As the world’s first self-proclaimed “Cyber-Satirist”, Bob Hirschfeld once inadvertently caused a global alarm as result of a column he wrote about a spoof email virus. Bob’s imaginary virus supposedly kept returning a sender’s message until all the mistakes in spelling and grammar were corrected. Companies didn’t realize it was satire and feared this could actually halt their email communications.
Bob has lampooned business and technology at hundreds of conferences for over a decade for major companies and associations. His impact as a satirist was featured in Newsweek and profiled in The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
Bob’s humor has appeared on the op-ed pages of the The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and USA Today. For several years he was a contributing writer to Jay Leno for “The Tonight Show.” In fact, Jay calls Bob “one of the top satirists in the country.”
Bob takes a humorous look at the challenges of business, technology and sustainability with his own style of “stand-up with a laptop” comedy.
Funny Business: Satire on Technology and Business
Lampoons Social Media, Time Management Mobile and Cloud Computing
Funny Yet Motivational Content on Sustainabillity
List of Past Clients
- National Chamber of Commerce
- State Farm
- ERA Real Estate
- Cox Communications
- Mortgage Bankers Association