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Our Internet and email went down last week, which was a sharp reminder of how much we rely on computers in our daily business lives.
For me it was also a reminder of how we worked in my early days of PR when I started in the business.
Imagine, if you can, a world without computers, of manual typewriters, no mobile phones, carbon paper to secure a copy of what you typed and there were no printers or fax machines.
Media releases were typed and photocopied and either delivered to the daily media by courier or posted to the trade media, or you More >
I was talking to a great friend last week. Paul Griffiths is a great guy. He was ABC TV television journalist on the old This Day Tonight and since then in his later occupation I have described him as ‘the master’ when it comes to speech and media training.
When I spoke to Paul, he had been to a funeral that morning and was going to another the next day. We both made the observation that it was depressing to go to funerals and reminded those who attended of their own mortality.
Probably to cheer Paul up, as much as anything, I mentioned More >
So it was quite ironic that 30 minutes later, back at my desk, I was reading these exact words in Craig Pearce’s Public relations 2011: issues, insights and ideas report: “Public relations strategy More >
DRPR’s latest quarterly e-newletter, Drumbeat is packed with PR insights, tips and news from the industry and the DRPR team.
Click on the image below to read the articles in full. Happy reading!