Welcome to episode #191 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. This is also episode #25 of Media Hacks. Thankfully, C.C. Chapman came in and was able to host the intro (I was a little late to the call) where we discuss a whole bunch of stuff that surrounds some bigger themes about privacy, security, publishing and opening up the platforms. There’s talk about Please Rob Me, Foursquare, Wired Magazine, the TED conference and much, much more. Please note: this episode does have language, so it is not work safe. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 42:20.
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- C.C. Chapman – Managing The Gray – Campfire.
- Hugh McGuire – LibriVox – Bite-Sized Edits – The Book Oven.
- Julien Smith – In Over Your Head – Co-author of Trust Agents.
- Not present:
- Chris Brogan – New Marketing Labs – Co-author of Trust Agents.
- Christopher S. Penn – The Financial Aid Podcast – Marketing Over Coffee.
- A new security issue?
- Please Rob Me.
- The issue with Foursquare.
- Hugh thinks he’s got some kind of business model with an online social network for burglars.
- Daring Fireball – The Whole Thing About Adobe’s Flash Player Not Having Access to H.264 Hardware Acceleration on Mac OS X.
- Wired Magazine goes digital.
- …And now back to a conversation about the Apple iPad.
- We are very easy to transfer over to new platforms (even though we claim that we’re not).
- A little bit about the TED conference (what happened at TED 2010 stays at TED 2010 ;).
- TED Talks – Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos augmented-reality maps.
- TED Talks – Bill Gates on energy: Innovating to zero!
- TED Talks – Jamie Oliver’s TED Prize wish: Teach every child about food.
- The truth about Robert Scoble (umm, he’s not a Media Hacks listener).
- What do you get out of conferences and why?
- Breaking down elitism.
- Reddit – What’s your favourite TED Talk?
- Hugh spams the podcast with: BookCamp Toronto on May 15th, 2010!
- A look at Blippy the social shopping engine.
- Julien is old… and getting older.
- Reading Whitney – Too Much Information.
- From now on, Hugh will only shop at the Bible Store.
- While C.C. will only use the Apple Playboy app 😉
- Does anyone still look at the general Twitter stream?
- The beginning of Social Commerce and Social Shopping.
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