Spotlight On Tulsa Race Massacre
Episode 352 - June 6, 2021
- Alien Oreos
- Brands' Soft Power
- Amazon Says Legalize It
- Dunkin' Paint
- Tulsa Race Massacre
- Apple's Privacy Ad
- Amazon Sidewalk
- Hootsuite Jacks Customers
- Twitter Certification
- Stetson Disowns hatWRKS
- Music Streaming
- Brands ❤️ Influencers
Oreo Welcomes Aliens
Oreo created limited-edition cookie packs that serve as a peace offering for potential extraterrestrial visitors.
The Soft Power Of Brands
Amazon Goes To Pot
Amazon will stop testing workers for marijuana (except drivers).
Coverage Of Tulsa Race Massacre, 100 Years Later
Apple's Mind Your Own Business Commercial
Apple's privacy posturing has paved the way for it's plans to dominate the advertising business.
Opt Out of Amazon Sidewalk
Hootsuite Screws Early Adopters
Subscription Twitter & Certification
Yes, the rumors are true.— Twitter Comms (@TwitterComms) June 3, 2021
Twitter Blue is now available in Australia and Canada.
Bookmark Folders? ✔️
Undo Tweet? ✔️
Reader Mode? ✔️
Plus other fun surprises.
More about Twitter Blue: https://t.co/NlVeWDUEqy
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Stetson Disowns hatWRKS In A Tweet
The owner of the hatWRKS store in Nashville, Tennessee, decided it would be a good idea to sell six-pointed star of David patches with the words Not Vaccinated printed on them.
We are aware of the situation in Nashville. We take this matter seriously and are investigating in order to take the necessary and appropriate next steps. Along with our distribution partners, Stetson condemns antisemitism and discrimination of any kind.— John B. Stetson (@StetsonUSA) May 29, 2021