RonAmok!

The adventures of an analog engineer and digital storyteller who studies emerging networks and their impact on the great game of business.
May 9, 2008

One of the things that I like about New Media is its cause and effect capabilities. For example, when you put something “out there,” people respond.

Last Valentines Day, I had a customer support nightmare with an online flower vendor. In response, I produced a video that I posted on YouTube. Although the video wasn’t watched by millions of people, it did draw some folks into conversation with me. The following video story is a result of those interactions:

I’d like to thank my friend and co conspirator, Corey Scribner of BigOrangeBox, for this video. Corey is a video wizard and fellow New Media Evangelist. You should talk with him for all of your video production needs.

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Comments

Nice! Though FTD florists should thank you – you just reminded me to buy flowers for my mom for Mother’s Day. Also, FYI…

http://www.coolverification.com/2008/05/the-power-of-ne.html

JL

JL Gray
May 9, 2008

Nice! Though FTD florists should thank you – you just reminded me to buy flowers for my mom for Mother’s Day. Also, FYI…

http://www.coolverification.com/2008/05/the-power-of-ne.html

JL

JL Gray
May 9, 2008

Great video, Ron. Keep up the pioneering work…

Mike Santarini
May 13, 2008

Great video, Ron. Keep up the pioneering work…

Mike Santarini
May 13, 2008

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