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December 16, 2009

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Lauren -
This really is impressive. Wish I had seen it earlier. I've a few friends in academia who i think would have jumped on this.

Hugh,

There are still more sessions available in the Spring Semester. Session Two deadline is 22 January.

Great article, welldone. I found a really interesting webcast, exploring much of ths issues you touched upon. Take a look, I think you will find it useful http://prperspectives.tumblr.com/post/398433612/exploring-social-media-in-pr

I am glad it was appropriately punished. I don't work in a big agency, i am an independent, so I don't have any insight into how agencies bill, but I know how I do it, and there is no padding there, so for others to muddy that up is pretty irritating indee

i agree that graduate students should apply for use of the Radian6 platform for four weeks at no cost.

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