Friday, September 21, 2007


My interview on iBusiness Channel is up and available for your perusal. It was webcasted live at 10:30 this morning, and the archived version will be up for at least a month, possibly longer.

You’ll need to be using Internet Explorer, and you will have to type in your name and e-mail address to see the video. If this bothers you, you can (1) suck it up and do it anyway, (2) just make some shit up when you fill in the blanks, or (3) don’t watch the video. You probably had better things to do with that half-hour, anyway, besides watching me pimping my book and trying to sound reasonably intelligent.

The show actually starts about 90 seconds after the video starts streaming. Just use the slider bar to fast-forward past the dead air. Not sure why the studio folks did it that way, but, hey, I’m just a talking head: I don’t know squat about webcastin’ no videos.

Amazingly, I managed to get through the show without resorting to any profanity stronger than “crap,” “turd,” and “freakin’.” Not unreasonable, considering this is Erev Yom Kippur. Nevertheless, be on the lookout for other equally Bizarre Events, such as the Earth falling off its axis.

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