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Mi, 22/11/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
In this encore presentation of an up close and personal interview, Bob chats with racing star Danica Patrick. Find out how family supports her competitive spirit and why she's excited to become a Go Daddy Girl. Danica tells Bob she's "sick of not winning" and pledges her new team will make the difference. Go Daddy Girl Candice Michelle joins Bob in studio to talk about her "racy," soon-to-be Go Daddy colleague. Plus, hear about Candice's 'cover girl' status and we're not talking Playboy (R).
Mi, 15/11/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
In an Internet-extravaganza, Bob talks with "blogger legend" Robert Scoble about telling it like it is and how that concept helped him get his first big break. The former Microsoft® technical evangelist tells all about his experiences back then and his current adventures in video podcasting. Plus, the Internet's largest seller of adult bedroom toys, MyPleasure.com tells us why education is the key to its success. In this week's Internet Files (TM), engaging and varying opinions about the future of video on the Internet with Attorney Jones, Robert Scoble and a "surprise guest."
Mi, 08/11/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Geek Brief TV "fearless leader" Cali Lewis is in studio telling Bob how she was able to quit the "tyranny of the day job" to become a full-time podcaster. She's got 15 million regular downloads and some major corporate sponsors footing the bills. Find out how she developed the show and where she wants to take the Geek Intelligence Network. Plus, comScore Network® Chairman Gian Fulgoni details the new frontiers on the Web - and why video is only beginning to take hold. Should advertisers view 'net traffic data with suspicion? In Strange Domains -- hear Bob's very own "break up song."
Mi, 01/11/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Kevin Rose & Alex Albrecht toss back beers with Bob and talk about the rise of Internet video & why vidcasts will become the 'minor leagues' for network TV. Find out why Kevin is deflecting Digg.com acquisition offers - interested more in having fun with his project of passion. Then, Bob goes one-on-one with the publisher of a snippy advertising site. Steve Hall tells Bob that the new Go Daddy ads have too much fake boob. Bob gets him to back down -- and updates us about future Super Bowl spots! Plus, What Would Bob Do, Strange Domains and lots of uncensored fun with Kevin, Alex and Nima.
Mi, 25/10/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Bob tackles asinine art and knavish maids - oh la, la! First up is French Maid TV! Bob finds out why their advertising strategy is so very hot & how viral marketing is developing into mainstream business. From there, Bob contains his laughter long enough to chat with Butt Print Artist Stan Murmur. Learn how video helped Stan's fabulous fanny art gain fame! Find out which of Stan's "brushes" extend painting costs. And in The Internet Files, our own Atty. Jones and Bob discuss Go Daddy's fight on behalf of Internet users when it comes to ICANN, Congress & the proposed .com agreement.
Mi, 18/10/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Bob's back from Zimbabwe - with stories of lions, mosquitoes & tsetse flies. Find out about his 21-day safari & why he's still popping anti-malaria pills. Bob talks with the man behind PageMaker® & Visio®. He tells Bob about world-changing innovations and how acquisitions encouraged a new venture. Then, the president of Zipcar® gets quizzed by Bob about neighborhood cars. In Strange Domains, Bob talks about BugsGoneWild.com - these creepy crawlies will kill you, even out of Africa! And in The Internet Files, Bob reviews the latest industry news - and talks more about life in Zimbabwe.
Mi, 11/10/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Consumers spend $8 billion annually on video games. The founder of GameFly.com talks about gamers and how businesses can tap into this huge market. Gamers aren't who you might expect -- girls and adults are playing more than ever. And from gamers to games -- we hear from the founder of PicksPal.com about why his customers are paying to get advice on who will win the big game. For fun, bragging rights or other "endeavors," we hear how this site is reaching men by connecting sports and ego. Plus, Bob helps a landscaper mow down competitors through superior service, in What Would Bob Do.
Mi, 04/10/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Find out how a CEO blog can help your company connect with customers - and fend off bad PR. The founder of the Blog Business Summit tells us why companies should focus on providing a "customer benefit" via a blog. Charity can help businesses - and not just at tax time. The executive director of CharityNavigator.com talks about the benefits of entrepreneurs supporting nonprofits and how charities can be vetted for financial prudence. In Strange Domains, we find out about a man tracking the errors of the world's media at RegretTheError.com. Plus: Best of the Blog and a classic What Would Bob Do.
Mi, 27/09/2006 - 09:00 | by t-lautner.com
Become.com has created a new way to help shoppers research, find and buy both online and in local stores. Hear how a veteran entrepreneur shunned retirement to launch this new venture and why every online business should be looking beyond English-speaking markets. At Federated Media' they're working to make blogging pay. Find out why companies are bravely entering blog advertising and what makes a blog attractive to marketers. In Strange Domains, GasBuddy helps you get a good deal at the pump. Plus: Best of the Blog and What Would Bob Do. Bob's office furniture isn't what you might expect.