- All wrapped up: This piece on ghostwriting is from the viewpoint of the hiring author, not the ghost--but there are good tips here if you are ghosting for someone.
- I like your scarf: Here's what changes now that Microsoft owns LinkedIn. Maybe we can convince them to stop these new "conversation starters," which load up your message box with notifications about people with whom you haven't interacted lately.
- Let's switch scarves: If you pitch the New York Times or the Huffington Post, meet Lydia Polgreen, who has left the former to lead the latter.
- A kale scarf around water carpaccio: Waste some time with this Brooklyn Bar Menu generator. Addictive and wonderful. Hat tip to Emily Culbertson.
- Stay inside: A longtime PR pro responds to journalist Ivan Oransky's proposal to scrap embargoes with this "be careful what you wish for" post. We'll have an interview with Oransky next week on the blog.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog asked Does fixing panels mean getting rid of moderators? On this blog, I looked at the hypothetical media question and how to answer it.
- It's a wrap: Buy my ebook, The Eloquent Woman's Guide to Moderating Panels; tell your colleagues to put this blog in their feeds; sign up for my free monthly newsletter, or let me know how we can work together in 2017 with an email to eloquentwoman at gmail.com.
Friday, December 09, 2016
@dontgetcaught on Twitter and don't get caught on Facebook, and curated here for you. Scarf 'em down: