Writers Guild of America Needs to Change or Face Extinction

In yesterday’s NYTimes, there was an article on the upcoming ABC show ‘In the Motherhood‘ starring Cheryl Hines, Megan Mullally, and Jessica St. Clair.  The show began as a Web video series that drew in millions of viewers over the last two years. What made the show particularly unique, was that viewers sent in real-life… Continue reading

Help: I’m drowning in Social Media

I have had so many discussions lately with marketers and PR folks that are practically in a panic about how to engage in social media. Suddenly, their CEO or their clients are adamant that they need to be on YouTube, FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, blogging…. and a host of other activities. They want them… Continue reading

Recession Rockin? Entrepreneurs Come Knockin’!: Tips for job-challenged

It’s never a good time to start a business per se – there are always challenges and obstacles. Recessions certainly don’t seem like the best of environments but I think they can be greenfields of opportunities. I started my business (Affect Strategies) six months after 9-11, in New York. I remember when I told my… Continue reading

Girls in Tech NYC “Relaunch” Launch Party

I met the brilliant Amy Cham at a Webgrrls networking event last week. By day, she’s a Technology & Marketing Convergence Manager at Tree House Agency, the Drupal powerhouses behind big, blog-heavy websites like the new FastCompany.com. By night, Amy is the new Managing Director of the New York City chapter of Girls in Tech…. Continue reading

Is Twitter Making Me Stupid?

Okay, not stupid, but maybe lazy. We were talking in the office today about how the Twitter phenomenon has taken over our office, and apparently made us all quite lazy at the same time. Since we’ve learned to consolidate all of our wisdom into digestible chunks of 140-characters or less, we’ve found that we’ve become… Continue reading

Free Webinar with PC Magazine’s Executive Editor Jeremy Kaplan

PRSourceCode is presenting “Lunch with PC Magazine,” featuring Jeremy Kaplan, Executive Editor.  It’s a free 1-hour  webinar (audio/Web) on March 12, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. ET that I will be co-moderating. Jeremy is co-host of the Fastest Geek competition and serves as Editor of GoodCleanTech.com—a leading blog on Green technology. During the session, Jeremy will… Continue reading