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POSTED: Thursday, December 30, 2010, 10:47 AM

Courtesy of Muckrack, one-stop shopping for reading some of the finer year-in-review pieces, from favorite photos to deepest Tweets.

Or, the best of the best of the best.

Daniel Rubin @ 10:47 AM  Permalink | 0
POSTED: Monday, December 20, 2010, 5:33 PM

I thought I was the only fish that Keith Fenimore was going to hook, but apparently there are many more in the media sea who are suckers for a little social-media experiment.

Since I wrote earlier this month about the New Hope native's quest to become the country's most recognizable person, Fenimore's had remarkable success getting face time in the old media. 

Fenimore, a 39-year-old senior producer for Howard Stern TV, pitched his hometown paper for the launch of his human guinea pigging. My column ran Dec. 9th and in it Fenimore confessed how he was a Twitter and Facebook virgin. He allowed how he was trying to go from no one to known everywhere on the strength of my newspaper article, which he'd splash all over the Webisphere using tricks and contacts from his days in pr and marketing as well as his new pals on social networks. 

Daniel Rubin @ 5:33 PM  Permalink | 0
POSTED: Wednesday, December 1, 2010, 7:11 AM

Very revealing, is all I can say.

Daniel Rubin @ 7:11 AM  Permalink | 0
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