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Bob Pickard
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Psychological research and global warming: bit.ly/1JCSCUe | Such studies should inform climate communication pic.twitter.com/cAg8oj1CH6
More than half of journalists say they could not work without social media: bit.ly/1LMfrFw | News flash pic.twitter.com/n0Yi0PXMEl
The rise of the title-less leader: prn.to/1LVlILZ | A refreshing trend in an era with runaway title inflation pic.twitter.com/weKdqYbpoh
"The problem with not apologizing...is that you deprive yourself of being forgiven" nyti.ms/1LD2HzY pic.twitter.com/Lmgz9CBuRl
"Freedom of the press is not an end in itself but a means to the end of achieving a free society" — F. Frankfurter pic.twitter.com/mAzBpFYKxR
A clear explanation by @SylviaStead on why the media sometimes needs to use anonymous sources: bit.ly/1BOg8KS pic.twitter.com/j99mkMDhqZ
See this all-emoji PR press release from @chevrolet | Emojis a new 'Esperanto of ideograms' bit.ly/1dnnUQy pic.twitter.com/bfdzuXLQQo
I see that my home country has a colourful new 150th anniversary logo: bit.ly/1GwGrCg pic.twitter.com/CqVG9gVBx2
A new @pewresearch study reveals the international image rivalry between China and the USA: pewrsr.ch/1Ke23rL pic.twitter.com/E6Ti7NM3r3
RT @MarketingEds Here are some mindless Cannes tweets made by agencies: bit.ly/1GuQ7Nx | Plus pretentious pic.twitter.com/mR8zNMS7aJ
New PR app claims to be like Tinder, but for media pitching: adweek.it/1HeCPdQ | via @PRNewser @hunterschwarz pic.twitter.com/4aPZBdAn8P
A review of the book ‘Trust Me, PR is Dead’ on.ft.com/1Rz2SvJ | by @FT's @henrymance pic.twitter.com/B1IQnZG1aS
A PR firm alters the Wikipedia pages of its star clients: nyti.ms/1BIyLAr | Way too much whitewashing online pic.twitter.com/xrp9P7Mj8S
Canada wishes a Happy Father’s Day to all dads! pic.twitter.com/e5fhk0pgF4
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Pope Francis calls for action on global warming: nyti.ms/1L24zBY | The world's #1 climate change communicator pic.twitter.com/nAUI9SLPlR
How data can be truthful and deceptive: bit.ly/1fiSk85 | Infographics can inform and mislead | @JonathanRose pic.twitter.com/TXcuHJtzvq
The persuasiveness of a sticky note: bit.ly/1Sq5Kxm | Personal textured handwritten communication has impact pic.twitter.com/H6KH5j3OGH
.@HarshaXXI This morning's front page in Singapore is alas an apt appraisal and warning about American power in Asia pic.twitter.com/b4rXGRKr1D
How people ‘personify’ corporations the way they think and talk about them: nyti.ms/1GIIfxh | Impact on comms? pic.twitter.com/awRKyE2ivB
"Communication is the real work of leadership” — Nitin Nohria pic.twitter.com/jL9jwmdXnR
'Emojineering' the psychology of emojis for persuasion communication: bit.ly/1dyPTx2 | via @courtneyseiter pic.twitter.com/juQQfFvZz6
Are PR stars born or made? asks @dorocren: bit.ly/1Qr0fAJ | Also: "ability to deal with chaotic change" pic.twitter.com/NO3D7GOvSV




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