Here’s the line-up of all the topics that caught our attention and prompted lively conversation in this episode:
- Lost trust in Facebook led to wariness about a user-generated meme.
- Adobe is bringing part of “Minority Report” to life.
- The Internet of Things was everywhere at CES.
- A picture of an egg is the most viewed Instagram post ever. What does that bode for influencer marketing?
- Picture what Google will look like if the EU implements Article 11 of the Copyright Directive.
- Brands are weighing in on the U.S. government shutdown.
- Dan York reports on the web’s growing complexity, Jeff Jarvis’s Facebook screed, stats from the global social network composed of nodes that talk to each other, and how content management systems will shape the future of media.
Special thanks to Jay Moonah for the opening and closing music.
Links from this month’s episode:
- Think the #10YearChallenge is fun? It’s a surveillance nightmare
- Facebook’s ’10 Year Challenge is Just a Harmless Meme — Right?
- Adobe To Make DOOH Perform — Is There A Place For Search?
- Procter & Gamble shows off surprisingly cool tech in ordinary products
- Intelligence Brief: Voice and IoT dominate CES
- An Egg, Just a Regular Egg, Is Instagram’s Most-Liked Post Ever
- Opinion: The murky practice of influencer marketing
- This is what Google says search will look like under EU copyright laws
- The Internet is Facing a Catastrophe For Free Expression and Competition: You Could Tip The Balance
- Brands begin weighing in on the shutdown
- ‘Using National Parks as a Lever Is a Mistake’: Columbia’s CEO Elaborates on His Ad Challenging Trump
- Kraft offers ‘pay it forward’ food over government shutdown
Links from Dan York’s Tech Report
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