Episode 209: BL and David discuss Facebook’s request for your nude photos; Facebook and Twitter 2016 election ads and the Kremlin money behind them; Tiffany’s disgusting “Everyday Items”; Twitter’s move to 280 characters; an epic home-made car ad; Dave’s Moovember progress; a puppy and a little girl re-united after dastardly thieves took her 8-week-old Labrador…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 205: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Equifax getting hacked again; Mark Zuckerberg’s ill-advised virtual reality trip to Puerto Rico; Giphy’s coming six-second advertising platform; Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness crowdfunding campaign; a resume LEGOized; BuzzFeed’s livestreamed Twitter talk show; recognizing cognitive biases; a guide to Denial of Service attacks; Siri, your personal therapist; the imminent departure of AOL Instant Messenger; loveless granola; Dove’s racist ad; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.
Episode 204: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Google’s Pixel 2 announcement and its battle against Apple; five ex-Presidents rocking for hurricane relief; the Obama’s 25th wedding anniversary; National Public Radio’s errant Facebook post that went viral; BuzzFeed’s public service fake news feed; IRS’ baffling announcement of its deal with Equifax; the amazing absence of a social media pause button; the client you’ll never want to have; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.
Episode 203: BL and David discuss the NFL’s Inside These Lines commercial response to Donald Trump’s call to fire athletes who protest during the national anthem; the citizen scientist effort to combat Alzheimers; Spotify’s new self-service advertising offering; Google’s Chrome Music Lab experiments; Libsyn’s podcast measurement upgrade; a librarian’s rejection of Melania Trump’s donation of Dr. Seuss books; Twitter’s 280 character tweets; Facebook fake Like farms; and much, much more.
Episode 202: Co-hosts BL Ochman and David Erickson discuss Kim Jung Un calling Trump a “dotard” and the Internet reaction; Facebook’s Nazi algorithm, destination pizza; Google’s Power Searching course; a juvenile Minnesota Vikings hire; NPR teaching print journalists how to create audio stories; fake attorneys targeting Amazon sellers; a Stranger Things Cease & Desist Letter with heart; great new apps 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 199: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Louise Linton’s elitist, out-of-touch Instagram rant; former President Barack Obama’s claim to the most popular tweet; LinkedIn’s new native video capabilities; State Department’s science envoy Daniel Kammen’s embedded impeachment message in his resignation letter; the DeepEmoji algorithm that can detect sarcasm in tweets; the Trump Twitter feed bot; Apple’s move to marry Siri with everything; Google Maps Q&A; KFC’s virtual reality training; Facebook influencers’ brand tagging tool; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.