Five Cool Links to Kick Off the Week

Five Cool Links to Kick Off the Week

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  1. Great links, especially #4 for me, as I intend to use videos on my site soon. I love the picture used for your article, great reference to “cool” . Thanks for the links!

  2. I am so psyched for the red carpet to be rolled out this year in honor of increased video use and higher opt-in rates.

    I plan on getting Web Video University soon, and Brian, your recommendations do help, because I trust what you tell me.

    I am a sheep 🙂



  3. Relating to the first link, you might like this one, too.

    It’s one of the guys from WNYC’s Radio Lab giving a commencement address to science grads about how they have to “tell stories” in order to get regular people excited and interested in science. It could apply to almost any profession though, of course.

  4. Hi! Brian, I’m pretty close to signing up for the video university. Have you personally taken the course? If so, can you tell me the #1 thing you got from it that made it worth the cost?

  5. nice post. I always like a good list of links. I love finding new web sites or new programs to look through. Even though I haven’t been a long-time subscriber I really have enjoyed your blog the most out of the ones I read.

  6. Great resources but Brian, I noticed you have been talking about Web Video Uniersity alot… I am a member as well, it is good stuff… but i do not see videos from you at all?

    Do you use video marketing?

    We are actually just about to start some weekly videos with JohnCow and we use videos a lot in our other businesses but wondering if you use it.

  7. Hi Brian,

    Thanks for the links (not just #4). You’ve singlehandedly doubled my poetry-related bookmarks and I’m going to look into the Web video course as well. I also took time to catch up on some other excellent posts, like the launch of the Articulate blog. Great stuff, as usual.

  8. The secrets of storytelling is an interesting read. Thanks for the link. I love the part about Merlot sales.

    I’ve noticed that when listening to people who speak other languages tell stories to one another, there are rhythms that are common to all storytelling. This seems true even when the language has a very different grammatical structure. Those rhythms seem to have more to do with the telling of the story itself, and the things that we seek to get from the stories we hear.

  9. The most important article I read this month? That would be likely, if I didn’t read my own stuff.

    But, it can easily make the 2nd string.

    Thanks for the linkie.

  10. A few months ago I discovered Seth Godin for the first time. I’m fairly certain I read most of his blog in a few sittings. 😉

    Can’t wait for the book.

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