Last week I spoke at eBusiness Connection about blogging for small businesses. We videotaped the seminar, to create a little content for our weblog and newsletter, and to mock me after the fact. In fact, for about ten minutes of the presentation, my tie got hung up on one of my jacket's suit buttons. Here's a captured still so that you can laugh along at home. The tie just kind of hangs askew. I generally eschew tie pins, but maybe it's time to procure one. Regardless, here are three Quicktime videos from my presentation with associated credit where it's due:
- Some philosophy (3:05, 3.1 MB). Goes with this slide (unsafe for Firefox). Mostly inspired by the Cluetrain Manifesto.
- What goes in a weblog? (2:32, 2.7 MB). Goes with this slide.
- Blogs, damage control and the Kryptonite bike lock story. (4:52, 5.0 MB). Refers to this slide and this video. Thanks to Robert Scoble for the idea, Dave Sifry for the chart and Steve Rubel for the dates.
I know, I talk too fast. I'm working on it. Roland and I are doing a talk tomorrow night, so together we'll only be comprehensible by certain kinds of field mice.
Thanks to Lindsay for helping with the videotaping.