Episode 157: BL and David discuss New York City wifi kiosks go G-rated; iOS 10 bricks lots of iPhones; the dumbest 9/11 brand promo of 2016; emotional reactive #ColorForAll videos; competitive kindness; Harambe and the Minnesota Vikings (huh?!); the FBI directive to go full Mulder; Twitter’s many recent innovations; big changes coming to YouTube; airline safety goes viral; emoji #hashtags; Braille LEGO bricks; the true meaning of “Skol” and much, much more.
Episode 155: BL and David discuss a welcome video to an Illinois teacher’s fourth grade class that went viral; the Kardashian’s lack of sponsor disclosure on their Instagram accounts; President Obama’s venture into virtual reality; WhatsApp’s privacy reversal; YouTube’s social ambitions with Backstage; Vogue’s Photoshop fiasco; Twitter’s portable Direct Messaging; a transgender Ken controversy; Google’s policy of punishable popups; Uber’s lickable breathalizer cards; the WizKid Science YouTube channel; a Minnesota dog that was elected mayor; and much, much more.
During Episode 151 co-hosts BL and David discuss the backlash over Melania Trump’s plagiarism of Michelle Obama’s DNC speech; musicians objecting to the use of their songs by the Trump campaign; an Apple patent for technology that would disable the recording of video, audio and photography on smartphones and tablets; untargeted Donald Trump banner ads; new updates for Facebook Live video; the long-lasting impact of the ALS ice bucket challenge; DoubleClick Native ads; verified Twitter accounts; Michelle Obama’s carpool karaoke; Yelp’s partnership with Pokemon Go; and much, much more.
Episode 148: BL and David discuss Periscope’s moment on the national political stage during the House Democrats’ gun control sit-in; 360fly’s racist video ad; Facebook and YouTube live-streaming updates; Twitter’s new live video streaming button & 140 videos; a robot recall; Lender’s frozen bagels; Apple’s expanded Coding Camp; Pinterest’s new retargetting capabilities; Mark Zuckerberg’s paranoia; Facebook 360 photos; Twitter’s emoji targeting; and much, much more.
Episode 146: BL and David discuss the online reaction to the Orlando nightclub shooting and Donald Trump’s humblebrag tweet; the Gawker bankruptcy case; Axle Rose’s ill-advised reaction to the Fat Axle Rose meme; Adidas’ misspelled ads; advertising fraud and organized crime; Mark Zuckerberg getting hacked; Twitter passwords for sale; Google’s Trust Score replacement for passwords; the first Google Tango phone from Lenovo; Joe Biden’s open letter; John Oliver buying medical debt; Facebook’s vanishing posts; how Twitter is better than Snapchat; Facebook video comments; mock political ads; a Golden Doodle runs a marathon; Twitter Insiders; and much, much more.
During episode 135, co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Mucinex’s spokesnott appearance at JFK airport; the ethical obligations of personal digital assistants; Nike’s Back To The Future sneakers; Dunkin’ Donuts pistachio coffee; the drone racing trend; Google’s nofollow dictum; the disappearance of Honey Nut Cheerios’ bee mascot; Medium Collections; Keith Richards vs Donald Trump; an update on AlphaGo; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Episode 133: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Google’s new Posts content type; both good and bad emoji campaigns; a fake New York Times political news story favoring Bernie Sanders; Amazon encryption backtracking; Jimmy Kimmel on Donald Trump; Facebook Live Video visibility; the #ShareTheLoad campaign; Facebook Instant Articles newsletter signups; Always’ #LikeAGirl campaign; the evolution of social media policies; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the standoff between Apple and the FBI; the social media storm ignited by a Ted Cruz Photoshopping attempt; Marco Rubio’s mistaken shoreline; the New Yorker coming to life on Amazon Prime; Facebook Instant Articles for all; Donald Trump’s Mexican jobs; Facebook’s new video metrics; Cape Breton’s tourism campaign; an anti-smoking PSA; Twitter’s Direct Messaging videos & Gif search; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Intuit QuickBook’s generous gift of a Super Bowl ad; a press release from hell; Google Glass’ disappearing act; Tweets out of context; URL keywords as commentary; MailChip’s late Eep URL shortening “service”; Donald Trump; Tony the Tiger and his furry friends; Google search quality meetings; SurveyMonkey’s excellent customer service; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.