The CANEDY CLAN gets people into U.S. MEDIA by PR

April 21, 2010


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A great starting point is to find out which package best fits people’s needs. If it is wanted to demand a powerful message,

   Nikki Canedy-Kosmoski  


   – Pennsylvania –

will identify a potential customer’s target market, and work – jointly – to determine the right strategy. A custom-built package will be tailored to help reach the pertinent goals and maintain success… Read more on YOUR TICKET TO THE MEDIA   


One of Nikki’s most recent projects is the promotion of


SKIN A DOG book (see Haplifnet feature).




– Nikki and Sean Riggs, most recently, in Philadelphia –


On behalf of Haplif & Haplifnet I wish Nikki and April lots of success!

Frank Kalder (Global Haplifnet)    

Supplementary: DESIGNER FASHION GUIDE – Paris ▪ Milan ▪ London – by Jana Mohd  

Michael Jackson’s Memorial Service

July 7, 2009


Michael Jackson – the King of Pop – who died on June 25, was remembered at a public memorial service today at the Staples Center sports arena in downtown Los Angeles, featuring performances by Mariah Carey,  Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, and many more entertainment celebrities.

»In a city fabled for its televised car chases, bejeweled Oscar shows and boisterous Lakers parades, residents and visitors alike have grown accustomed to spectacle, planned and spontaneous.

But Michael Jackson’s category-defying memorial — part variety show, part teary service — drew fans both giddy and sad from around the world, all compelled to bond with one another and take in the moment…« More to read at the Los Angeles Times 

Reuters provided a sampling of quotes (click) from the service.

haplif – Frank Kalder

Collective Memory — Deaths of Jackson & Fawcett

June 27, 2009


Celebrity and Collective Memory | By Karen Sternheimer; conveyed via Twitter by Ariel Carpenter, USC, Los Angeles

Certain people and events become embedded in society’s collective memory,  which is distinct from although related to our individual memories. Collective memories are typically drawn from people or events that somehow seem to symbolize important social meanings, sometimes meanings so diverse and profound we cannot define them clearly. Instead a person or situation comes to embody what otherwise might be hard to name…  More to read at EVERYDAY SOCIOLOGY 

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