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The Connected Age
25 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Is Google Finally Ready to be Relevant in Wearables?
Google and Samsung team up to create a “new” WearOS that will be a combo of WearOS and Tizen. That along with possible a new Google watch, the infamous Pixel Watch may indicate Google is ready to be relevant in the wearable space. The post Is Google Finally Ready to be Relevant in Wearables? appeared first on David Jacobs.
27 minutes | May 10, 2019
Connected Age Podcast – Mid-Range Phones Are Cool
Story One: Another article about Amazon treating their warehouse workers badly. I am an Amazon customer and I hate reading this stuff. Story Two: How the news took over reality. The Guardian looks at how the new news environment and social media effects democracy and our well being. Story Three: Mid-range phones are cool. OnePlus has owned this territory for years, but now Google is entering with the new Pixel 3a. The post Connected Age Podcast – Mid-Range Phones Are Cool appeared first on David Jacobs.
16 minutes | May 2, 2019
Connected Age Podcast – MS Empathy & Spotify Bold Moves
Microsoft is killing it on all fronts and Spotify is experimenting with a new custom playlist that combines Podcasts and music for your drive to work. The post Connected Age Podcast – MS Empathy & Spotify Bold Moves appeared first on David Jacobs.
4 minutes | Feb 14, 2019
Connected Age Podcast – Spotify & the Future of Podcasting
Spotify has gone all-in on Podcasting as they purchase Gimlet Media for $200 million dollars. This is, by far, the largest Podcasting deal to date. Why is Spotify doing it and what does the future hold for Podcasting? The post Connected Age Podcast – Spotify & the Future of Podcasting appeared first on David Jacobs.
3 minutes | Nov 4, 2018
Connected Age Podcast – Introduction
Welcome to the Connected Age Podcast. This show, as on the blog, explores the digital connective tissue that binds us all. We’ll take a look at social media, gadgets, the internet of things, and other products and technologies that contribute to the Connected Age. We will also keep a close eye on the major players, including Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon as well as new entrants. Finally, big issue topics will be examined such as privacy, identity, and economic/employment impacts of robots and automation. Thank you for joining us! Stay tuned, episode 1 is coming soon. The post Connected Age Podcast – Introduction appeared first on David Jacobs.
30 minutes | Sep 21, 2015
Connected World Radio – Is Twitter Dead?
Short answer, no. Long answer, it’s just different. On this show, talk about the differences between social networks and how it all applies to your business. Listen To The Show! The post Connected World Radio – Is Twitter Dead? appeared first on David Jacobs.
28 minutes | Oct 16, 2014
Connected Age Radio – Operating Systems for the Connected Age
Welcome back to the Podcast. On today’s show, I ramble about operating systems in the Connected Age. What is the status of the old stalwarts Windows and Mac OSX in the light of Android and iOS? How are these new modern operating systems shaping the connected world and what does it mean for Microsoft, who doesn’t seem to have a seat at the table? Listen To The Show! The post Connected Age Radio – Operating Systems for the Connected Age appeared first on David Jacobs.
23 minutes | Jul 18, 2013
Connected World Radio: Managing Social Profiles
The long awaited return of Connected World Radio. We stay with the format of giving you news, a tip and a tool. Today’s news is about Google Maps and it’s integration of Google Local data, now moving to Google+ pages. Get your localized Google data in order because it’s showing up in Maps in a big way. The tip is to make sure you have a good quality, up to date photo on your social network profiles, especially LinkedIn. I see too many people and businesses especially who either do not have a photo or who have poor quality photos. These profiles represent your business and people are making judgements about you based on the quality of your profile. If you cannot take the time to tend to a particular social network, you should remove your account. A dormant account is worse than not being there at all. The tool this week is BufferApp, a great service that lets you postdate updates to a variety of social networks. Spacing your content updates out and choosing strategic times to publish is an important part of a good content marketing strategy. Listen To The Show! The post Connected World Radio: Managing Social Profiles appeared first on David Jacobs.
33 minutes | Oct 1, 2012
Connected World Radio: Engagement
Todays topic is engagement. Content marketing is a two sided coin and the other side is engagement. If you are creating great content but not engaging with people, you’re missing the good stuff. Engagement is where the action happens. Listen To The Show! The post Connected World Radio: Engagement appeared first on David Jacobs.
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