Episode 181: BL and David discuss Walmart Cinema; Your Browsing History For Sale and how to protect your Internet privacy; the TrumpTweetBot; John Oliver’s Green Zebras; Premium Twitter rumored, the YouTube Revolt; the LEGO instant camera; Trending LinkedIn; smelling like Kitten Fur, or snow; Traffic lights for phones; the #ItsOnUs campaign to end rape culture; getting out of Hangover Hell; April the Giraffe Still Pregnant AF; Facebook Pisses Business Off (Again)…and much, much more.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the racist response to Old Navy’s multiracial ad; the hijacking of Comcast Cares Day; a Norway minister ridiculed for a PR stunt gone bad; a Windows 10 upgrade that interrupted the weather; Wendy’s 444 news channel; LinkedIn’s new freelancer and college grad features; Twitter changing it’s category in the app store; Sony’s smart contact lenses; a BO detector app; Silicon Valley; President Obama’s last White House Correspondents Dinner; the recycled crayons; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the fallout over the Ashley Madison hack; real-time tweets in Google desktop search; bid a fond farewell to the real-life Batman; the Straight Outta meme; McDonald’s viral photo poach; buzzwords to ban; Comcast’s Watchable; Josh Groban’s singable Trump tweets; real-life tweets on Twitter; Bloomberg’s social media brand ratings; predictive photography; Mastercard’s SelfiePay; Boston Dynamics’ robot takes a stroll through the woods; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed GoDaddy’s recently-pulled puppy Super Bowl commercial; Comcast’s customer service department antagonizing customers; an online bullying incident that spirals out of control; and a lot more.
Episode 77 co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discuss the North Korea’s hacking of Sony; Amazon’s British fire sale, and much more.
This episode: Comcast’s customer service call from hell, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited and Greenpeace brandjacks LEGOs.