A weekly wrap-up of stuff that happened this week, presented weekly. On a regular basis.
Tyson Foods’ Ed Nicholson worked on his presentation for the BlogWell conference in New York. Before his presentation next week, he talked social media and hunger relief with SmartBlog.
Doug Krile had advice for start-ups. Why spend all that cash on software, when there’s much available free on the Web?
Blogfight! ArkansasSports360.com’s Philip Seaton strikes back at Jeffrey Slatton, a sports writer for “a local newspaper,” over The Alotian.
Speaking of golf, Arnold Palmer was in town. Jim Harris shot video.
The Arkansas Project published the mother of all top 10 lists, which many are still talking about and the consequences of which might not be fully understood for decades.
Zack Stovall considered Gawker, Perez Hilton and Politico 44 and wonders whether this has all just gone too far.
We drove to Monticello, made a speech and took in the sights in southeast Arkansas. Also: More radio, this time with Neal Gladner in Hot Springs.
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