Entries tagged "videos"

Vlogging Supernova 2007

I’m bl/vlogging a geek / biz conference with a strong media twist this week. I’ll let you know when I’m doing some live streaming commentary. I’m not sure how quickly Ill post video. For now, I’m blogging and twittering (twitter name – heathr)

  • How do you price engagement or intention /attention – Deb Schulz
  • What you’re disintersted in is very important to marketers – Dick Costello Feedburner
  • Ev Williams makes the obivious statement that influential people in your life matter the most. He envisions a world of Burger King croissandwich sponsored people twittering and hotlisting their croissandwich love.
  • Turn media buyers into community evangelist – Deb Schultz
  • “I want what I want when I want it. Why is that so hard?” – Deb S.
    Because companies are as narcissistic as many parents. Service is left for religion. -hg
  • Max from Nielsen just said econometric. Wow I didn’t know you could turn marketing into physics. Why bother understanding or listening?
  • Lots more about the “new digital economy” and the “mystery” of how to get business to understand how to build word of mouth, community business. Women have been doing this for ages: Tupperware, Avon, Mary Kay. It’s about personal relationships, fun, community and being paid attention to.

    My thoughts on the coming more humanly/communicative company:

    Sales> service
    Marketing> community management / relationships
    operations>integration

  • Videos I have known

    I’m looking forward to judging tonight’s NewTeeVee’s Pier Screening . They offered me the Simon Cowell Role, but I don’t think I have the hand hair to qualify.

    You an always clink on the videocategory link to see a lot of my videos, but here are some of my favourites (I know that’s not the way Americans spell it, but it’s the way Canadian-Americans do):

  • MSFT=XIANS / APPL=JEWS
  • Best of the Net: Dancin’
  • I always wanted a dog
  • What would it really take to impeach Bush?
  • Sneak preview: American Us
  • Is anyone running for President saying anything truthful?

    I’ve become a regular reader of Andrew Sullivan’s excellent blog.
    Andrew is a proud conservative and I am not, but I’m finding his blog a better way to track politics than even the New York Times. He’s struggling with principle against the creeping fascism and pro-torture position of his party, the Republicans.

    I wish I had the same level of interest in the details of politics to be as effective a voice about the Democrats. I consider myself an independent and registered that way. How deep are the Democrats problems? They couldn’t get a Jewish lesbian Canadian immigrant to register Democrat.

    The truth is that I really am not so attached to what I call myself. I never have been. My sense of myself is deeper an probably more complex than the “tags” lesbian, straight, bisexual and politically I don’t find Republican or Democrat appealing.

    I am concerned about honesty, integrity, caring, intelligence and effective problem solving wherever it rears its head. I don’t believe any one group has a lock on truthfulness or a right way. To be attached to that is similar to the kind of religious fundamentalism that has created such pain in the world in the name of the safety of those who will blindly agree there is only one right way.

    Perhaps that’s why I find myself drawn to the Ron Paul clips Andrew Sullivan has been posting. He’s running for the Republican Presidential nomination. I disagree with a lot of Ron Paul’s political views but at least he seems genuine, human and principled, rather than a brand created by marketing team. I would love to see someone within the Democratic nomination race speak as plainly to that party.

    And I would love to see, more than anything, government stop being a broker for round-trip (decidedly unfree market) financial deals, whether it’s through debt financing a developing country or creating a massive wealth transfer via war.

    Video: What do you do?

    Heather Gold Show: What I Do

    Click to watch.

    The Heather Gold Show: Perception Invite 4/13/07

    This month’s show tastes like applesauce according to our guests. Do you know how you perceive the world?

    This video was originally shared on blip.tv by heather gold with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license.

    The Heather Gold Show: Self-Made (video podcast)

    Heather Gold Show Self-Made

    Watch the show (5 Min)How does one become self-made? Guests: Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr, Dave Chappelle opener W. Kamau Bell and celebrated psychologist, activist and painter Dr Lillian Rubin (The Transcendent Child).

    The Lost Camera Net Legend: Part 2

    My friend Judith Zissman went on a family vacation. She lost her camera. She made a blog. And then really unexpected things began to happen, including: rude Canadians, polite Americans and angry bloggers.

    The boing boing effect: The Lost Camera Net Legend

    My friend Judith Zissman went on a family vacation. She lost her camera. She made a blog. And then really unexpected things began to happen.

    I always wanted a dog

    Happy Pride

    For 5 years I’ve been interviewing women on the day of the Dyke March and asking: what’s your memory of the first time a girl made you feel squishy inside?



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