When in Course of IT events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the marketing budgets of larger companies which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the free tshirt, the separate and equal station to which the cost of Stuff We All Get entitle them, a decent respect to the weight of carryon luggage of mankind requires that they should pillage the expo wisely.
Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to The SPAM Show:
Now sure, I talked about it yesterday, but really the whole point of the IT community is that you learn from your fellow peers and if you’re lucky, form some great friendships. I have been blessed to make many friends around the world through my work and we are letting you in.
You can call me a liar if you do what I’m about to tell you and don’t laugh.
So you don’t like podcasts. Maybe you don’t like geeks or business. Maybe you have better things to do. But let me ask you… how was your day? Pretty tough, right? I want you to ignore all that you could learn from me and my friends. I want you to even ignore how much money our collaborative efforts can make you. I want you to even ignore everything you know and think of me. I just want you to allow me to make you laugh.
SPAM Show #11:[audio:http://www.vladville.com/media/own-spam-show-11-swag.mp3]
10 minute outtake at the end of the show, covering the strategy for collecting swag.
Enjoy. If you like it, please blog and sneeze it.
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