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What's been happening in Marketing?

Fri, 12/01/2006 - 11:20 -- rprice

Josh Hallet knows. He's the guy who put together what I might go out on a limb as saying "Orlando's First Unconference", BlogOrlando.

Over on Josh's blog he's been posting what he's learned at the American Marketing Association's MPlanet conference. If you are involved with marketing, own a business or run a website, Josh's blog will be very beneficial to you.

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Blogging Orlando Puppet Festival

Wed, 11/01/2006 - 23:35 -- rprice

What else to say? Mad Cow Theatre, from now until Sunday, be there!

Check out the Orlando Puppet Festival Website or MySpace for schedules and links to show info.

I will be posting things to BloggingFringe.com, I think. I guess that's why I invented Art::Meta(), but I think I am going to consolidate channels soon, or at least aggregate, more news at 11.

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The Orlando Weekly Is On Notice

Mon, 10/30/2006 - 01:18 -- rprice

Check it out:
Orlando Weekly - Home Page

Notice anything? Me neither. It's like they packed up their snake oil and left town at the first whiff of kerosene.

Are they rebuilding their crappy site? Fixing the broken search engine? Hiring a new staff writer for movies and theater? Who knows?

Actually, that last one was a bit of a joke. The guy who does most of the movie reviews now, John Thomason, is just a lowly contributor, and deserves to be full-time.

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Films Films Films

Tue, 10/24/2006 - 02:11 -- rprice

This past weekend was the first ever Orlando Film Festival... in case you missed it, and it's likely you did. The people who put this thing together are well-known and respected in the Florida film community. I got a chance to sit down with the programming team, Brian Quain and Michael King. You may recognize Brian as the inventor of a phenomenon only known as "The Game". Michael is known mostly in Orlando for his Writing-Producing-Acting role in his film The Way Back Home.

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Being Spaces (Coworking) & Brand Spaces (Pop-Up Marketing)

Thu, 10/12/2006 - 23:23 -- rprice

Thanks to Sull on the Coworking mailing list for posting this article. Very cool.

BEING SPACES & BRAND SPACES

The article defines "Being Space"...

Sociologist Ray Oldenburg coined 'The Third Place' in his 1990 book 'The Great Good Place', and described it as a celebration of the places where people can regularly go to take it easy and commune with friends, neighbours, and whoever else shows up.

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