Yes, you read that title right. And yes, I do mean MC Hammer as in the ‘U Can’t Touch This’ 90s guy responsible for an entire decade of really, really bad trousers.
It seems that MC Hammer feels his ‘talents’ are far more suited to helping the world find what it wants online than they are to the world of music these days. As a lover of music, I breathe a sigh of relief. As a lover of the Internet, I quiver in terror.
But curiosity got the better of me and I went over to http://www.wiredoo.com to sign up for early access when it’s available. Purely in the name of research, of course.
I hope they’ll be improving that Word Art logo before launch. It’s just a little, erm, 90s looking. Deliberate, maybe?
Anyway, there’s not a great deal to see there yet but I couldn’t help but notice the somewhat odd page title.
Am I one of what?
We’ll let you know and share some screenshots as soon as we get to have a look around, of course!
It’s Hammer time!!!! (Sorry)!
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Stacey joined us in 2009 as a junior copywriter; now she’s a recognised figure on the global speaking circuit, having wowed audiences in the UK, Europe and US – including at MozCon 2014. She leads our search team and works with clients to deliver high-level campaign strategies.Visit Stacey's Page
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