Daily Archives: January 16, 2007

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See You in Seattle

The taxi will be waiting for me at 6am tomorrow (uhhh) for an 8am flight to my favorite American city. I’m looking forward to seeing library friends and colleagues and the OCLC Social Software symposium. If you are attending (last I heard over 300 are signed up), please say HI! I’ll be armed with Moo cards. Here’s to safe travels for all!

A Big Mess at Kohl’s (or Corporations, Customers and the Cluetrain)

This fascinates me. The Church of the Customer blog points out “The Not So Secret Shopper” who visited a Kohl’s Department store and found a mess. Cameraphone in hand, he documented the condition of the retail establisjment and blogged about it. http://heehawmarketing.typepad.com/hee_haw_marketing/2007/01/hurricane_kohs_.html The folks at Church of the Customer state: Here’s the thing: 156 million Americans use high-speed cellphone networks that allow them to take pictures like this and post them immediately to a blog where, naturally, they can spread. Pew estimates that 41 percent of American cellphone owners use their phones as content creation tools. That translates into about […]