I made this analogy a few weeks ago: I have this image of Lyndon Johnson only speaking at Army bases because his war in Vietnam was so unpopular. Wal-Mart is LBJ and the Internet is America. To get on the Internet, Wal-Mart has to find places where conversations canâ€™t happen. Otherwise it will blow up […]
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I meant to write about this a while back, but while I was waiting for Matt Brouillette to post the Wal-Mart: For Good or Evil? podcast so much other stuff happened that this story got lost in the pile. I won’t prejudice your listening experience . You decide. Jeff Hess: Have Coffee Will Write.
A few weeks ago the American Public Media show Marketplace contacted us for information it wanted on Wal-Mart’s computer-run scheduling system for its employees. Marketplace was particularly interested in BBC American. Click here to listen to the streaming audio. Jeff Hess: Have Coffee Will Write.
I tried out my new setup using a sony mic, iMic, and my iBook to record last night’s meetup. It’s a long recording, probably an hour and a half. That’s means it’s 125MB. But it’s well worth it. Once you get past introductions and plugmobile, we start off discussing the motivation behind Scene’s first punch […]