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Monday, July 27, 2009

To discuss a Weekend Update: Visually speaking, it's the king

Do you remember all that social media training I had last week? It's time to show off what I learned.

Here, in a new format (special for this week), is the Weekend Update, highlighting the trip I took with Capricorn to King of Prussia, Pa., site of the largest mall in the country.
Let me know if you like the format (it takes a second to adjust to it), which is from Vuvox. If you hate it, I'll make sure someone is fired on my production staff.
Use your cursor to adjust the speed, and click on all the glowing thingies. They're magical, and contain all the witty banter.



Here's the link to the collage if you have problems viewing it.

13 comments:

kisatrtle said...

very impressive shopping trip. I always get lost in that mall. No trouble finding your car again??? Must just be me.

gracie-mel said...

how can they claim to compete with Mall of America when there's no rollercoaster?? this is America- land of the ridiculous excess for cryin out loud.

but still...I would go in a heartbeat. sigh.

alexis said...

Thanks for going there for me. Now I don't have to ever step foot in Philly!

Andy said...

Kisa- I took a photo of my parking zone number/letter so I wouldn't forget. True story.
Gracie- You would die looking at how amazing this mall is... road trip?
Alexis- You know what makes me not want to step in Philly? That "Parking Wars" show on A&E.

Kellie said...

Wait. Wha??? There is a mall bigger than the Mall of America!?!?! And here I was thinking I lived only 5 minutes away from the largest mall in the US. Damn it.

Sam_I_am said...

If there are two buildings, doesn't that qualify it for a shopping complex and not a shopping mall? or are they connected by some underground tunnel?

Soda and Candy said...

You kids and your technology.
My computer had weird issues with the Vuvox (that sounds dirty, btw) where it wasn't making the little screen wide enough to read everything on it.

Erin said...

Now, that's a mall. I recently experienced the massive shopping that is the Galleria in Houston. It has an ice rink, but no Mongolia.

Amy xxoo said...

Loved the mall Andy but not sure about the Vuvox. My screen wasnt quite wide enough to read to the very edge, and the pausing to read and then speeding up to the next slide wasnt quite my thing either...

But yay for the mall!

Srg said...

Vuvox...hmmm..never heard of it, but it really is like powerpoint on crack. I like all the little glow-y things.

I think I'd need an entire week to properly explore that mall. That and a moving truck to cart it all home!

hautepocket said...

Wait, wait. I thought WE had the largest mall in the country?

Sigh. I no longer have anything to live for.

Children of the 90s said...

As someone who grew up with (at?) Mall of America, I may have to take some issue with that claim. I need my giant malls to include log flumes. Looks fun, though.

Andy said...

Based on commercial space, King of Prussia is supposed to be the largest. Mall of America is largest based on overall space, because it has a freakin' amusement park.

Doesn't matter... we all end up going to Walmart and Target anyway, don't we?

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