Each of the panelists were asked by our moderator, Jeremy Liew, to write a haiku explaining their business. I wish I had written them all down because they were entertaining. Alec Jeong, of CoolIris, had arguably the best haiku. But he had some help from his wife, who is Japanese. I don't think any of us had any previous experience writing haikus, and we were all pushed out of our comfort zone. Some of the haikus were literal. Some were funny. Some were thought-provoking.
Here is what I came up with for Alexa. (It is best to say these slowly and thoughtfully...)
This site is obscureAnybody else care to give it a try? Write a haiku about your business or about Alexa. Here are the rules. The first line is 5 syllables, the second is 7, and the third is 5. For examples and other subtleties regarding haikus check out the Wikipedia entry for Haiku.
Can I get some more info?
I'll try Alexa
Post yours in the comments. Our comments are moderated, so make it good. I'll pick the winner and kick in a million free 125X125 ad impressions on Alexa (a $3,000 value.)