Here’s Brian Solis’s blog I ran across because of the latest Lunch 2.0 event (oDesk): PR 2.0. Since I’m not a PR/Marketing type I don’t understand it, but other readers might find it useful in finding there is more to Web 2.0 marketing than “viral marketing.”
Actually, I’m hurt that in PR 2.0’s latest article, Jeremiah credited Joseph with co-founding Lunch 2.0 instead of me. He deserves to be boinked for that one, especially because I distinctly remember explaining to him how four of us founded Lunch 2.0 before I blacked out at the del.icio.us party.
If you get me drunk enough, I’ll tell you the Lunch 2.0 story.
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Thanks for running this post! Alison McNeill is actually working on a piece regarding the creation of Lunch 2.0. Can you send her a quick note [Edited: removed addy]? That way we get the story right. Thanks!
I’m so sorry about the mixup with the founders of Lunch 2.0! That was not intentional and we will do everything we can to clear that up on our blog. We sincerely apologize.
You guys are kidding about being sorry right?
First of all, it’s Jeremiah’s fault. Second, Joseph was a co-founder. He came up with the name, and the best Lunch 2.0 quote I know: “Well we always believed that if we got a single free meal out of it, we’ve accomplished our mission.”
Just goes to show you us Lunch 2.0’ers were setting the business/networking bar really high. 😀
I hope more people read your blog. There’s a lot of interesting outside-the-box PR thinking there so I thought it deserved mention.
Hmm, you guys edited the quote! Now I can’t make fun of Jeremiah. Dang it!
i don’t know if you were still sober at that point terry… and i’ve got a few more tipsy Flickr photos to prove it. (note: i *can* be paid off to take them down 😉