Episode 277: BL and David discuss the hacked presidential seal that satirizing 45 as a Russian puppet during a recent speech; a brilliantly creative LinkedIn post that illustrates the power of breaking expectations; OpenAI’s technology that is too dangerous to release; the Washington Post’s securing and publishing of the DEA database that tracks prescription opioid shipments; an AI app that turns your photo into a Renaissance portrait; the emerging career of audio book narration; MailChimp and Vice teaming up on Second Acts; illustrations imagining high tech brands as retro technology; House Wine and Cheez-Its in a box; Influencer scamming; Representative Tulsi Gabbard’s Google Gimmick; and much, much more.
Episode 223: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discuss bulletproof vests for kids; the growing Cambridge Analytica Scandal involves Plantir and Peter Thiele; driving a car with VR; brands on HQ Trivia; long-forms audio; Google image optimization; Google Lens comes to iOS; a Boring development; the mountain of data you gave away to Google and Facebook will blow your mind; Desperately Seeking Counsel on Craig’s List; no more Lytro; a social network with no humans allowed; …and much, much more.
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 killing of Cecil the Lion by Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer and the online outrage that ensued; more predictions of Google+’s demise (even Hitler reacts); Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking’s warning of a robot arms race; Google 360 movies; the a thrash metal God Particle; universal Internet access; Amazon’s Launchpad; AP’s YouTube archive; Rhino Cams; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.