The Information Diet: RomiCast Episode 2

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In this second episode of the RomiCast series of audio conversations, Romi Mahajan reviews The Information Diet by Clay Johnson, published by O’Reilly Media.

The Information Diet is an interesting book that draws an analogy between the information we consume in contemporary society and the food we consume.  Romi gave the book a positive review and has some specific areas of constructive criticism.

If you didn’t catch Romi’s first podcast episode on the idea of cooperative market research, it’s here in a post called “Stick it to the Boss.”

Also, don’t miss Romi’s written book review of The Information Diet.

Click here to get this episode in iTunes.

Click here to access the podcast file directly.

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About Romi Mahajan

Romi Mahajan is a globally-renowned marketer, IT and strategy thinker, and author.

His career is a storied one, including spending 9 years at Microsoft, being the first CMO of Ascentium, a leading digital agency, and founding the KKM Group, a boutique advisory firm focused on strategy and marketing. Romi has also authored two books on marketing: most recently, "To Thine Own Self: Honesty in Marketing".

A prolific writer and speaker, Mahajan lives in Bellevue, WA, with his wife and two kids.