Episode 243: BL and David discuss Serena Williams singing “I Touch Myself” for breast cancer self-exam awareness; celebrities mount #DefyTheName campaign to fight bullying; Netflix lets you choose your Black Mirror plot; Instacodes come to Instagram; Google’s former head of PR writes a hilarious satire lampooning big tech; IMDB TV beams over Amazon; the #UpsideTown contest prize is a dream trip; Pixel Groups come to Facebook; BrainNet is the next big social network; Facebook’s Hack issue spreads across the web; DeepFakes are disastrous; why you might want to pass on MoviePass …and much, much more.
B.L. Ochman and author/entrepreneur J.D. Lasica discuss the strategies and tactics that helped make his new Indie-published cyber thriller, “Biohack,” number one on Amazon in less than 30 days.
“Biohack” is a near future, high-tech, conspiracy thriller with a female protagonist named Kaden Baker. Its highly compelling story weaves the all-too-possible series of events that could quite believably become our new reality.
Episode 196: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Old Navy’s rockin’ back to school campaign; Jimmy John’s real-life demonstration of its freaky fast tagline; going beyond the corporate message to find real stories; the business imperative for reading science fiction; Russian comedians punking Rick Perry; citizen cyber warriors and compulsory service; the launch of Facebook TV; integrating Facebook Pages and Facebook Groups; husband storage in China; Mariah Carey’s goes viral for slacking; implantable microchips; 35W bridge collapse revisited and citizen journalism; the problem with Hipsters; the imminent death of Flash…perhaps?; Air France for Millennials; GoFund Snopes; saying goodbye to the YouTube Editor; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.