Our SO’s were wondering

Last week in Pirillo’s house a bunch of us were downstairs. Every so often one of our Significant Others would come down and check on what we were doing. We were down there for a long time and didn’t even come up for drinks or pizza. So, they must have been wondering. Well, now they can watch our long boring conversation about Web 2.0 and stuff and see just what we were doing. Theresa thought it was fun, but then she was downstairs with us and her boss was down there too. Consider that a biased opinion. :-)

The original came from Gear Live, which is usually a killer gadget video blog.

Seriously, if you are in marketing or PR you’d probably do very well to listen to this.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the inbound link, Robert. You’ll probably beat Andru as my top referrer in a matter of hours ;-).

    It was a lot of fun to sit around in the basement with all you crazy funny smart people. Yes, even Broback.

    It was great to see you and Maryam. I need to get my ass down to the Bay Area to hang out with y’all more often.

  2. Thanks for the inbound link, Robert. You’ll probably beat Andru as my top referrer in a matter of hours ;-).

    It was a lot of fun to sit around in the basement with all you crazy funny smart people. Yes, even Broback.

    It was great to see you and Maryam. I need to get my ass down to the Bay Area to hang out with y’all more often.

  3. Boringerer. ;) Least wasn’t one of yours…

    Buncha self-appointed egoheaddy twizzleheads yapping on and on about why, what they think is important should be important. College jam session, Trekkie-like.

  4. Boringerer. ;) Least wasn’t one of yours…

    Buncha self-appointed egoheaddy twizzleheads yapping on and on about why, what they think is important should be important. College jam session, Trekkie-like.

  5. it’s long and boring — but recommended for marketing/PR people? Jeez, Robert, you need a lesson in marketing yourself. “Long and boring” isn’t exactly a call to action.

  6. it’s long and boring — but recommended for marketing/PR people? Jeez, Robert, you need a lesson in marketing yourself. “Long and boring” isn’t exactly a call to action.

  7. Long and boring?? I loved it. One of the best tech based discussions I’ve heard in awhile. I really enjoyed it.
    BTW, I would hate to be the guy known as “Didn’t catch his name”. Poor fella.

  8. Long and boring?? I loved it. One of the best tech based discussions I’ve heard in awhile. I really enjoyed it.
    BTW, I would hate to be the guy known as “Didn’t catch his name”. Poor fella.