Episode 147: BL and David discuss the Microsoft/LinkedIn deal; the live-streamed death on Facebook; insecure security cameras; the likelihood of a post-literate society; Orlando shooting text messages; a British grandma’s polite searches; a vulgar gardening show; Snapchat’s lifestyle magazine; the Democrats live-Tweeting their filibuster; big Apple announcements; the YouTube Director app; the #CheerioChallenge; 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 the passing of music legend Prince, brand reactions to his death–both good and bad–and the outpouring of grief and celebration online; they discuss the social media outrage over KFC’s bad joke; Facebook’s updated newsfeed algorithm; a popup window worst practice; MTV podcasts; the rainbow-colored food fad; Juiced TV; suicide prevention via social media; a billboard you can conduct; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the standoff between Apple and the FBI; the social media storm ignited by a Ted Cruz Photoshopping attempt; Marco Rubio’s mistaken shoreline; the New Yorker coming to life on Amazon Prime; Facebook Instant Articles for all; Donald Trump’s Mexican jobs; Facebook’s new video metrics; Cape Breton’s tourism campaign; an anti-smoking PSA; Twitter’s Direct Messaging videos & Gif search; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Episode 130: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the flap over Marc Andreessen’s comments about Facebook’s Internet access plans for India; Meryl Streep’s comments about diversity in the film industry; Super Bowl commercials that flopped; Pornhub’s latest philanthropic gesture; Snapchat’s new subscription option; Google’s new Knowledge Graph editing features; Amazon’s new video game engine; YouTube’s new original movies and shows; Instagram video views; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Episode 110: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Burger King’s McWhopper peace offering; Rand Paul’s #StandWithPaul app fiasco; the role of war photographers and the image of a drowned Syrian refugee boy; Hulu’s new kinda ad-free version; the Love Has No Labels campaign; the new streaming video platform Blab.im; Feed America’s #Spoontember campaign; Disney’s Force Friday marketing blitz for Star Wars: The Force Awakens; the hilarious Hipster Barbie Instagram account; a PSA video from an acid attack survivor; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the photoshopped Vince Vaughn stock photography used to market his Unfinished Business movie release; the latest violent video to go viral; Netflix’s House of Cards native ad; skill-less Millennials; Rudy Giuliani’s latest publicity grab; a rescue adoption video game; why people unfollow brands; Facebook’s Firehose data; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Episode 85: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the potential disentanglement of Google+ from Photos and Hangouts; Keith Olbermann’s suspension over tweets directed at Penn State students; social media competitions for employment; the big net neutrality win; Congressman betrayed by his Instagram pics; bloggers working a sweatshop; the Great Dress Color Debate Of 2015; Dove & LEGO Oscar wins; Tumblr as a traffic-driver.
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.