Why Arguing is Good for Your Business

Why Arguing is Good for Your Business

The mysterious blue-hued man you see here taught me a lesson or two in the last couple of days. To be clear, I’m not entirely certain what those lessons are, but courtesy of this guy—whose image I’ve altered enough to make Google’s reverse image...
Media Standards (I Told You So)

Media Standards (I Told You So)

Media Standards? I Told You So. No seriously, this post is all about things working as expected, and also me being in I Told You So mode. I’ve done I told you so a few times here. If I’m honest about it I acknowledge that I kind of enjoy being right and am...
Cutting Through The Noise

Cutting Through The Noise

When we launched VideoNetworkOne, I produced the little piece you see here. In it, I praised the work of Hank Green. Hank, brother o’ John (the nearly-forty-year-old writer of Teen-Angsty drivel like The Fault in Our Stars), does cutting through the noise...
The Jeff Yablon Map

The Jeff Yablon Map

  How’d you like to build an amazing web site in just a few minutes, for almost no money? I did: here’s the The Jeff Yablon Map! The Jeff Yablon map was an actual web site for a few minutes earlier today, and I really did build it at a cost of exactly zero...
Character Purpose in Storytelling

Character Purpose in Storytelling

  We all know a character or two. Not characters in plays, films, or other stories, but … you know … characters. People with an edge or a story of their own or at least an edge that looks like there’s an interesting story behind it. What’s...
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