Inman TV

I've been enjoying Inman TV, the series of Youtube based broadcasts that Inman News has been developing. Noah at UrbanDigs compiled the Inman TV list of blogger interviews and I myself finally found the link to the interview I did with Brad a few weeks ago... it had been Youtubed on May 31. Last week, Brad had also mentioned the mythical video was up and jested that I had somehow  figured out the art of looking into the camera... here it is:

Related article mentioned in broadcast: Broker Website of the Future


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  • 6/17/2007 8:50 AM Joe from VideoHomes wrote:
    Pat you've got a very effective writing style but I have to admit that I more enjoyed actually seeing and hearing you. This video now has supplied me with more of a context behind Transparent Real Estate. I second Brad’s comment about you being very comfortable behind the camera. The video medium fits you well, let’s see more of it!
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    1. 6/20/2007 10:09 PM Pat Kitano wrote:
      Pardons, the comments for this article were inadvertently deleted by this Quickblog application when the comment spam were deleted. I've reconstructed the comments here:

      Thanks for all your kind words!

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    2. 6/20/2007 11:15 PM Pat Kitano wrote:
      Thanks Joe! Video is obviously a self conscious medium... it's hard to gauge how the public sees it...  and feedback like that makes a Father's Day!
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  • 6/20/2007 11:13 PM Terry Smith wrote:
    Ahhh! the man behind the words, I enjoyed this also and so glad you are helping the brokers - they need it! Happy Father's Day! You come across as sincere and handsome.
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    1. 6/20/2007 11:14 PM Pat Kitano wrote:
      Thanks so much Terry...

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