>> You know, brand is not just your logo or
>> your website.
>> It’s so much more than that.
>> Yeah, I mean, it’s also which font you
>> use on your business cards.
>> And the color scheme of your home page.
>> Right, right, right.
>> And the t-shirt you wear.
>> Branding is, deeply tribal.
>> If you have a laptop that’s got an Apple
>> logo on it, I’m gonna know that we’re
>> You know, you’re also cool.
>> And listen to NPR.
>> And are a failed artist.
>> In a coffee shop.
>> Working on a screen play.
>> Well, I grew up in a neopagan household,
>> worshiping Norse gods.
>> And a lot of people don’t know the word
>> brand comes
>> from the old Norse word, brandur, which
>> means to burn by fire.
>> Yeah, and when it comes to branding,
>> you gotta say, the Vikings really nailed
>> That and nailed it.
>> I mean when you think of Scandinavians
>> who you
>> know rape and pillage and invade people,
>> who comes to mind?
>> yes, it’s true.
>> We’ve been in the news for lay offs and
>> for not having
>> any revenue and for hiring dwarfs to play
>> leprechauns at our conference.
>> I mean the number problem in the tech
>> world is not getting any attention.
>> So, really all those things are already a
>> Good press, bad press, press,
>> Your brand needs a likable personality to
>> appeal to users.
>> That’s why I tell people Vooza is like
>> Ryan Gossling like, you know,
>> have a personality attached to the brand
>> so, you know people think of us.
>> They think we’re dark and mysterious.
>> And, you know, we’re a criminal but, you
>> know, we’re doing
>> it for the girl who lives next door who’s
>> got a kid.
>> And we’re not even having sex with her.
>> We just, you know, care about what
>> We’re That’s just Drive.
>> That’s the, that is the plot to Drive.
>> It’s Vooza.
>> It’s the plot to Vooza.
>> But it, it’s also, that is also Drive.
>> I, I didn’t see that movie.
>> I saw it, I’ve seen it twice.
>> It’s just how I imagine Vooza to be.
>> But you’re always playing the
>> That’s just some 80s synthesizer music
>> I like to listen to while I work.
>> What’s the name of that movie again, I
>> should check it out.
>> Let me put that on my Netflix queue.
>> So let’s do a little word association,
>> okay what
>> adjectives come to mind, when I name the
>> following companies?
>> Weird bread.
>> Pumpkin spice latte.
>> US Weekly.
>> Goldmann Sachs.
>> Future husband.
>> Really good meatballs.
>> I don’t know.
>> That’s our brand.