PRNewser (Almost) Gets Interviewed By CNET

Well we did get interviewed by CNET’s Natali Del Conte last night, but it didn’t make into her final cut.

However, if you scroll to about 2:30 in the video, you will see me chatting away in the background (on the left) as she speaks with Baratunde Thurston, Web Editor of the Onion.

As I mentioned in another post today, Charlene and Josh are making the rounds to promote their excellent new book: Groundswell: Winning In a World Transformed By Social Technologies.

In conjunction with the book launch (which officially hits May 1st) they’ve launched a powerful free tool, The Social Technographics Profile, which allows you to profile your customer base, and then develop a social technology strategy.

We spoke with Karyl Levinson, VP of Corporate Communications for Forrester, who did her job by saying the book will be a “must have” for PR and marketing pros. We hope to have a full interview with Karyl up soon.

Others among the crowd that we chatted with: Douglas Pollei of Ikano, SocialMediaToday CEO and Co-Founder Robin Fray Carey, Edward Sander of SAP, Catharine Taylor of Adverganza.com, Marketstudio.com’s David Berkowitz, and Max Kalehoff of Clickable.

Suprisingly, given the room full of bloggers, we’ve seen few posts, and more importantly, no pics as of yet.

UPDATE: Pics have been uploaded here.