This morning I had the opportunity to speak at WSU Comm week on a panel with Suzanne Tobias from the Wichita Eagle and Shawn Hilferty from KWCH. We spoke about how we use social media in our day-to-day work environment. Being the verbose guy I am, I went on the longest (sorry fellow panelists). But I think the panel was well-received. (I haven’t seen an tweets or blog posts to convince me otherwise.)
On Wednesday, I’m participating in another quasi-panel for PRSA students, also about social media. Then, on Friday, my colleague Jen and I are presenting to the Anabaptist Communicators National Conference about – you guessed it – goat cheese. No, just kidding. It’s about social media.
Wichita’s a small town, so I’m hoping that I can keep this speaking gig going for as long as possible, before people start (if they aren’t already) getting weary of me.
If you’re a PRSA member, Anabaptist communicator or a talented sneak, stop by one of the presentations this week. I’d love to have you.
David Kamerer snapped this photo of me with my friend Andy. Bobby Rozzell suggested I host a caption-creation contest. Well, consider the contest open. The prize is TBD, but will definitely be worth the effort.