- Blackboard jungle: Off the Cuff, But on the Record is the New York Times public editor's summary of a complaint from an author who talked to a reporter at a conference and found herself quoted in the newspaper. It's worth sharing with your experts with a reminder that they are always "on" when reporters are around, no matter how casual the setting.
- Cleaning up: Here's a roundup of four ways to use geolocation to boost revenue.
- Classroom drill: Duck and cover: GoPro's new drone is foldable.
- Don't erase that: You, being a comms pro, already know that companies fare worse when the press exposes their problems before they do. But you might need to share this article with your higher-ups.
- Put that up on the board: The New York Police Department issued its first virtual wanted poster.
- Clap the erasers: The New York Times is reinstating its managing editor role.
- Clean slate: Here's a useful tutorial on understanding all your Facebook Page admin tools.
- Eraserhead live? Facebook will be bringing the ability to post live video to the desktop version of the site, with a "live video" option in your status update bar.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog looked at a new moderation tool from Google Docs, useful for both speakers and moderators. On this blog, I explained why I read the Bangor, Maine, police department's Facebook page. It's
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Friday, September 23, 2016
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