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.
Episode 159: BL and David discuss Donald Trump’s viral sniffles; a Verge reporter who also worked at Apple; Facebook’s apology over inflated video metrics; self-driving chairs; the Edmonton Oilers’ super scary mascot; Jewish grandparents haunting their grandchildren over politics; Ford’s fact-checking the presidential debate; Snapchat’s Spectacles; Google’s login measurement method; a sweet refugee host; Spotify’s interest in SoundCloud; a pig-dancing cop; the arrival of Twitter Moments; the #VoteIRL campaign; 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.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Trump’s Twitter woes; killing baby Hitler; tech journalism backlash; Pepsi’s failure to stock up for Back To The Future Day; racist Twitter trolls boycott Star Wars; a teen Vine star; PR for ad agencies; Twitter polls; Facebook search; USA Today’s Back To The Future wrap; Amazon sues fake reviewers; YouTube going Red; New York Times’ submersive journalism; facial recognition for health care; super secure passwords; Nixon’s tweets; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Epoisode 83: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the many marketers who are culturejacking the 50 Shades of Grey movie release; Jon Stewart’s exit from The Daily Show; the best and the worst of the Taylor Swift marketing machine; Google shutting down Helpouts; Facebook’s Legacy pages; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Beyond Social Media episode 59: How NOT to combat negative reviews; a case study in how to rescue dogs; and John Oliver’s rant against native advertising.
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