I’m on Meerkat: The Cyclist and the Donkey


Cyclist and the Donkey

I’m not always ahead of the curve, but I really do feel that live streaming is the next cool thing to take over the social world as we know it.

Meerkat and Periscope have been going head to head to determine which will be the king of this new platform, and because my man Gary Vaynerchuk is hip on Meerkat….so am I.

A couple days ago, I asked all of you if you’d tune into a live streaming show called “the cyclist and the donkey”.  There was enough of you who thought it would be cool, which was enough for me.

I shot the first episode late afternoon yesterday, and although only 1 person tuned in to the live action….I’m determined to make it a hot show.  Come on, how much competition can there be out there.  I’m currently the number one live streaming show about a cyclist and his donkey.  Hahahaha.

For the rest of you who missed episode 1 of “The Cyclist and the Donkey”, here it is:

[youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjX–1RvKy0′]

Now that it’s started, I expect all of you to click the live link when you see it show up on Twitter.  If you’re already on Meerkat, add me to your follow list by clicking the Meerkat button above.  If you’re not, download the app now and friend me up.


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One Response to “ I’m on Meerkat: The Cyclist and the Donkey ”

  1. Paul Kirby on April 10, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    “Urban donkey”. Love it. Sorry I missed the live stream. I’ll watch for it.


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