Last Sunday I had the pleasure of speaking one on one with Saul Colt. Saul! (say it like it reads!) is a great guy in the marketing and social media community here in Toronto. He is a highly regarded speaker and somehow the ladies love him. Which is why I appreciate any time he spends with me.
On the show we spoke about Apple, Google and even one of his favourite books.
After you listen to the show I would love your thoughts on Ping – Apple’s new “social networking” experiment with iTunes.
So you use it? Have you found it useful? It is a pure marketing ploy by Apple or are they sincere in wanting to give back to their iTunes community?
Your comments are always welcomed and appreciated.
This past episode my guests and I had a discussion (among other things) about the future of Twitter. Ameet said Twitter would last more than 5 years and be around to succeed. Jeremy thought otherwise and stated that Twitter would not be around in 5 years.
What do you think?
Who’s right and who’s wrong? Why?
Ameet also introduced us to a project he’s working on called Pulse.
Check out the link.
Where would you like to receive notices from your favourite retailer or service provider?
Mark is a partner and Web Developer at BNOTIONS, Co-Founder and Program Coordinator at the Yorkville Media Centre, and Professor at Seneca College in the Media Fundamentals, Independent Photography, and Acting for Camera and Voice programs.
I’m not his biggest fan but even I know that The Hawk is an important figure in Canadian music. And not just Canadian music. But musical history from the past 50 years.
Yes, The Hawk. Otherwise known as Rockin’ Ronnie Hawkins.
I had a chance to speak with Ronnie Hawkins last week. We both found ourselves at the Toronto Real Estate Board’s Realtor Quest trade show.
We were both surrounded by beautiful groupies (albeit they were all his groupies but I know he likes to share) as I tried to sound professional interviewing him.
Here’s something important I learned from him: Be in business with people who like you because chances are you will like them. As someone who would rather make a pay cheque than receive one, this point is important. You see, we all have a choice in who we do business with. And although I like money as much as the next guy, I want to make sure that I’m having fun.