A big list of arts, ebooks, educational, exercise, movies and television, music, podcasts and audio books, and sports resources for outlasting the coronavirus pandemic.
Episode 298: BL and David discuss absurd Corona Beer Virus searches and fears; CNN weatherman’s face filter forecast; Giphy and Jif peanut butter’s Gif or Jif debate ad; students learning media literacy in school; Walmart’s reply to David’s Tweet shows smart earned media strategy; Stars & Stripes deleted by vindictive Trump; LinkedIn adds pinned updates; podcast rankings and Netflix rankings released; anti-Putin blogger assassinated; Leap Year baby finally turns 21; Greta Thunberg responds like a heroine; Bloomberg will send Trump a pink slip for you…and much, much more.
Episode 296: BL and David discuss Google’s Project Witness that uses virtual reality to generate empathy for jailed children; Amazon’s program to create actual brand voices to play on its Echo smart speaker; ASCII art of refugee programmers; tech titans’ efforts to combat coronavirus misinformation; augmented reality Google Maps; Facebook’s bug bounty program; Chrome’s website security deadline; reviews in Google Search Console; a glaring user experience fail in Adobe Acrobat; Target’s Minnesota Badgers miscue; …and much, much more..
Episode 294: BL and David discuss Kraft crowdsourcing its Super Bowl commercial; Pantone’s Super Bowl color commentary; Micheal Bloomberg’s Dog People Get Me ad; the 2020 new emoji lineup; free art downloads; David Berkowitz’ marketing English; Scroll funding journalism via subscriptions; Facebook stalking; illegal social media in China; Clearview AI’s racist ties; hyper-sensitive Super Bowl ads..and much, much more.
Episode 293: BL and David discuss why Planters murdered Mr. Peanut; Angelina Jolie producing a BBC show to teach children how to spot fake news; a brewery that put shelter dogs on beer cans to spur adoptions; Verizon’s new OneSearch privacy-focused search engine; Product Hunt’s Golden Kitty Awards; Google podcast time stamping; Apple TV+ Podcasts; Morning Brew’s podcast lessons; fraudulent .gov domains; YouTube moderators’ PTSD; Apple’s encryption back door..and much, much more.
Episode 288: BL and David discuss James Dean stars in a new movie, 64 years after his death; Monica Lewinsky’s brilliant anti-bullying PSA and Twitter bot; how Black Twitter made Popeye’s chicken sandwich go viral; Arm & Hammer helps cats; VR teaching empathy in the office; Twitter adding Topics option; top 10 brands fooled by Instagram bots; new approach suggested for digital political ads; robots who are anything but cute; @ElBloombito returns to Twitter; …and much, much more.
Episode 286: BL and David discuss the six most horrific marketing stories of the year; Senator Mitt Romney’s Twitter persona, Pierre Delecto; the creepy and compelling Skin-On interface; Google’s olfactory artificial intelligence algorithm; Washington Post’s Arc CMS becomes a subscription service; Amazon launching a news app; Google testing lead-generation form ads;…and much, much more.
Episode 283: BL and David discuss artificial skin for virtual reality; Google Arts & Culture’s VR Versailles; Pew research data showing worries about social media’s impact on news; what happens if you go to Instagram jail; Google testing desktop sidebar search; Staples’ WorkLife Magazine; Tide’s #LaundryNight debates; Twitter’s DM search; leaked Zuckerberg tapes; a net neutrality appeal decision; LinkedIn’s enhanced ad targeting; a picture that speaks much louder than words…and much, much more.
Episode 280: Co-hosts BL Ochman and David Erickson discuss Amazon’s crowdsourcing of responses to Alexa users’ questions; Google’s Recover Together website of resources for addicts; Twitter’s new arrangeable photos feature; Google’s ‘original reporting’ algorithm designed to give more visibility to primary source, trustworthy journalism; WordPress’ purchase of Tumblr; the Zooniverse crowdsourcing network supporting science experiments; an example of a great follow-up PR pitch; the Attorneys General investigating Google; Ledo Pizza’s ill-advised 9/11 tweet; …and much, much more.
Episode 277: BL and David discuss the hacked presidential seal that satirizing 45 as a Russian puppet during a recent speech; a brilliantly creative LinkedIn post that illustrates the power of breaking expectations; OpenAI’s technology that is too dangerous to release; the Washington Post’s securing and publishing of the DEA database that tracks prescription opioid shipments; an AI app that turns your photo into a Renaissance portrait; the emerging career of audio book narration; MailChimp and Vice teaming up on Second Acts; illustrations imagining high tech brands as retro technology; House Wine and Cheez-Its in a box; Influencer scamming; Representative Tulsi Gabbard’s Google Gimmick; and much, much more.