My holiday this year was a bit more off the beaten track than usual. I can’t say Laos provided any great revelations about interactive marketing — it’s nowhere near that point of development. What was mesmerizing was the never-ending display of brands — and off brands — in the local markets.
I wish I’d spoken enough of the language to learn whether or not the YongWei iPod mini headphones were outselling “Apple’s” version.
And I’ll long regret being way too big to fit into this Power Points Rangers t-shirt for my next conference presentation. If you’re in the audience, would you please just pretend I’ve got it on?
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