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Jeff Jarvis

What Would Google Do, the powerpoint

Feb 24, 2009

Jeff Jarvis has posted a handy powerpoint summary of his book so you don’t have to buy it. (The book is excellent, however, so you should buy it.) WWGD? – The PowerPoint View more presentations from jeffjarvis. (tags: buzzmachine business)

Can you trust the Davos crowd?

Feb 7, 2009

A study by Edelman PR showed that trust is hitting an all time in many institutions. This video includes quick discussions with: Jeff Jarvis – who thinks that the Davos crowd really does not appreciate how much trust in them has slipped. Richard Edelman of Edelman PR – describes the details of the report. Lionel

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Feb 4, 2009

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One great pleasure of Davos and DLD this year was hanging out with uber-blogger Jeff Jarvis. He has a great sense of humor, outlook and fantastic new book that I read on the flight back to Hong Kong: What Would Google Do? In his book, Jeff does an intellectual road test of what a variety

Jeff Jarvis

Jan 27, 2009

Jeff Jarvis

When not updating his buzzmachine blog or writing a media column for The Guardian newspaper, Jeff Jarvis is a professor and director of the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism. In the course of these activities he has lately been thinking a lot about What Would Google Do – so much so

Jeff Jarvis: What would Google Do?

Jan 25, 2009

In this video, leading new media thinker Jeff Jarvis speaks about some of the key themes in his book, What Would Google Do, which will be launched this Tuesday. Jarvis says that all companies need to start thinking more about what Google would do to their industry, and this includes industries as “old-line” as car

Davos Panel Prep: “What was Privacy”

Jan 22, 2009

Davos Panel Prep: “What was Privacy”

Next week I return to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. In 2004 when I wrote about Bloggers breaching the gates of Davos, I took this photo of Loic Le Meur, Yat Siu and Joi Ito, now all good friends. A great turnout of world leaders is expected at this year’s

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