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Connected Comedy Podcast Episode 20: Why Would Anyone Read A Book Of Tweets?

October 31, 2012

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On the “massive brainstorm” episode of the podcast, Josh Spector, Jordan Cooper and Chelcie Rice discuss getting in the habit of making something, focusing on things that are actionable, shipping a minimum viable product, repurposing content for different mediums and inevitably learning from failure.

In addition, we reflect on the mission and purpose of Connected Comedy, share some podcast stats, highlight community management issues with forums and go on a lengthy brainstorming session for humorous products that includes greeting cards, thank you notes, compilation albums, and comedians reviewing cooking recipes.

Links from this episode:
Joe O’Hare – Website
The Ten, Make That Nine, Habits of Very Organized People. Make That Ten. – Steve Martin
20 Tips On How To Be A “Successful” Business Or Marketing Guru [Jordan Cooper]
Tiny Letter
Minimum Viable Product [Wikipedia]
The Oatmeal
XKCD
Blubrry – Podcast Stats

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