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Chris Abraham
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Social media marketing and digital PR strategist
Social media marketing and digital PR strategist

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Right after I got home from getting TEE and Cardioversion at the hospital and my pulse and heart returned to sinus rhythm, I got on a call with my friend B and started to sing my version of Roar by Katy Perry because I was feeling strong again. It turned out to be an abomination and is something awful somewhere between Katy Perry's Roar and Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor. It's an empowerment anthem!

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Here's a recent podcast I was on: "Chris abraham of Gerris Digital on Digital Marketing, Earned Media, and Channeling Nina Martin"

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Chris Abraham and Frank Eliason join Shel Holtz for this week’s episode, commenting on the ongoing United Airlines crisis, continued interest in the new federated Mastodon social network, how PR would look without Twitter, Burger King’s subversive commercial that hacked Google Home and Wikipedia, and Burston-Marsteller’s ombudsman answer to fake news.

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Mastodon can still be a flash in the pan. It could be that exciting nightclub that’s all shtick and theme that nobody connects to and never returns to. Hopefully, after Mastodon goes through it’s eventual extinction event, there are some really great instances left for the rest of us.

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The move (Untitled)? It's quite compelling and has, until now, kept under my radar. What a unique film. But also shamelessly pretentious claptrap, while, at the same time, being completely self-aware and committed to the farce -- and yet, it's not satire. It honors pretense. "Sometimes something's so personal that you should keep it to yourself." Brilliant. Maybe. 
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So awesome!

Anyone here remember #Utterli neé #Utterz -- that was an awesome social network, social media platform. 

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Mastodon can still be a flash in the pan. It could be that exciting nightclub that’s all shtick and theme that nobody connects to and never returns to. Hopefully, after Mastodon goes through it’s eventual extinction event, there are some really great instances left for the rest of us. 

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Here's my mansplaining feminist treatise from September, 2005. Seriously. I believe it's even super-earnest. Please forgive me. I was a baby of 35.
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