Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Going Live!

The time has come to unleash the DVDOG.com.au website on the world.

In the next few weeks DVDOG will be launching the website where you can sign up to get membership and get info and updates on your favorite DVD's CD's and extra gear.

Also the first few sign ups will get special offers like you've never seen!!!!

See you soon on the net........


DVDOG

Monday, September 06, 2004

Seth Godin is my Mentor

Seth Godin's blog is my first website of the day.

When I first read his book Unleashing the Ideavirus, I couldn't sleep all night, and I was up all night writing.

Now after reading his latest, Free Prize Inside, the internal craze has started again with my efforts to launch DVDOG, continue at the current job, build the extension and have a baby.

Australia is so slow in picking up amazing authors like Seth but so amazing at producing entrepreneurs that have a way of putting spin on even the oldest or newest of products.

The other thing that kills me is that people like Seth can't get here to tell us of their amazing insights.
Well I guess I have to make a million and go and see him!!!

Tuesday, August 03, 2004


The Revolution has a Name! Posted by Hello

World Domination

8 to 4 is such a drag!

Do I plan on world domination?

I think the revolutionary thing about DVDOG is that members can actually make more money than I do, which ties into my new Robin Hood Principle where I take market share from the rich (which really makes me happy because it pisses them off ....;)), and give it to the people who have made them rich in the first place.

I read Joi Ito's blog every day, and I love the fact that some online companies are going full circle with their thinking and giving people the opportunity to use Creative Commons licensing to allow people to share knowledge and their lifelong abitions to further the internet.

This brings me to the issue of piracy and downloadable music.

I don't endorse piracy but I don't belive that it does affect the sale of DVD's or CD's.
There has been so much research on this to prove this fact and I will post more links later.

After all, millions of DVD-R discs arn't being used to copy weddings or family events and who gets 10% of the sales in taxes???


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