Mario Sundar

LinkedIn's 2nd PR hire. These are my thoughts on products, public relations, and startups.

Take 5: More Videos

You’ve got to forgive me, readers, I’m on an uncontrollable video viewing spree and to give YouTube’s competitors some blog-time as well, I browsed the archives of Google Video, AOL Video to unearth a few Marketing and Tech pearls of wisdom for your viewing pleasure. But these are extremely long and educative, so they are probably a weekend task.

#1: The Macintosh Marketing Story

For all Mac Lovers and marketing geeks, here’s the Macintosh Marketing story told through the eyes of the Mac team, via a panel discussion at the Computer History Museum. It’s a tad long (2 hours!), but if you love technology and marketing, it may be totally worth your while.

Will you watch it if I tell you it has Mike Murray, Andy Hertzfeld, Joanna Hoffman, Mike Boich, Guy Kawasaki and other Mac luminaries in it?

#2: Listen to Godin

Two speeches given by Seth Godin in recent times, one at Google and the other at the Gel Conference

The speech at Google and the Gel Conference video

#3: Microsoft hires Ricky Gervais?

Two faux training videos for Microsoft UK employees featuring Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant in their roles from the BBC version of The Office

Part 1 and Part 2

#4: Jeremiah rocks

Here’s a video synopsis on the latest incarnation of Lunch 2.0, organized by my good friend Jeremiah at Hitachi Data Systems.

#5: Guy talk

The first video is an assortment of Guy Kawasaki speeches (Stanford to Ernst & Young) and the second video is his recent speech at TieCon on “the Art of the Start”, which Guy himself calls one of his best.

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