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Later this week, The Codebreakers take a deeper look at why “Frozen” in particular, but also Disney Princesses in…

Later this week, The Codebreakers take a deeper look at why “Frozen” in particular, but also Disney Princesses in general, have been such a powerful and successful thing.  As always, tune in to see if there are lessons to be learned for making your own content and marketing more memetic, and more viral…

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The Codebreakers tackle the latest incarnation(s) of  the Princess Paradigm this Wednesday, Dec. 10th at 10a Mountain / 9a Pacific / 12p Eastern. 

As with many Disney films, Frozen is the story of princesses who live in a world dramatically different from ours. They face hard times, but survive them with pluck and good humor….and the inevitably perfect hair 😉

The emblematic song “Let It Go” has gotten close to a cumulative 1 billion YouTube views (over several versions) and let’s not even mention the multitude of merchandise that is coming out “just in time for the holidays.”

Clearly, there’s something here that resonates with tons of people. But what is it?

Does our desire for happily ever after, rainbows and unicorns, and pretty pink castles help things go viral? Is this because women are making most of the buying decisions, or because today’s parents have a hard time saying “no” in general? Is it harmless and fun, or has the fight for equality between the sexes been undermined by this tradition?

Join us as we discuss the Princess Paradigm and what makes it a viral force to reckon with in our culture.

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Meet the #CodeBreakers :

(In alphabetical order)

  Alexandra Riecke-Gonzales 

Super Power -> Communication

Ammon Johns  

Super Powers-> Strategist, Visibility Control, Protector of Lawns

Amy Harrison 

Super Power -> Humor, Wordsmith 

 Christopher Vogelmann 

Super Power -> Engagement, Funnies and Gamification

 Craig Calvert 

Super Power -> Psychology and Psychometrics 

David Wells    

Super Power -> Philosophical and Sociological Analysis

 DENNIS N. DUCE 

Super Power -> Engagement, Creativity, and Misspelling 

G+: http://goo.gl/G6Nrj5

 Eric Enge 

Super Power -> Data Analysis 

Gina Fiedel 

Super-Powers -> Perception, Vision-creation

Michael Sutton

Super Power -> Entrepreneurship 

 Nicholas Cardot 

Super Power -> #psywarrior  

 Phil Bowyer 

Super Power -> Rule-breaking!

 Stephanie Sims 

Super Power -> The Number Whisperer

#PandemicCode  

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The Codebreakers tackle the latest incarnation(s) of  the Princess Paradigm this Wednesday, Dec.

The Codebreakers tackle the latest incarnation(s) of  the Princess Paradigm this Wednesday, Dec. 10th at 10a Mountain / 9a Pacific / 12p Eastern. 

As with many Disney films, Frozen is the story of princesses who live in a world dramatically different from ours. They face hard times, but survive them with pluck and good humor….and the inevitably perfect hair 😉

The emblematic song “Let It Go” has gotten close to a cumulative 1 billion YouTube views (over several versions) and let’s not even mention the multitude of merchandise that is coming out “just in time for the holidays.”

Clearly, there’s something here that resonates with tons of people. But what is it?

Does our desire for happily ever after, rainbows and unicorns, and pretty pink castles help things go viral? Is this because women are making most of the buying decisions, or because today’s parents have a hard time saying “no” in general? Is it harmless and fun, or has the fight for equality between the sexes been undermined by this tradition?

Join us as we discuss the Princess Paradigm and what makes it a viral force to reckon with in our culture.

Mobile: 

YouTube: 

Google+: 

Meet the #CodeBreakers :

(In alphabetical order)

  Alexandra Riecke-Gonzales 

Super Power -> Communication

Ammon Johns  

Super Powers-> Strategist, Visibility Control, Protector of Lawns

Amy Harrison 

Super Power -> Humor, Wordsmith 

 Christopher Vogelmann 

Super Power -> Engagement, Funnies and Gamification

 Craig Calvert 

Super Power -> Psychology and Psychometrics 

David Wells    

Super Power -> Philosophical and Sociological Analysis

 DENNIS N. DUCE 

Super Power -> Engagement, Creativity, and Misspelling 

G+: http://goo.gl/G6Nrj5

 Eric Enge 

Super Power -> Data Analysis 

Gina Fiedel 

Super-Powers -> Perception, Vision-creation

+Michael Sutton

Super Power -> Entrepreneurship 

 Phil Bowyer 

Super Power -> Rule-breaking!

 Stephanie Sims 

Super Power -> The Number Whisperer

#PandemicCode