9/11 In Five Minutes – Excellent Message Delivery Example For The Attention Deficit Generation

I saw this video earlier and thought it was worthy of embedding here for a few reasons. If you consider how much speculation, argument and literally how many words have been said on this subject, then I think that it is highly educational to examine how one person has managed to encapsulate one side of the argument and many of the most relevant points into a short video.

It’s even more relevant for anyone who is trying to get their message across via the internet in this day and age where publishers are having to try and adapt to the sound-bite attention span of the average internet surfer.

It might well be wise to assume that one of the most valuable skills to posess is the ability to deliver your message in as much of a punchy, brief, accurate and uncluttered manner as possible. Of course, when you are working with the spoken word plus other audio along with images, animations, video clips (the main options available to video publishers) if you can get these to knit together in the most effective way possible in order to accomplish that goal, you win.

In my opinion, this video wins. It gets the message across, holds your attention and concludes before your cup of tea has gone cold.

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One Response to 9/11 In Five Minutes – Excellent Message Delivery Example For The Attention Deficit Generation

  1. strauss kahn says:

    Finally, an issue that I am passionate about. I have looked for information of this caliber for the last several hours. Your site is greatly appreciated.

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