New York Times reporter Natasha Singer had an excellent story (via Lisa Grimm) on Mattel's soon-to-be-released Hello Barbie doll. The new toy will be WiFi-enabled and featured voice recognition technology that will allow children to have in-depth conversations with the doll. The product is fascinating for a whole host of reasons, some of which I discussed on this week's … [Read more...]
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With the announcement this week that Jon Stewart will be leaving Comedy Central's Daily Show, the chattering classes are dissecting his legacy. So let us join the chatter... Many have observed that Stewart was the source of news for Millennials. Many have commented on the careers he helped launch the careers of some very talented comedians, among them Steve Carell, Lewis … [Read more...]
Beyond Social Media Show, Episode 55 Worst Cases Amazon & Sears Sell Nazi Memorabilia Poster Of Death Camp As Home Decor New York City Newspaper Uses N-Word In Headline To Refer To President Obama L’OREAL Drops World Cup Model/Hunter Cottonelle & Charmin Post Scatalogical LeBron James Tweets Extreme Selfies & The Dangers Of Narcissism Cyclists Fuming Over … [Read more...]
Beyond Social Media Show, Episode 50 Worst Cases Gwyneth Paltrow Compares Nasty Tweets To Suffering Through War Fresh Balls by Happy Junk Fresh Balls Sack Dance Video Marketing Personas: The Walking Dead Mary Meeker's State of the Internet, 2014 Presentation Redesigning Mary Meeker's Ugly Internet Slideshow Anonymous Animals in Google Drive … [Read more...]
Beyond Social Media Show, Episode 47 Worst Digital Cases LA Times' Website Relaunch Includes Sample Tweets NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's Twitter Fest Goes Horribly Wrong PayPal Executive Leaves Company After Inappropriate Tweets Chicago Transit Authority's Twitter Q-and-A Goes Off The Rails Best Digital Cases Amazon's Hashtag Commerce NFL Draft & … [Read more...]
During episode 37 of the Beyond Social Media Show, David Erickson and B.L. Ochman discuss some stupid brands; the top reasons startups fail; O'Hare Airport's lack of social listening; the Mall of America's integrated social listening efforts; AT&T's home security commercials; Coca-Cola's social media guard; American Idol & Google's social voting; Earth University's load of … [Read more...]
I was interviewed yesterday by WCCO TV reporter John Lauritsen about the Rogers High School social media controversy. In short, some Rogers High School kids created an anonymous gossip blog on which they shared their sexual exploits, one post of which alleged that a teacher at the school and student Reid Sagehorn had kissed. Sagehorn replied to a tweet about the … [Read more...]