GOC 002: On sex with Danish blondes, Twitter and QR Codes

by Lee Hopkins on October 19, 2009 · 0 comments

in bcr pod/vidcast,comms cafe podcast,podcasting

In this excitement-packed edition of Grumpy Old Communicators you will hear us wax lyrical about such diverse topics as:

  • Karen, her baby August, and the scandal she’s created (and if you want to know where the idea for Karen came from, check out Australia’s far less raunchy but equally seductive young lady who is looking for her Mr Right and only has his misplaced jacket to go on; the video is below, as is a link to some thoughts by a superb Aussie media commentator — and no, that’s not Lee, it’s Tim!)
  • Twitter follower numbers and a reference to the superb The Twitter Book by Tim O’Reilly and Sarah Milstein
  • Simon Crisp and IBM’s new division
  • David Jones and his truly excellent MAIL process for social media engagement 
  • QR codes, the Three Minds blog and Allan’s B+B website

All in all, 29 minutes and 22 seconds of disarmingly direct conversation over a shocking Skype line that makes you wonder if your two intrepid communicators were actually alive at the time, or were communicating via telepathy, a Ouija board and a plump and quite harmless 50-something-year-old landlady by the name of Mrs Scoggins who dabbles in the occult and thinks she’s a channel for ‘those on the other side’.

 

You can, of course, download the conversation right now to your audiophonic weapon of choice. Equally, and probably more preferably, you can in addition subscribe to this podcast in iTunes, by copying this here subscribing link and then pasting it into the box that pops up when you click on the ‘Subscribe to Podcast…’ link under the ‘Advanced’ toolbar option (see the image below).

A screenshot of how to manually subscribe in iTunes to the Grumpy Old Communicators at the CommsCafe.net podcast
A screenshot of how to subscribe to our podcast manually in iTunes.

 

**************

Videos

Karen: The Karen in Denmark video on YouTube

 

 

Hitler: The extremely funny (if you like that sort of thing) video of Hitler remonstrating with some colleagues about a long-forgotten night out in Copenhagen and a blonde he picked up at a bar.

 

 

Witchery: The ‘man in the jacket’ video that got all of Australia talking, a lot of Aussie men wishing they had lost their jacket, and then a lot of media people in Australia swearing [and here, here and here]:

 

 

 

Dove: The second Dove commercial that was targeted specifically at ‘moms who blog’ and was, it is believed, a resounding success:

 
The Twitter Book by Tim O’Reilly and Sarah Milstein

 

 


 

Allan’s blog         ::         Lee’s blog

Previous post:

Next post: