Respecting media snackers

by Lee Hopkins on October 26, 2007 · 20 comments

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Following on in the tradition of ‘meme spread’ comes a brief audio report on my views about media snackers.

Fellow Twitterati Connie Reece tagged me, and here’s the background:

A new new media friend, Connie Bensen, tagged me on a meme started by one of my favorite bloggers, Forrester analyst Jeremiah Owyang.

Jeremiah posed the original question: Do you respect media snackers? And he defined them as “folks who consume small bits of information, data or entertainment when, where, and how they want. If you want to be part of their lives you’ve got to respect them.”

Here’s my response, in the form of … a media snack.

(Note: RSS readers may need to click through to the blog to listen to the audio file.)

Like Connie, my response is also in the form of a snackette – an audio file of a mere one minute and 49 seconds duration.

As with Connie, rss readers may need to click through to the blog to listen to it.

 

In keeping with the spirit of meme spread, I ask C.C. Chapman, Jon Hoel, Mitch Joel and David Jones to contribute their views. Gentlemen?

 

  • http://mediasnackers.com/ DK

    Been following the ‘digital-breadcrumbs’ from Jeremiahs original post – loving how our meme has spread far and wide and used in different contexts to promote discussions…

    Great stuff!

    DK
    MediaSnackers Founder

  • http://mediasnackers.com DK

    Been following the ‘digital-breadcrumbs’ from Jeremiahs original post – loving how our meme has spread far and wide and used in different contexts to promote discussions…

    Great stuff!

    DK
    MediaSnackers Founder

  • http://web-strategist.com/blog Jeremiah Owyang

    Glad to be a favorite. Great job with your micromedia, engaging, well spoken, and to the point.

    Scoble calls this mass reading “impressing” on to his brain. It’s faster than scanning, as he zips through hundreds of feeds a day.

  • http://web-strategist.com/blog Jeremiah Owyang

    Glad to be a favorite. Great job with your micromedia, engaging, well spoken, and to the point.

    Scoble calls this mass reading “impressing” on to his brain. It’s faster than scanning, as he zips through hundreds of feeds a day.

  • http://www.livingstonbuzz.com/blog Geoff Livingston

    Lee:

    This was excellent. I agree on the microblogging community having a limited audience… and that they are invaluable.

    Great to put a voice to the picture. Would love to do a podcast with you sometime. Well done.

    GL

  • http://www.livingstonbuzz.com/blog Geoff Livingston

    Lee:

    This was excellent. I agree on the microblogging community having a limited audience… and that they are invaluable.

    Great to put a voice to the picture. Would love to do a podcast with you sometime. Well done.

    GL

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  • http://www.conniebensen.com/ Connie Bensen

    uff – I found your backlink in my spam tonite!

    Thanks for joining the meme! Your insight is great. And it’s nice to ‘meet’ one of Connie’s friends. :)

  • http://www.conniebensen.com Connie Bensen

    uff – I found your backlink in my spam tonite!

    Thanks for joining the meme! Your insight is great. And it’s nice to ‘meet’ one of Connie’s friends. :)

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  • http://overtonecomm.blogspot.com/ Kami Huyse

    Lee, I had you on my list, but realized Connie had already “gotten” you. Darn!

    I have really been enjoying your video snacks in Facebook. Yum!

  • http://overtonecomm.blogspot.com/ Kami Huyse

    Lee, I had you on my list, but realized Connie had already “gotten” you. Darn!

    I have really been enjoying your video snacks in Facebook. Yum!

  • http://leehopkins.net/ Lee Hopkins

    Of course, the bizarre part of social media snacking is the shocking realisation that people actually *read* what I write — always a constant surprise to me!

  • http://leehopkins.net Lee Hopkins

    Of course, the bizarre part of social media snacking is the shocking realisation that people actually *read* what I write — always a constant surprise to me!

  • http://media.vascellari.com/ Andrea Vascellari

    Hello Lee!

    I wanted to tag you in this MediaSnackers meme we recently had but I’ve noticed that you have been already tagged by Connie Reece.

    So considering that I’m always tuned via rss on leehopkins.net, I send you anyway a link to my thoughts on this topic http://media.vascellari.com/?p=33

    I hope you will enjoy the video and feel free to join the conversation!

    Andrea

  • http://media.vascellari.com Andrea Vascellari

    Hello Lee!

    I wanted to tag you in this MediaSnackers meme we recently had but I’ve noticed that you have been already tagged by Connie Reece.

    So considering that I’m always tuned via rss on leehopkins.net, I send you anyway a link to my thoughts on this topic http://media.vascellari.com/?p=33

    I hope you will enjoy the video and feel free to join the conversation!

    Andrea

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