New York tour

I’m sitting here with PodTech star Loren Feldman. The dude is funny. I wish I was funny. Even 1/100th as funny.  We’re also hanging out in New York with Rachel Clarke (she does marketing for a bunch of big consumer companies that she’d rather me not name) and machinima expert Paul Martino.

Anyway, earlier today I visited the Fast Company offices. Here’s their blog. Damn, they are awesome offices. They just moved into the rebuilt World Trade Center #7 building (it was destroyed on 9/11). They have 360-degree views of New York. One window looked down on Ground Zero, lots of work being done to build a new tower and a memorial.

It’s a place that emotionally took my breath away when I first got there. After Fast Company we went to Katz’ deli where about 10 people showed up. We’re sitting in Cafe La Fortuna in Upper West Side. Great pastries!

Comments

  1. “… she does marketing for a bunch of big consumer companies that she’d rather me not name …”

    Doesn’t that defeat the purpose? Wouldn’t you want your marketers talking about your company and products to anyone that would listen?

  2. “… she does marketing for a bunch of big consumer companies that she’d rather me not name …”

    Doesn’t that defeat the purpose? Wouldn’t you want your marketers talking about your company and products to anyone that would listen?

  3. Rob..I always think there’s a time and place for marketing, and today wasn’t it. If you want to see what FMCG brands I work on, some of them are on my About page. If my site was up – it’s all gone down, including the ISP site. Guess they are having a few issues.

  4. Rob..I always think there’s a time and place for marketing, and today wasn’t it. If you want to see what FMCG brands I work on, some of them are on my About page. If my site was up – it’s all gone down, including the ISP site. Guess they are having a few issues.