Updated on November 21, 2010
In a wide-ranging conversation, Joel (pictured above right) explains why brands can’t be human. He talks about Six Pixels of Separation, the book he wrote in 2009 (now published in ten languages and just released in paperback) and expounds on the intrinsic connections between people. He gives his impressions of the new Google operating system and argues that the OS is the platform as he suggests what’s coming in the mobile space. And much more.
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About our Conversation Partner
Joel is frequently called upon to be a subject matter expert for The Huffington Post, BusinessWeek, Fast Company, Marketing Magazine, Profit, Strategy, Money, The Globe & Mail and many other media outlets.
He is a Board Member and Vice-Chair for the Canadian Marketing Association and an executive for the National Advertising Benevolent Society. He is also a former Board Member of the Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada. Joel sits on the content committee for both Shop.org and the Web Analytics Association, and is on the advisory council for many businesses and charitable organizations.
Connect with Mitch on Twitter: @mitchjoel.
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(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shelâ€™s and my podcast blog.)