Some of my favorite finds and reads from the last few weeks:
Free guide: Digiactive is offering a primer on Facebook Activism. Great introduction.
NASCAR blindness: Toad uncovers our Myspace / NASCAR / McCain / Desperate Housewives snobbery and reminds us to check it at the agency door.
One man's Zin moment: Woodruff studies his own "spare time" advocacy of a favorite brand
Principles for participation: Herd shares 5 easy guidelines for employees participating in social media
No job if you don't blog: One more great find at Herd - John Robinson, the editor of a regional paper in North Carolina, the Greensboro News-Record, talks about the questions he asks job candidates and just what those answers tell him...
How to be interesting: Davies shares 10 ways to master the skill of being interesting. Good stuff (that I don't have the self-discipline to do).
Awkward agencies: Steve Hall takes on the Carat hype. Shares his own shocking layoff story. (Mine: laid off in a coffee shop owned by my friends the morning after having the person who laid me off over to my house for dinner. Ouch.)
OMG we're lazy: (Left) From Joe Niedecken's blog: the word problem you never wanted to see ...