Episode 32 of PRobecast,Topaz Partners’ weekly PR podcast is up:
Rob Capra , Adam Zand and I discuss:
- A recap of the latest Social Media Cub event in Boston, with Forrester‘s Josh Bernoff, Dan “Fake Steve Jobs” Lyons of Forbes, and Steve Restivo of Wal-Mart
- Paper press kits: dead or alive? Discuss. Hat tip to Paul Gillin and David Strom of Tech PR War Stories.
- New VC Report puts Boston ahead of Silicon Valley in Web 2.0 investments. So there.
- Dan Rather sues CBS. That takes courage.
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