Month: August 2008

Buying Like a Woman? Really?

One of my favorite marketing blogs has a new post up that has me absolutely scratching my head: For example, recent studies show that more men than ever are making dinner, doing housework and managing the kids. That sure sounds a lot like my neighborhood. Still, you’d never know it from what brands reflect in […]

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Observations on Onion Peeling: MLS 5.0, Single Point of Entry, and Revolutions

I’ve been thinking a bit about the whole MLS 5.0 issue ever since Saul Klein’s post appeared. The reactions have been interesting. Greg Swann of BHB was somewhat cool to the idea, as evidenced by the title of his blogpost: The “MLS 5.0″ Manifesto: Everyone working in hi-tech real estate must oppose this vicious plan […]

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What’s On My iPod Right Now

Angel by Lionel Richie. I guess you could argue that part of Cluetrain means speaking with a human voice. And humans are deeply flawed, imperfect creatures. So I interrupt the real estate, marketing, and web 2.0 blogging to just expose really horrible personal habits to the whole world. Which in my case includes a soft […]

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What's On My iPod Right Now

Angel by Lionel Richie. I guess you could argue that part of Cluetrain means speaking with a human voice. And humans are deeply flawed, imperfect creatures. So I interrupt the real estate, marketing, and web 2.0 blogging to just expose really horrible personal habits to the whole world. Which in my case includes a soft […]

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