The silence on the blog has been unintentionally long. I had planned to post this week while at a conference/workshop this week, but it just didn't happen. Today's an abbreviated day for me so I am focusing on correspondence not done while on the plane home. Blogging will resume over the weekend (likely) and return in force next week.
- Posting one of two documents mentioned in the "What is Propaganda?", a post that itself generated quite a conversation. Dennis Murphy took some of the steam out of the document posting when he quoted it, so I waited for the second document to surface but so far it hasn't.
- A more detailed review of "An Ever-Expanding War: Legal Aspects of Online Strategic Communication" that received only a cursory mention here.
- I'll also comment on articles by Craig, Steve, and others
- I will be in DC Nov 9-13 for two conferences and to teach. I will promote the evening course I'm teaching, Understanding and Engaging Now Media, again next week. An updated course outline is here. If you haven't registered but are interested, let me know. There is space but next week I will start sending out material to read and watch to prep for the course. Do contact me if you have any challenges or questions on registration. On that Monday and Tuesday, I'll be at iDiplomacy and on Thursday at Homeland Security's Wicked Problems: Developing a Research Agenda for Homeland Security as a Risk Communication panelist.