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Our Thanksgiving Challenge to You

Go cold turkey. Huh? Yes, you heard us right. Go cold turkey. Food metaphor aside, we want you to power down. Just for a bit. But before you do that, hop over and support a great effort called Tweetsgiving. What the heck is Tweetsgiving you ask? Glad you asked. Tweetsgiving is none other than a […]

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The Army flexes social media muscle at BlogWorld

Face-to-face interactions with Soldier bloggers helped the Army show attendees at the 2010 BlogWorld & New Media Expo the strength of its signature blog and story-sharing community.

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We Will Miss Seattle’s Summer Storyteller

With the passing of Seattle Mariners hall of fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus, we lost the legendary voice who gave us hope and optimism each baseball season. From the first pitch in spring training to the final out of the year, Niehaus was behind the mic for 34 years and broadcast 5,284 of the 5,385 games […]

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Pitching the Puget Sound Business Journal? Know What’s News and Use a Common Sense Approach

I recently met with some of the editors and reporters at the Puget Sound Business Journal, a Pulitzer Prize finalist last year for reporting, to learn more about its commitment to quality journalism and to get tips on how best to approach its newsroom when we have a local business story that we think has […]

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Telling Army Strong Stories

The Army is using sites like ArmyStrongStories.com to reach potential recruits and influential people in their lives.

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