A high school intern at a small newspaper, I was once assigned the task of asking “people on the street” about New Coke. (We all have to start somewhere in journalism. That’s where I started.) One guy said he preferred Pepsi. Grading on a low curve, this counted as our most interesting answer. But then he called us later, begging to pull his answer because he feared offending Coke drinkers. Social Media has brought out

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I’m old now. The folks at AARP thoughtfully reminded me with a personalized membership card as a 50th birthday present. So as old people sometimes do, I want to dispense a little free advice – communications advice, in this case – to all the young folks out there. Add two important words to your daily vocabulary -- Sir and Ma’am – to replace the nouns of address that too many people use when talking with

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  The best part of my job is helping clients share good news, and that was certainly the case this week as two major announcements were made regarding the Downtown Crossing portion of the Ohio River Bridges Project. Gov. Steve Beshear stood on the deck of the new bridge to announce it’s opening early and the public will have a chance to cross the new bridge before the first vehicles drive the span. From left,

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This weekend, we helped birth a business right in our very own living room. A good friend of ours, Zac Caldwell, wants to share his quirky and amazing jams and jellies with all of you. So he’s launching a Louisville-based food products business, Caldwell’s Quirky Cookery, and using the power of the Internet to raise capital. A couple of dozen people munched on Jalapeno Peach Jam and Triple Berry Bourbon Jelly as Zac made the

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