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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by arn, Apr 7, 2007.
Very original marketing site for a book.
thats just about ingenious. i might buy it simply based off of your link. thanks for sharing arn.
yep... it's rare that these sort of sites are so entertaining.
That's really impressive. I wish I had thought of it.
Maybe we should make a MacRumors version ...surely a front page story written like that would attract some new readers.
That was the best, and only, book preview website I have ever seen.
That was cool, made me wanted to read the book which I suppose it is meant to.
Fantastic! It might just break my three year reading drought.
Oh my gosh! She's in "Me and You and Everyone We know!" I love that movie.
She also wrote and directed it. Haven't seen it yet - it's in my Netflix queue.
Very interesting concept. Not sure if I'll get the book just because of the website, but I am intrigued.
That was awesome,
A board room full of jerks in khakis and sipping expressos couldn't have come up with a better viral site than that.
I can't say that I was that impressed with the site, I do know of the author though. I believe she was on the Pro section of apple.com.
That a great website very orignal.
I have no idea what the book is actually about, but I still want to read it...
I love the website, but am I the only one who doesn't get enticed to purchase the book because of it?
Very nice website, these sort of sites are "frowned upon" because it doesn't have any buttons besides previous/next. But it made me look through it twice.
She has really beautiful hands.
I know I'm not as sophisticated as the rest of you guys, but I didn't see anything interesting or special about that site at all.
I loved the site and based on the site I would buy her book. Kudos to her!
Sweet idea for a website.
What can I say, she convinced me. Well, the title convinced me first .
I'll order the book from Amazon once I'm in Germany in May.
Gotta be patient...
Cool site, she has a really nice actual website too. And yes, she is in the Final Cut Pro section @ Apple.com/Software.
.. Only I still don't know what the book is about