Podcast (social-media-addicts): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:50 — 46.5MB) | Embed
Subscribe: iTunes | Android |
In this episode, Seth and Howard discuss the importance of owning your content and not fully relying on Facebook, Facebook Live for desktop and drones, tip jars on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud buddy up, the CIA has a venture capital wing, and much more.
Support the show by going to http://www.patreon.com/phillytechorg
Sponsors: Wistia, Flywheel, Zoho Mail
Facebook pulls down mega-popular celeb site The Shade Room’s page without explanation
My response/reaction: http://gmwd.us/1A
Facebook Messenger Integrates Dropbox File Sharing Feature and group calling
Facebook Live Expands to Desktop and Drones
Too little, too late? → Google+ Rolls Out Updated Content Controls for Communities
In Undisclosed CIA Investments, Social Media Mining Looms Large
Twitter Embeds SoundCloud Audio Cards in Moments
Nobody at Snapchat thought using a blackface Bob Marley filter for 420 was a bad idea
Google gives speedier AMP-powered web pages a top spot in Google News
Soon you might be able to earn money for posting on Facebook with a tip jar
Katch.me, the easiest way to save your live streams couldn’t get funding. It’s closing May 4th.
Facebook may soon have a standalone camera app to compete with Snapchat and Periscope
Catch the Olympic Torch on Twitter
Seth: Facebook Launches Messenger Platform (Beta)
Build your own bot easily with Wit.ai
Howard: Snagit – screen capture, video, etc.
We want to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com, Tweet us @phillytech_org or call us at (908) 758-3248 and leave a voicemail!