Archive for August, 2009

31 Aug, 2009

Onward! The Interactive Evolution and SXSW 2010

Posted by: Stephanie Agresta In: Events| SXSW| social media

Whether you’re part of an innovative startup, tech-sector behemoth, content creator, or communications professional, there’s only one place you really want to be in March – SXSW.  This past spring, the conference had its strongest turnout yet, demonstrating the immense growth of the interactive world.   

The conference took place in the middle of some serious tech-sector [...]

28 Aug, 2009

Perfect Storm – Part 2

Posted by: gstockman In: thought leadership

Porter Novelli CEO Gary Stockman Joins President, Global Business Operations and CFO Anthony Viceroy to Reflect on the Pitfalls and Possibilities of Turbulent Times
From the global financial crisis to the meteoric rise of social media, the past eight months have been a season of unprecedented change. As there are some signs that the crisis may [...]

25 Aug, 2009

Perfect Storm – Part 1

Posted by: aviceroy In: thought leadership

Porter Novelli CEO Gary Stockman Joins President, Global Business Operations and CFO Anthony Viceroy to Reflect on the Pitfalls and Possibilities of Turbulent Times
From the global financial crisis to the meteoric rise of social media, the past eight months have been a season of unprecedented change. As there are some signs that the crisis may [...]

07 Aug, 2009

Moving on

Posted by: Marian Salzman In: Porter Novelli| change

Change is never easy. I’m feeling that profoundly today, as I’ve announced I’ll be moving on from my post at Porter Novelli to a new position with another agency.
Ours is an industry that is constantly changing, and people are always moving from challenge to challenge and from team to team in search of opportunities [...]

03 Aug, 2009

What’s hotter than New York? The news.

Posted by: Marian Salzman In: media| news coverage| pop culture

And the blurring of news and pop culture rages on. … What’s been a hotter global news story lately than Michael Jackson, the pop star of all pop stars? Our culture has even turned our journalists into pop personalities, speculating on their dating habits, their political leanings, questioning their fashion choices, even flagrantly invading their [...]

03 Aug, 2009

Can “less” be the new normal?

Posted by: Marian Salzman In: consumerism| modern life| recession

In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore laid out his prediction of a curve of progress for the tech industry that has become known as Moore’s Law: Simply put, that computers would double in power every two years. What a coincidence that the rest of life has not only followed that curve but raced ahead according [...]


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