"I've written a few times now about how I'm a fan of Clubhouse because it's an app that attempted something new (namely, an audio chat that feels like an interactive podcast). My favorite convo so far was probably the one with a group of social media influencers who shared some surprisingly candid details about what having influence even means. |
I've now interviewed authors, held a few pitch sessions, and even joined a panel to talk about emerging entrepreneurship. It's a fun, easy, and useful app that takes up a prominent place on my home screen. I've been known to use it while driving around (sometimes doing a reverse commute, hands-free of course) and, in a few cases, dropped in unannounced and joined a few people to chat about publicity for books (like the one I'm working on right now)."
The author also thinks that innovation almost always means building something none of us knew we needed. For him, Clubhouse is like that - and he's a big fan. He says he's found new connections, learned a thing or two about book authorship and discovered new products after his pitch sessions.
He acknowledges Hotline may even improve on the original, but does the author have a point? Will Facebook ultimately produce a less innovative app?