Items Tagged with Status Update
#20 / 2010-11-10 17:00:00 / 3:58 min.
Competing with Gowalla, Foursquare and other services, Facebook Places enters into the location-based fray. While there are the inevitable
privacy concerns with Facebook Places, it has some distinct advantages over more fully fleshed out location based services like Foursquare and Gowalla. Most notably, it's got a half-billion strong user base to draw on. Jay Goldman takes a look at the service, how it works and how it's doing so far.
#17 / 2010-10-20 17:00:00 / 6:06 min.
Social media campaigns can go very right. They can also go very wrong. Jay Goldman takes a look at a few social media campaigns that did the right thing and received millions of views as a result. The Sesame Street crew apes the Old Spice guy, the Exorcist movie makes innovative and amusing use of Chat Roulette and Tipp-Ex takes over YouTube.
#81 / 2010-10-15 17:00:00 / 3:17 min.
Matt Harris catches up with Jay Goldman, host of Status Update for a status update on ... Status Update. Woah. Jay runs through what's coming up on the show, including Apple's iTunes Ping and the "empty restaurant" syndrome, Facebook Places location based service. How to create a social media campaign... if indeed you should, some recent and highly effective social media campaigns and crowd sourcing.
#242 / 2010-10-04 17:00:00 / 20:28 min.
Ever thought about buying a web domain? Or ever wondered why you'd want to? Andy and Sean take a look at what it means to register your own web domain, and explain what you'll need to do after reserving your domain name.
#14 / 2010-09-29 17:00:00 / 5:11 min.
Digg, the social news website that connects users as they share video, text and other content, recently released its new version. Suffice it to say, a vocal portion of Digg users simply aren't digging it. Jay Goldman looks into what went wrong and what Digg is doing to fix the issues with its release and iterate strategy.
#239 / 2010-09-13 17:00:00 / 21:22 min.
Andy and Sean take a look at iTunes 10, the newest version of Apple's music library software. They take a look at the new design of the program as well as the addition of Ping, a social networking aspect for music lovers.
#10 / 2010-09-01 17:00:00 / 4:00 min.
Sure, you can always use Twitter by going straight to the Twitter.com website, but that's just a starting point. If you're wondering about better ways to use and manage your Twitter feed, Jay's got the goods in this episode, including an overview of Twitter clients for both the desktop (TweetDeck, HootSuite, CoTweet and Tap11) and your mobile device (Twitter, TweetAgora). Jay also takes a look at OneForty.com, a directory founded by Twitter superuser @pistachio.
#72 / 2010-07-23 17:10:00 / 4:23 min.
Matt finally gets Jay Goldman back on the show to chat all things social media. Jay discusses his role at rypple.com and shares his thoughts on Apple's iPhone 4. Jay also teases some of the upcoming content on his new show, Status Update.
#71 / 2010-07-23 17:00:00 / 5:48 min.
Matt Harris returns to the On Deck set to chat with Sean Carruthers, one half of the Lab Rats, about what's new on butterscotch.com. Namely, a brand new show called How Do I? This show answers questions like
How do I use my digital SLR camera(first episodes in the series),
how do I replace my notebook hard drive,
how do I set up my Wii(coming soon) and more. Also coming soon to Lab Rats: An excellent episode
#2 / 2010-07-07 17:00:00 / 7:02 min.
You have stuff to say, the only thing keeping you from speaking your piece online is that you don't have the digital soap box on which to do so. Enter your very own blog. Jay Goldman runs through
the best blogging platformsthat'll have you up and running (or is that ranting?) in no time. If you're looking for
advice on starting your own WordPress site or blog, look no further.
#75 / 2010-06-23 17:00:00 / 5:09 min.
This is the final episode of Mr. Mobile, but you haven't seen the last of host Jay Goldman. Jay revisits episode 1 of Mr. Mobile on Fizz Weather for the iPhone by taking a look at an awesome weather app for the iPad. Weather HD uses your iPad's glorious screen to give you a glimpse of what the day's going to look like.
If you're a user of Facebook, Twitter or Foursquare and you're looking for one app to rule them all, then you should check out Hootsuite. Hootsuite is an iPhone app that allows you to manage your social networking services easily and all from the same application. You can use Hootsuite to keep up with your newsfeeds, check in to locations or update your status across multiple accounts at the same time.
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Four Android activations every second, iOS pays better and opt-out of targeted ads plus the StumbleUpon app
Every second, 19 blog posts are created, 787 porn searches are enacted, 4.2 babies are born and four Android phones are activated. While Android is tops in activations, it's bested by iOS for developer pay. Also, we'll look at a largely unpublicized way t
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500