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September 03, 2006


Kami Huyse

Eric; As you say here, accreditation is only a piece of the puzzle, but it is a piece and does have value, which is why I started this thread in the first place. It seems to me that some don't find it valauble (which is fine) and then they feel that those who took the time to get it, were "not busy enough with real work," as one commenter put it.

Lauren Vargas

Perhaps you are generalizing the APR creativity level. The APR process has not stifled me a bit. Rather, it has honed my organization skills and getting back to basic fundamentals present in both traditional and new media. APR has failed a public relations test of its own.


Now that I'm a Nobody who doesn't blog, do I have to turn in my IAN accreditation?

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