Episode 230: BL and David discuss Mary Meeker’s 2018 Internet Trends Report; Trump’s Unconstitutional Twitter blocking; GDPR as a sleep aid; Google DoubleClick’s new programmatic audio advertising option; Ambien maker Sanofi’s snarky newsjacking of the Roseanne Barr story; Facebook’s influencer search engine; YouTube’s new sharing options; agency lawsuits; Amazon Alexa spying; horrible headlines; Google goes evil; rebooting routers; …and much, much more.
Episode 214: David discusses Sarah Silverman’s compassionate response to a Twitter troll; Life Time Fitness’ decision to ban cable news; the Wellness VR platform pilot program in a senior living facility; Google’s audio-realistic text-to-speech technology; Firefox’s plans to shame insecure sites; Cadbury’s Willy Wonka white chocolate cream eggs; Apple’s long-awaited podcast analytics; Twitter’s video views; Facebook Ad Manager rules; the massive hardware security flaw that has effected all computer processors; a fatal swatting incident; Ajit Pai’s no-show at the Computer Electronics Show; and much, much more.
Episode 208: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed the shadow sub-domain hacking of the Trump organization; LinkedIn’ video advertising trial; a Twitter bot-hunting bot; David’s Movember challenge begins; VR for PTSD; a Virtual Museum; Reddit’s nicewashing; Facebook’s problems overseas; Facebook’s declining organic visibility; Google Drive gets parked; an app that listens to your clunking automobile; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.
On Episode 207, BL and David discuss the top ten marketing screw ups they’ve covered for 2017, among them United Airlines beating up a passenger and Pepsi appropriating the Black Lives Matter movement.
Episode 206: BL and David discuss the #MeToo movement’s impact; a brilliant dot takeover; Barack Obama’s hip hop Presidential portrait; the Jane Austin role playing game from a former Second World developer; locking down Google for security; The Rock’s creative empire; Google search surprises; buff Jeff Bezos’ PR coup; craptastic towns of New Zealand provoke death threats; the voice ad challenge for brands; deceptive NFL advertising..and much, much more.
Episode 201: Co-hosts BL Ochman and David Erickson discuss a hilarious parody of the new $1200+ iPhoneX; millions Equifaxed by the mother of all data breaches; riding out Hurricane Irma with Richard Branson; detested Martin Shkreli Screwed; the Russian back door; Bothies; BBC’s interactive radio theater; Twitter’s tweetstorm feature; Brand websites beating retail; the Great Bodega Controversy of 2017; BuzzFeed’s banner ads; the black market for Instagram checks; plus cool new apps…and much, much more.
Episode 194: Co-hosts BL Ochman and David Erickson discuss Macklemore’s “Glorious” Grandmother goes viral; YouTube’s 360 degree heatmaps; Trump’s nasty lawyer; Google’s content algorithms; LinkedIn’s content insights; crowdsourcing the 2017 eclipse; the Internet’s most hated ads and much, much more.
Episode 184: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Facebook’s live video problems; the Juicero press test; Minnesota cops celebrate 4/20 Day; Google’s talentless drawing app; the personalization of Google Home; branded Easter eggs; Steve Ballmer’s USA Facts; a potential Google ad-blocker; An Inconvenient Tooth; Facebook getting Instant Articles pushback; a false twins story; a scary phishing expedition; …and much, much more.
Episode 178: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed the fearless girl facing off with the Wall Street Bull; Spotify’s play for podcasts; Twitter’s egg filter; Amazon’s growing advertising business; the testing trolls comment solution; voice IP Alexa calls; YouTube’s similarity algorithm; WikiLeaks as Russia’s useful fool; ISP’s browsing your browsing history; Trump’s International Women’s Day tweets; no press access for you!; HBO’s Facbook Live meltdown;…and much, much more.
Episode 163: BL and David discuss Justin Timberlake’s voting booth selfie; the massive Distributed Denial of Service attack that crippled the Internet; Miss Iceland’s withdrawal from a beauty pageant over body shaming; Twitter’s decision to shut down the Vine app; Facebook’s problem with cats; LinkedIn’s update of the Endorsement and Skills algorithm; Budweiser’s self-driving beer run; fake NASA livestreams; Google’s declaration of a mobile-first world in search; rappers for Hillary; Amazon’s personal mini drones patent; the #TrumpANovel tweets; Squarespace’s one-page mobile sites; the Skittles photo lawsuit; Facebook’s cloning of Snapchat Stories; and much, much more.