Answering Rude Q&A from Jeff Jarvis

Heh, our "On10" team used Jeff Jarvis' harsh comments against a product manager here in a video look at the New York Times Reader technology (that question comes toward the end of a 10-minute interview). Those in the PR industry call this "Rude Q&A" for "get out your rudest and harshest questions and make sure you can answer them."

Demonstrates something we've learned to do: we watch blogs for the harshest commentary and see if we can get straight answers for you.

Yes, Chris Pirillo, I'm watching your blog too! (But, really, I watch any blog that mentions the word "Microsoft", among other terms).

On10 has been getting some interesting videos lately. Another one that I liked was the Xbox Dashboard video. There's a sizeable update coming soon and Larry Hryb of the Xbox Live team visited On10 to show off the changes. It got Dugg and, wow, has this been hit a lot.

11 thoughts on “Answering Rude Q&A from Jeff Jarvis

  1. On10 has been getting some interesting videos lately…

    I am guessing my defintion of “interesting” differs greatly, just the same hyperspaz geeky MTV-styled Zoom-Jump-Cutty low-content feature bits for the bite-sized ADD set — the same formula that got them sliced from G4.

    “…get out your rudest and harshest questions”

    Funny, here I thought you were censoring people for not being “happy enough”.

  2. On10 has been getting some interesting videos lately…

    I am guessing my defintion of “interesting” differs greatly, just the same hyperspaz geeky MTV-styled Zoom-Jump-Cutty low-content feature bits for the bite-sized ADD set — the same formula that got them sliced from G4.

    “…get out your rudest and harshest questions”

    Funny, here I thought you were censoring people for not being “happy enough”.

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