Dot Com Lunch – First Pho of 2014 Edition

Welcome to the first Dot Com Lunch of 2014! We’ll be mixing things a bit in the new year. For one, this episode was filmed using a Panasonic GM1 and Lumix G 20mm F1.7 lens. The results are pretty amazing, especially when you take the price into account.

On this new year’s edition of the Dot Com Lunch, we show you how to never forget your SD card, Marie goes from cheap chicken soup to a $12 mega meal, I invite you to the biggest Affiliate Summit party in the world, and Oscar gives you tips to make 2014 your best blogging year ever.

Anyone is welcome to join us for the Dot Com Lunch. Join our Dot Com Lifestyle meetup group to find the time and location of the next event. We hope to see you in 2014!

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9 thoughts on “Dot Com Lunch – First Pho of 2014 Edition”

  1. Ryley Kade says:

    That $12 mega meal sure is a mega deal!! Looks delicious and looks like a good amount of food for only 12 dollars. I’ve never been to an affiliate party before. Seems like it would be fun. Also they seem to be having a lot of hip hop artists at it which would be pretty cool!

  2. Y8pad says:

    Good video, thank you John!

  3. Hello John,

    Thanks for the kind invitation. I’m pretty sure this meeting would involve more knowledge to make more mega dough, more connections to make even bigger dough.

    Do I need to be asked if I’m in?

    Always,
    Terungwa

  4. I. C. Daniel says:

    Looks delicious like always!

  5. Martijn says:

    looks great especially the cocktail.

  6. faisal says:

    Why do you change cameras so frequently John?

    1. John Chow says:

      I just like trying new toys.

  7. Alex Kim says:

    Thanks for sharing this video. The food looked really good!

  8. Hey JohnChow, Great post as usual! The Dot Com Lunch sounds like a lot of fun. Not sure If I’ll have the chicken soup though. Very good video and great photos. Look forward to the next one.

    Take care,
    Ethan Poltrack
    http://www.earntodayonline.net

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