advertising execs pay big money to see some teens

Kind of funny. A little bit ridiculous. A bunch of marketing geeks likely pay an expensive conference fee, to see an important panel discussion about media habits.

Legendary VC superstar Guy Kawasaki shows up with six teens - and asks them to respond to questions like "What is your use of MySpace?" and "Do you play video games?" It's funny to see a bunch of executives watching teens like animals in a zoo. I suppose this is a great way for Guy to illustrate some points to an audience that isn't aware of this audience. Maybe they've been buried in research or marketing plans so deep, they forgot what their audience looks like. Or how to ask them questions themselves. Funny. Don't let this happen to you.

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