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Sep 28, 2007: Bad beard diaries

This is what I get for doing a video interview while on vacation.

Bud Gibson of Eastern Michigan University interviewed me for his Michigan Innovators series while we were on a short vacation in Ann Arbor last month. (That sounds weird: "vacation in Ann Arbor". But it was great.) Bud was quite effective in getting me to spill my guts about Rosenfeld Media's plans to dominate the world of publishing. Or, at least, UX book publishing. It's all here (the third of three parts hasn't come out just yet).

Next time someone interviews me, I'll remember to trim the beard first. And maybe put on a nice shirt.

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Comment: Bud Gibson (Sep 30, 2007)

Lou, thanks for the mention, always nice to appear on bloug. It turns out you will have a fourth part where you announce your 12 month goals.

I thought your interview was great. It ties in with a whole slew of discussions we have done about the new world of media, and you provided sensational detail. Really nice to get that inside view.

Hopefully, we can catch up with you on another Ann Arbor vacation and hear how it all turns out

Comment: Bud Gibson (Oct 2, 2007)

Lou, thought you might like to see this commentary link from students on your series:

http://learningremix.emich.edu/tags/Lou%20Rosenfeld

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