Episode 15

We jump, run, and push right in…

The Nothing Show
Podrunner
The Moth
One Hundred Pushups

Not Mike's DeLorean

Not Mike's DeLorean

Social networks and forums…
Eric can’t get boat and car help from social networks.

PC Magazine Ten Most Absurd Social Networks

How we each got started with Twitter.

Eric calls out “Web 2.0 people.”

Is there a secret behind viral videos?

What’s the revenue model for all these free sites? Would you pay for Twitter? Which sites do you pay for, and which sites should remain free?
We’d love your feedback in the comments!

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2 thoughts on “Episode 15

  1. Another good conversation. I’m here to support the idea that viral videos usually have a lot of staff time behind them. I remember this Techcrunch interview with a guy whose team pull out all stops to try to make videos viral for clients. His method illustrates that it takes way more design and marketing work than just having attractive content. Like everything else on the web, the viral videos are being gamed. At my company, after reading this interview, we gave up hope of having a runaway viral hit video, there’s no way we’d have the time to do anything like the campaign outlined here.
    http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/11/22/the-secret-strategies-behind-many-viral-videos/

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