UX of advertising at BayChi tomorrow

The upcoming BayCHI panel on UX of Advertisinglooks really cool! A great line-up of folks:
Jeremy Liew, Lightspeed,
Ted Rheingold, Dogster,
Joe Hurd, VideoEgg,
Heath Row, DoubleClick
are going to be talking about the user experience of advertising. It’s been on my mind a lot lately. I’m interesting especially in whether Flash can be used to make advertising LESS annoying.
Plus the Dogster guy will be there. Dogster cracks me up, the fact that a social networking site for dogs is a massively succesful site is probably a sign of the apocalypse.

2 thoughts on “UX of advertising at BayChi tomorrow

  1. Jason Fincanon October 8, 2007 / 2:13 pm

    “…whether Flash can be used to make advertising LESS annoying.”
    That’s actually part of the point to my book ( http://www.flashadbook.com ). Sorry if this reply seems like spam, but the subject was on my mind as well… so much so that I went ahead and wrote an entire book about it. ;o)

  2. Ted Rheingold October 30, 2007 / 12:26 pm

    Ha ha and woof!
    Hi Jonathan, I just saw this posting. My parents always told me I’d do big things. I don’t think hastening the apocalypse was what they were hoping for ;>
    I hope you see now that what’s happening is due to the fact that *so many people use the internet* that even a relatively focused topic can still be meaningful to millions of people. It’s really quite stunning to us too.
    Hope the event was worth it to you.

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