Six Pixels of Separation - The Podcast
May 20, 2007 7:34 AM

SPOS #52 - One Year Anniversary

Welcome to episode #52 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. It is officially one year since we started this Podcast. There are some very cool comments and some better conversations. It was a crazy week of travel from getting home from Vancouver and heading off to Ottawa for the CMA - Canadian Marketing Association - National Convention And Trade Show 2007 - but it's all good and very exciting. While I don't mention them directly in this episode, Six Pixels Of Separation would never exist had it not been for Joseph Jaffe, C.C. Chapman and Donna Papacosta (thank you all for your support and friendship). Enjoy this conversation...

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #52 - Host: Mitch Joel.

- Running time: 52:33.
- Audio comment line - please send in a comment and add your voice to the audio community: +1 206-666-6056.
- Please send in questions, comments, suggestions -
- Hello from Beautiful Montreal.
- Subscribe over at iTunes.
- Comments are now live on the Blog -
- Canadian Marketing Association - National Convention and Trade Show.
- Monday, May 14th until Wednesday, May 16th, 2007 at the Ottawa Congress Centre.
- Burn The Ships - New World Tactics For Marketers In A Digital World.
- John Wood - Leaving Microsoft To Change The World - Room To Read.
- Don Tapscott - Wikinomics.
- Heath Slawner - Principles of Persuasion Workshop.
- Dave Balter - BzzAgent.
- David Jones - Inside PR.
- IAB Canada - Interactive Advertising Bureau - Social Media Marketing Seminar.
- Montreal (June 11th, 2007) Toronto (June 13th, 2007), Vancouver (June 20th, 2007) and Halifax (June 27th, 2007).
- Cost for this IAB Canada Social Media Marketing full-day seminar is $400 for IAB Members (and $500 for non-members).
- Audio Comment - Michael Seaton - Scotiabank - The Client Side.
- Greenfields Report #3 - Bernard Goldbach -
- David Weinberger - Everything Is Miscellaneous.
- PR Junction #8 -Jon Hoel.
- Audio Comment - C.C. Chapman - Managing The Gray - Accident Hash.
- One Guy's Thoughts.
- Joost invites from C.C.
- Audio Comment - Adam Dufresne.
- Audio Comment - Heidi Miller - Diary Of A Shameless Self-Promoter - Talk It Up Blog.
- Audio Comment - Jay Moonah - Uncle Seth - Online Music Marketing.
- Facebook has now gone mobile in Canada -
- Audio Comment - Mircea Baldean - Baldean Media Services.
- I Spin It.
- Upcoming Audio Comment - Dave Levy - The Things Is.
Six Points of Separation - Six New Media Tools I Need To Wrap My Head Around:
1. Joost.
2. Jaiku.
3. BitTorrent.
4. Twittervision.
5. Digg.
6. Wiki.
- Six Pounds of Sound - music from C.C. Chapman of Managing The Gray, Accident Hash and U-Turn Cafê.
- Sutra - 'Away'.

Please join the conversation by sending in questions, feedback and ways to improve Six Pixels Of Separation. Please let me know what you think or leave an audio comment at: +1 206-666-6056.

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #52 - Host: Mitch Joel.

By Mitch Joel

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  • Posted by Steve Jay
    Mitch Joel

    Mitch...Congratulations on your anniversary.

    Look forward to listening to this episode on the way to work tomorrow.

  • First, congratulations on a year of podcasting--and of producing great podcasts. But I confess to being a little irked, because this was the second time in a row that you said you were going to address a text comment of mine on the show and then didn't do it. If audio is the only way to actually get through, you should say so.

    It should come as no surprise that I completely agree with Heidi Miller on the subject of grammar and spelling. I'm 40 years old, and reading SMS-style spelling is much harder than reading real words.

    On top of that, "keynoting" as a verb makes me cringe. Of course I know what you mean, and the verbification of nouns is a natural linguistic process, but that doesn't mean I have to like it. I get the same teeth-gritting response when the Ur-Guru uses "obsolete" as a transitive verb (as in "this product will obsolete the competition."

  • Posted by Duane Brown
    Mitch Joel

    Great post Mitch. I know it wasn't a big part of the show, but your thoughts on the Nintendo Wii was great. I'm going to try and leave a comment on your phone line about it.

  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    Thanks for the kind words all.

    Steve: I'd love some audio feedback.

    Sallie: I'll send you an email to discuss your text comments. I'm sorry stuff like "keynoting" makes you cringe. My guess is many people cringed when they heard words changed the first time as well. Some stuck... some got us unstuck ;)

    Duane: I hope to have more insights on stuff like the Wii. Based on what I've seen, gaming is a large - but not the only - component of these systems. It's getting exciting.

  • Posted by Duane Brown
    Mitch Joel


    Thanks for the comment on my blog. Gaming is really just the tip of the iceberg of what these systems can do. That's one reason why I love blogging about marketing and the cross roads that is video games. You can watch TV and movies and MSN over your 360. The ability to browse the Internet on your Wii, download photos and yes even use Google Reader is interesting.

    The future is really two folds, one is being able to access any form of digital content you want and the second is being able to communicate on a global bases with your community. We've barely scratched the surface of what you can do with these systems. We are only limited by our imagination.

  • Posted by Sulemaan Ahmed
    Mitch Joel

    Congrats on episode 50 and the one year anniversary. It sounds like an echo but keep up the great work Mitch.

    I'll continue to live vicariously through you - my rockstar friend. :-)

  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    Sulemaan: as always, thanks for the kind words... and your friendship. It means a lot to me.

    Duane: I have a slide in my presentation that talks about how XBox is now looking for/developing new TV content... the rules are definitely changing. People talk about the shifts in media, but after seeing what I have in the Wii and XBox 360, I am more than convinced that there will be change... not shift in the soon-to-near future.

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