eWorld Keynote delivered to 400 by remote Internet feed a hit with the audience

eWorld-Side by Side Shot

One thing is for certain, the dynamics of conferences have been unalterably changed with the advent of the Internet and more specifically the emergence of social media tools that enable you to connect anywhere in the world, at any time and in a manner that is both engaging and effective. Nowhere was this capability better … Continue reading

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Find the life, flow, peace, and joy that were meant for us . . . and in the process win cash, a laptop and an iPad 2!

Okay, follow me here . . . you are laying on the couch talking with the famed psychiatrist Sigmund Freud. It is your very first session and you have touched on everything from your Oedipus Complex and your dreams of dressing up like a chicken and clucking around at the office party. As the clock … Continue reading

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A subtle, perhaps unintended parting shot at departed star Charlie Sheen?

Besides such classics as In The Thick of It (see the previous post from today), Arrested Development, Fawlty Towers and Greg The Bunny, I count amongst my favourite comedies Two And A Half Men.  I know some of you may point to other series such as for example MASH, which while technically a comedy tackled serious social … Continue reading

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Bullying is not just a schoolyard problem . . .


According to the 5 time bestselling author, who’s latest book “Your Kids Are Your Own Fault” Larry Winget, little schoolyard bullies often grow up to be be big, workplace bullies. While Larry, who was a member of our guest panel (which also included criminal profiler Pat Brown and think Like A Black Belt’s Jim Bouchard), … Continue reading

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Is it worthwhile to tune into a show where the guest has to send the host a list of questions to ask?


I read the following in a message from a marketing firm and I was floored . . . okay flabbergasted; 3. Question Time: As a standard rule in talk radio, you always want to provide hosts with sample questions to ask you – as the host won’t always have the time or discipline to study … Continue reading

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Hunting The Hunter: Criminal Profiler Pat Brown To Build A Profile of Gatineau Predator

The Friday October 7th segment of BTW! is a Special titled “Profiling the Abductor . . . Is It Just A Matter of Time Before a Gatineau Woman Falls Prey to a Predator?” While Gatineau police are taking major steps to apprehend a man described as being in his forties, measuring 6 feet and weighing … Continue reading

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PI Window on Blog Talk Radio – New 2011 Fall Schedule


The New 2011 Fall Schedule for the PI Window on Blog Talk Radio has been finalized, and I would like to invite you to tune into a great line-up of regularly scheduled shows including our new Buckingham This Week! and Off The Cuff: An Intimate Conversation With . . . segments. Throughout the year we … Continue reading

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Off The Cuff: An Intimate Conversation with . . .

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Off The Cuff is just another innovative format from the PI Social Media Network where we eschew the traditional or classic interview style and instead seek to simply connect with our special guests in much the same way that friends do over a cup of coffee at the local cafe. It is an intimate setting … Continue reading

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Is it just me or is there something off with the Rodemeyer family?

They are calm . . . maybe a little too calm was one of the first thoughts that came to mind as I watched the always adept Anderson Cooper interview Jamey Rodemeyer’s family last evening on CNN. There seemed to be a orchestrated response to Cooper’s questions that lacked the expected and understandable emotions of a … Continue reading

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When quality content meets social media . . .


“The medium is the message“ Marshall McLuhan, Canadian educator, philosopher and scholar If one were to take McLuhan’s axiom at face value, then one would reasonably assume that the method of delivering or disseminating content would take precedence over the quality of the information that is being shared. Certainly television, or as our parents often lamented, the idiot … Continue reading

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