This is a lot of fun…
I am a huge Dropbox fan. This is a fairly cool video about a Hack Week put on at the company.
I was sitting with Lisa at a local coffee shop. She was working on a new Newsletter (for her awesome business, GetConnected Communications) We were talking about how to get Mailchimp’s default templates customized… at first glance it doesn’t behave the way we thought it should… I decided, even though it was a holiday, to submit a ticket to the Mailchimpilicious Support team.
Amazingly, in a few minutes I get a response from Abby in Mailchimp Support Central… It says, you want to customize, we got your email template downloads right here.
Arms in the air, victory! It takes just a few minutes in Dreamweaver the make the changes.
Lisa says, “Abby is your new BFF.”
You can guess what I did now, I’m sure. I send a response, declaring Mailchimp Support my new BFF.
Abby responds saying what kind of BFF would she be if she didn’t send me a T-Shirt.
Schaweet! I’ve been secretly coveting a Mailchimp T-Shirt since they were announced. I exchange personals and logistics… then a few days later…
I have my very own Mailchimp T-Shirt. You can be jealous now.
I like these rules for email and will be doing my best to follow them. Click on the image to visit the site for more information.
Some of this is very cool, but I’d be concerned that I’d hit others by accident. This might lead to a new out break of slap-by-Powerpoint…
Either way, I’ll be all over this when it becomes semi-affordable.
The company is Oblong Industries, the product is Mezzanine, and their new user interface platform is known as g-speak.
This is a corporate demonstration. The assets shown: desks, laptops, offices, meeting rooms, etc. are way too clean, but I like to think that the future holds such things as clean workspaces as a given.