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February 2nd, 2016

Voce Presents: What Do You Love?

The month of February contains Valentine’s Day. This means that for the next month, peaking around February 14, there will be all sorts of proclamations of love, people waxing poetic about the nature of love, and probably at least a few elaborate marriage proposals well-staged for cameras and social media platforms. via GIPHY That’s all […]

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January 27th, 2016

My 2016 Resolutions: Christopher Barger

January always brings the promise of new beginnings, the righting of wrongs, and the sense that it’s a good time to reinvent oneself in at least some fashion. For myself, I have a list of both personal and professional resolutions. Here are the most important things I want to do in 2016. Get less cynical […]

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January 26th, 2016

My 2016 Resolutions: Heather Brinckerhoff

It’s a new year and even if you don’t believe in resolutions, or think you can’t stick to them (I see you January gym rats) – it’s always a good idea to set goals for yourself, personally and professionally. When I sit down to write my goals, I take a look at my pain points […]

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January 22nd, 2016

My 2016 Resolutions: Beca Mueller

Resolution #1 – I’ve conquered the APR world (a la: The One with Ross’s Thing – “PETE: And I feel like I’ve conquered the business world, and I feel like I’ve conquered the intellectual world, and now I-I have the most beautiful woman in the world.”) so now I want to conquer the CPRC world. […]

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January 15th, 2016

My 2016 Resolutions: Chris Thilk

I’m not usually the type to make resolutions. After all, as Bono said, nothing changes on New Year’s Day. But I also do enjoy a fresh set of downs and so set out to make 2016 a year I did a few things differently. So here, in no particular order, are a few things I’m […]

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October 20th, 2015

My Morning Notifications: Randy Ksar

I have to admit that reading to me when I was a kid was not my ideal time of just sitting back and relaxing or even learning. It wasn’t until I was about 15 when I read Jurassic Park that I realized the art of storytelling and imagination. I literally read that book within a few […]

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October 16th, 2015

What I’m Not Reading…Because “Robots” Read It To Me

I consume a lot of media. Maybe too much.  My girlfriend has complained more than once that I need to get better at “shutting down”. That aspect of my life is still a “ work in progress.” For the last 10 years of my life I’ve been consuming lots of media rapidly, one of my […]

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October 14th, 2015

What I’m Reading: Mary Gaulke

As part of Voce’s content team, I follow many sites and authors focused on the discipline of content strategy. Here are some of my favorite things I’m reading/have read lately: As Voce/PN’s primary resident Wikipedian, I enjoy William Beutler’s weekly “Wikipedia in 60 Seconds” emails, which review the basics of how Wikipedia works. When it […]

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October 13th, 2015

How To Skim, And What I’m Skimming: Christopher Barger

Like most of my fellow digital media practitioners, I have a lot of reading every week. Reading is as big a part of life for a digital consultant as understanding community management best practices or understanding audience need states and how to relevant to your target communities. The digital space changes fast — faster than […]

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October 12th, 2015

What I’m Reading: Chris Thilk

I do a lot of reading. As one of the people, along with Christopher Barger, responsible for assembling the PNConnect Weekly Reading newsletter and blog post I need to be monitoring a lot of different news sources on a regular basis. To do this most efficiently I use Digg Reader (yes, I’m one of the […]

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