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A Virtual PR Update

Virtual PR Murder Mystery LogoActually, this is a real update – on a virtual topic.

I thought I’d run down the list of those nice comments and friendly shout-outs from my fellow blogospheroids regarding the infamous Virtual PR Murder Mystery (listen now). I spent a lot of time on that and I appreciate the comments and witty banter that has developed because of it. Also, the link love. Also the attention.

I get lonely.

This is also to find out if I’ve missed any and, maybe, to shame some people who said they’d write about it (or should have written about it), but didn’t – into doing so. Did I mention that thing freakin’ took me for ever?!

I also have word that my evangelists are out there – even now – spreading the viral virtual on my behalf. So very kind.

virtualpr.jpgAlso, Master Penn emailed me a snap of the stats today. I was shocked to see it, but – there, plain as day, without question, was, that’s right: a pie chart. I was stunned! Oh, wait, there are numbers, too. Seriously, “total number 250, unique IP 185.” And while I have no idea what that means, my guess it is that more people than the following have listened to my unique tale. I’m flattered. Also, I got an email today from a PRSA associate, not just a member, someone who actually works for PRSA saying “p.s. The ‘murder mystery’ — very cool!

So, in no particular order, I want to acknowledge that:

Many thanks to all who have enjoyed it, blogged it, sent me an email, called, podcasted it , or IMed me about it. I