Cutting corners on your podcast reflects poorly on you
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Cutting corners on your podcast reflects poorly on you

Compelling content isn’t enough to attract, retain and engage an audience. Your content only works if supported by an engaging delivery.

Posted in: Podcasting, Social Media
Thanksgiving 2014
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Thanksgiving 2014

Our daughers are preparing Thanksgiving Dinner; a perfect time to consider the many reasons to be thankful.

Posted in: Rambles
Digital public affairs podcast: Minister Michelle Rempel
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Digital public affairs podcast: Minister Michelle Rempel

Minister Michelle Rempel on the thornier side of online, being real, and social media as a source of important information and breaking news.

Troll
By October 3, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Troll

In Troll, poet Shayne Koyczan says it perfectly. Again.

Posted in: News and Notes
TOUCH and the critic: a healthcare and community case study
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TOUCH and the critic: a healthcare and community case study

A great example of how applying TOUCH can shine a positive light on a difficult matter, and can help set a better way forward.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Sean Casey
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Digital public affairs podcast: MP Sean Casey

Excerpts from a conversation with Liberal MP Sean Casey, a guarded lawyer turned digitally-engaged MP.

TOUCH, taking the time and ‘digital eye contact’
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TOUCH, taking the time and ‘digital eye contact’

The Toronto Blue Jays guest experience staff know how to make digital eye contact.

Digital public affairs podcast: MP Ted Hsu
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Digital public affairs podcast: MP Ted Hsu

Excerpts from a conversation with Liberal MP Ted Hsu on considerations for digital in an MP’s communications ecosystem.

Conference Saturdays: break the patterns of hate and dogma
By September 13, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Conference Saturdays: break the patterns of hate and dogma

If you do nothing else for yourself or the world today, at least watch this 10 minute TEDTalk given by Zak Ebrahim. Break the patterns of hate and dogma.

TOUCH makes the “Fall’s Biggest Books” list
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TOUCH makes the “Fall’s Biggest Books” list

TOUCH: Five Factors to Growing and Leading a Human Organization, made it to Apple’s Fall’s Biggest Books list in the non-fiction category.

Posted in: TOUCH
Digital Makeover: Megan Leslie
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Digital Makeover: Megan Leslie

The fall season of digital makeovers returns and reveals the importance of the right amount of information presented with the user in mind.

The future of online business may be social
By September 7, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

The future of online business may be social

eBay, Airbnb and Uber build marketplaces based on the quality of the individual as much as the quality of the experience.