- Okay, I lied: If you're going to do leftovers from Thanksgiving, Mark Bittman's creative list will awaken some new options for you. Baked eggs in stuffing? Mashed potato pierogis? You know what to do.
- The new media list is on Twitter. Here's the New York Times list of its 420 reporters, freelancers and other writers on Twitter.
- With a "B:" YouTube reports that it now gets 3.5 billion views of videos on the site every day. That's from 800 million unique viewers. Once again, it's a reminder that online video remains the strongest and most popular trend in social media.
- Preso prep: For your next presentation, Lee Potts, author of the great Breaking Murphy's Law blog about speaker mishaps offers these basic questions too often unasked by speakers, a post you won't regret reading.
- A serious read: This New York Times piece looks at the twin cultures of secrecy and image-polishing at Penn State University under now-former president Spanier, and how it contributed to the child sex abuse scandal and other issues there. I recommend communicators read this and consider their own CEO's approach. Will it help your company or organization wind up in the same place?
- Top job: Susan G. Komen for the Cure is seeking a senior vice president for communications and external affairs.
- Updated discount: MOO.com has a 30 percent off sale on business cards, greeting cards, stickers and more from today through November 28; call it business Black Friday. Use this code.
Friday, November 25, 2011
@dontgetcaught--and serve them up for you to read over the weekend. "Making you look smart on Mondays" ought to be the motto. Despite the holiday, this week had plenty of prized items to share, and here they are:
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