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The Air Force’s Tug-of-Warfield

Wed, 18 Feb 2009 21:01:28 +0000

Two views of the Air Force: Air Force Makes Social Media a Priority Air Force Unplugs Bases’ Internet Connections Cognitive dissonance anyone? One would thing so, but no. This is just another example of the struggle many organizations face — the push and pull between the IT overlords and the PR gurus for ownership of […]

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In defense of military PAOsfield

Fri, 06 Feb 2009 16:34:55 +0000

Noah at Danger Room is smacking military PAOs around a little: Forget the drone stuff. Here is your eye-popping statistic of the day: “This year, the Pentagon will employ 27,000 people just for recruitment, advertising and public relations — almost as many as the total 30,000-person work force in the State Department.” That’s from an […]

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Snapshot: Internet passes newspapersfield

Tue, 27 Jan 2009 16:54:49 +0000

Hotel Tango: Pew and PR Newser

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Before I sign off for the weekend…field

Fri, 16 Jan 2009 22:27:11 +0000

… and enjoy the insanity that is about to descend on DC, I thought I’d share the top search term for people who got to my blog this week: “Women in flight suits” Who knew? Happy innauguation weekend, everyone.

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Gov 2.0: Why every government employee doesn’t need to blogfield

Thu, 15 Jan 2009 17:13:35 +0000

Apparently I offended the social media gods last night at Social Media Club DC when I made the audacious statement expressing my sincere hope that every Tom, Dick and Harry in the federal government didn’t start a blog to become more “Gov 2.0” Some in attendance expressed disagreement. Others called me elitist. For the record, […]

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D-Ring Live: Social Media Club DCfield

Wed, 14 Jan 2009 13:51:34 +0000

Are you in DC? Do you like gathering with other social media geeks? Does government new media interest you? Do you think Steve Field is just the cutest guy on the planet? Then come to Social Media Club tonight at the Partnership for Public Service building in downtown Washington! Mark Drapeau, Chris Dorobeck and I […]

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Bill Roggio is 100% correctfield

Tue, 13 Jan 2009 14:28:31 +0000

I seldom post other people’s blog posts verbatim, but Bill Roggio (who is one of the best out there) rebuts Joe the Plumbers comments suggesting that we should get rid of war correspondents so well. I couldn’t resist. This one is a must read (from the Weekly Standard blog): There has been no shortage of […]

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Somebody shoot mefield

Wed, 07 Jan 2009 10:45:00 +0000

Seriously??? TOLEDO, Ohio – Joe The Plumber is putting down his wrenches and picking up a reporter’s notebook. The Ohio man who became a household name during the presidential campaign says he is heading to Israel as a war correspondent for the conservative Web site Samuel J. Wurzelbacher says he’ll spend 10 days covering […]

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A big day for Tom Ricksfield

Mon, 05 Jan 2009 22:12:04 +0000

Not only is the (in)famous WaPo military correspondent a new fellow at CNAS, but Tom Ricks also now has his own blog called The Best Defense at the new Two big announcements on a Monday. Isn’t that a bit much Tom? Old-school PAOs have heard of the “Ricks Rule.” We’ll see if he creates […]

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