Friday, March 31, 2006
Open Thread: What does a viral communications consultant do?
I'm scratching my head over this one: Catymology Central received an email from a human who bills himself as a "Viral Communications Consultant."
It sounds dangerous, doesn't it? (Luckily I've had my shots.)
What do you think a Viral Communications Consultant does?
Please weigh in with a comment.
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They advise the viruses on how to improve their PR image. Let's face it, those viruses (biological and technological) face a bum rap. Always being accused of either wiping out entire populations or destroying legions of hard-drives. What is a hard-working virus to do? They too have a life a lead. Besides, they provide a valuable service by creating jobs with the title of Viral Communications Consultant. In these times of layoffs and offshoring, is that not a laudable virtue?