Culture Design Group
May 27, 2008
Hey, it’s only been 5 1/2. Don’t lie.
Giving up the control is tough, but if companies can work *with* users, they might just find themselves with an entire choir of evangelists singing their praises across the web.
Do not underestimate the power of the couch potato.
So fucking true, Hugh. The couch potato is the career I aspire to do. Until then I’ll continue punching those coworkers in the face who dare enter my cube and/or try to start a conversation about personal matters while at work… Haha. Ahhh, I feel strangely better now… ;o)
Amen, Vero. Hugh, you’ve effectively captured the frustration I’ve seen in the corporate world…although I’d say many companies would be happy to understand their customers this well. Most couldn’t tell you whether their customers would even like to have sex, let alone when it last happened or whether they’re online.
I think that’s one of your funniest cartoons ever.
hugh, you wanker! have you returned stateside..?
Reminds me of Peter Drucker – it is the customer who defines what a business is – I think even computer geeks will understand your cartoon, cheers 🙂
Does that mean, as a corollary, that if I stop having sex I will eventually control The Conversation also?
Hilarious! Awesome! And so bloody true! You are expressing the sentiments felt by so many companies trying to market their products & services over the internet – who and where is my customer. Keep up the good work!
It seems like the folks who don’t have sex talk the most. Whenever someone prattles on and on I often think, “Man, he needs to get laid.” Scary that it’s these people who control the virtual conversation.
Whats sex? Im too busy reading your excellent cartoons or blogging about travel companies who cant be arsed to communicate with consumers!