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Friday, November 30, 2001
RB raps on The Todd Mundt Show
Yesterday, the Todd Mundt show (which airs on many NPR stations) ran an interview with me. Mundt is a great guy and clearly liked the book. Also, I got to stretch out a bit here, as the format was very relaxed.
Todd talks with business and technology writer Christopher Locke about "gonzo marketing". Locke explains how companies can use the Internet as a successful marketing tool by connecting with online communities, and showing them that the company shares their interests. He argues that this will quickly increase profit. His book is "Gonzo Marketing: Winning Through Worst Practices".
You can listen to the RealAudio file here.

10:01 AM | link |

Sunday, November 25, 2001
Winer on BigCo
"It's real. There really is a BigCo mentality. It even creeps into SmallCo's. Gotta love it, but be cursed if you live it. Not a good lifestyle if you want to do cool shit."

Little does Dave know, but he's writing prose here! It's tight, it's good, why hell, it's almost poetry. Those last two sentences comprise an iamb, two dactyls, a paradiddle and a rimshot.


5:38 PM | link |

Waeguk is not a soup
Thank god. Describing his neighborhood in Korea, the author impressively works in high-literary terms like "frisson" and "mucoidal" -- OK, so the latter is maybe high-medical -- then drops gems like "farmer blows" and "horking" on us. A masterful command of the language, even if pressed into disgusting service by this self-described grumpy old bastard. "All in all," he blogs, "a refreshing early morning stroll. I live in hell." What a pleasure to read good writing once in a while, even if it does make you want to puke.

10:13 AM | link |

The Magnificent Melting Object
Blogging as Bead Game. Dream images a little to the left of Dada, but a subtler subterfuge. Juxtapositions to die for. Wait for it...

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28 October 2004

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Until a minute ago, I had no photos. I still have no photos to speak of. I don't even have a camera. But all these people were linking to "my photos." It was embarassing. It's still embarassing. But I'm used to that.


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