Monthly Archives: March 2012

Communications History, Part 2

This Monday, over Twitter, I received an unexpected bit of feedback to last week’s post on Communications History from the Henry Ford Museum‘s Suzanne Fischer: In writing the post, doing some pre-writing for a field statement I’m working on for school. I wanted … Continue reading

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Why I Do Communications History

“Markets are conversations.“ When the writers of the Cluetrain Manifesto wrote this over a decade ago, they were looking for something revolutionary. They were trying to express the impact of the astounding new power of electronic media on communications– the … Continue reading

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