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April 8, 2008 in Blogging | 3 comments
Geoff Livingston writes,
Well, that certainly wasn’t my intention. Probably not Shel‘s, either.
Geoff Livingston on April 8, 2008 at 3:05 pm
No doubt, but you did cause many of us to take notice. In my case, you fueled a long standing discontent with the way the business of marketing was being done. Thank you.
fp on April 8, 2008 at 8:25 pm
This blog-o-verse just gets zanier and zanier! The link you provided is to a spoof site owned by Loren Feldman of 1938 Media who has been parodying Shel’s Fast Company vids mercilessly. As if that’s not confusing enough, Fast Company has a guy named Loren Feldman who is somehow related to Scoble’s new efforts there. Can’t tell the artistes without a Playbill.
Doc Searls on April 9, 2008 at 8:08 am
And thanks back Goeff. My pleasure on that one.
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#Extranatives: Reference to the future as "going forward," and the word "experience" when applied to design. Both are crutches & clichés.
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