Now PSFK sometimes likes to get on its high horse and say a few critical things about what some brands are up to (see the Mastercard article) but when we do we always drop the PR contacts listed on their website to ask for a reaction in the comments section of the article. We think it's only fair. How many times has a PR department or agency reacted to our blog? None - and we wish they would. We love debate (Ok, there was that time CNET threatened to use us over a copyright issue and we got a bit scared, but hey). The fact is that the PR industry doesn't get blogs. And by the looks of it they don't care.

Now PSFK sometimes likes to get on its high horse and say a few critical things about what some brands are up to (see the Mastercard article) but when we do we always drop the PR contacts listed on their website to ask for a reaction in the comments section of the article. We think it's only fair. How many times has a PR department or agency reacted to our blog? None – and we wish they would. We love debate (Ok, there was that time CNET threatened to use us over a copyright issue and we got a bit scared, but hey).

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