Harold Burson, the living PR legend, just started a blog. He is — perhaps more than any other individual — someone all PR professionals and business leaders should strive to emulate.
I first met Harold after I was accepted into his "Harold Burson Summer Internship," while an undergraduate at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School over a decade ago.… Read the rest
I love my Treo 650, and I’ve become dependent on it (or addicted, really) for work. I was really counting on using it as I reported to jury duty today in Brooklyn (Kings County Supreme Court), but I ran into a problem at security…NO CAMERA CELLPHONES ALLOWED IN THE COURTROOM.… Read the rest
For most Americans, the Super Bowl connotes parties, sports fans, sports betting, beer, pizza, halftime shows and those highly anticipated and entertaining tv commercials. (I guess you could also toss in Nipplegate and conservative overreaction to decency standards).… Read the rest