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    December 31, 2008


    Saul Varon

    I hope you are wrong about recent graduates not getting better training in how to write. That is a problem that continues to plague our industry.

    David Reich

    Yes, Saul, poor writing is a big problem. See a post I did about it a year and a half ago...

    David Reich

    Nice to see Pace Group, a p.r. firm based in Vancouver, includes this post in their "PR Now" section of their website, along with links to pieces by Seth Godin, Jason Falls and David Meerman Scott. Glad to be in such company and glad Pace thought this was worth sharing. It's at

    Daniel Durazo

    Hey David,

    Great post, thanks for those insightful predictions.

    I thought you might be interested in checking out my top PR trends for 2009 at:

    Best Wishes,

    Daniel Durazo

    David Reich

    Thanks for tipping us off to your list, Dan.

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