Episode 164: BL and David discuss Twitter ads targeting Hillary Clinton supporters that tell them to vote by text message; racial bias by Uber drivers; Google and Microsoft’s buggy relationship; Facebook’s racial targeting capabilities; the Vigilante app; fake news and media literacy; President Obama singing Purple Rain to a Prince tick or treater; Okay Google commands for Harry Potter spells; Amazon Studios’ Good Girls Revolt show; scheduling Facebook Live video broadcasts; a Chicago meteorologist who reported that hell had officially frozen over; the New York Times’ The Daily 360; and much, much more.
On Episode 125, co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Sean Penn’s Rolling Stones interview with El Chapo; Hasbrow’s Star Wars Monopoly mess up; long-form Twitter; MSNBC’s Trump TV; Donald Trump’s golfing amnesia; under-powered virtual reality; whites dating whites; online harassment; Twitter’s abuse rules; Rhett & Link; FTC’s native advertising guidelines; Thomson Reuters error page; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Donald Trump’s Nazi tweet; absurd pharmaceutical mascots; LEGO denying Chinese artist LEGO bricks; Congressional action on bad review clauses; Fruit of the Loom’s tuck it in campaign; Instagram’s falling organic engagement; Carlsberg Beer’s Movember products; Twitter Curator opens to everyone; the Mars Generation potato challenge; IGN TV; IKEA’s other letter; Facebook’s artificial intelligence; the graphic novelization of iTunes’ terms of service; the Poo Pourri ad; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
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.