posted on Nov, 5 2007 @ 09:25 PM
reply to post by GradyPhilpott
I support that notion 100%. I might also point out that there was "much unsaid". TAN would seem to have some links to TV, print, and a variety of
other pre-existing formats. I can't say it's a revolution, I can't say it is not... it's a type of beginning that views the traditional media
hierarchy a bit differently.
This thread has demonstrated the wide variety of possibilities in near-to-market technologies that could be in one future. I am excited that much
wasn't said. SkepticOverlord spoke of a plan out into 2008 and beyond.
I like that TV was mentioned (but we almost never watch). Live Events are I guess my fav. The Clifford Stone documents are of some interest and by the
sounds of it the "ATS Book" is "in the pipe". The ecosystem will "reach out" to those who are perhaps not so aware. That's good and a potential
revolution in itself. Belzer and Ice T and G.G ("Aflack") are perfect associates for the site... particularly in their opinions and their voice in
the larger world.
If one really wants a "Ferrari" website with all the latest bells and whistles one must find a way to make that happen sustainably; that takes
resources and partners.
This change in the conceptual model of monetizing an endeavor is quite new. Jim Marrs comments on "many heads" was not lost here. I had no idea
there was an office in Oklahoma or the two other locations. That's good for biz.
This was not what I had expected. I'm glad.
AD looked smashing! :up;
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