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Sherryl Perry: I think that Klout could measure our influence on social media networks. Congratulations to your Klout score of 59. I have 55 at this moment. I recommend you to watch Robert Scoble's interview with Joe Fernandez, CEO / co-founder of Klout. http://scobleizer.com/2011/06/02/exclusive-ceo-first-look-klouts-k-influence-vouching/"
Heather: Thanks for your input. I think it is an interesting experiment. The question is if the big coffee chain sponsored this campaign in any way? @JoeManna tweeted: @Lyceum Starbucks pulled it. https://twitter.com/#!/JoeManna/status/103136266098446336 @talkaboutdesign tweeeted: @bizsugar @lyceum Pay It Forward Card is here. Share a cup of coffee with a friend today! tinyurl.com/3ka6cag http://twitter.com/talkaboutdesign/status/103191487239553024"
Duncan: Yes, the looters are also the using social media, but they are then leaving "digital footprints" that the police could trace along. I don't know if this is the first time the police in London is using social media as a tool in their work. Maybe the author of the post, Paul Williams, has more information about the history?"
Heather: I agree with your statement that reputation management should be pretty important to the players in the hospitality industry. The thing is that you as a restaurant customer and hotel guest could now spread the good word in an easy way, reaching plenty of potential customers."
Kathy Ver Eecke: Great tips on how to get news coverage. I recently signed up for an account at MyPRGenie for my online venture TeaParty.nu. If you are interested in the future of PR, I recommend you to read Stefan Engeseth's book, The Fall of PR & the Rise of Advertising. You could download a PDF version of the book for free."