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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Dear Anna Is Talking About New Media in Every Form of Old Media

Posted By on Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 3:40 PM


Each week on this blog, Anna Pulley writes Dear Anna, a digital-age etiquette column that burns through the internet like the internet's an envelope and the column's a hot coal of awesome. Pulley also blogs and Tweets for the good-hearted muckrakers over at Mother Jones, pens a relationship column for After Ellen, and she even turns up in SF Weekly's print edition -- just not often enough.

And now she is bestriding all media like a colossus, which is a thing notable for its ability to bestride.

This Sunday morning, she'll bring her wit and expertise to KRON 4 News Weekend. There we hope she might get the chance to tell whoever runs the KRON 4 Twitter feed that with just 140 characters available there's never any need to type out all of "methamphetamine":


And just this morning she turned up on KFOG's Morning Show, where she dished about whether or not its acceptable to check Facebook at dinner and why you shouldn't Tweet your junk. On air and online, she's a natural -- even at 8 a.m.!

Click here to listen.

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