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In this episode Neal, Seth and Jody talk about the benefits of Google Plus, whether or not the FTC/Facebook ruling will do anything, Arabic is the fastest growing language on Twitter and much more.
We’re missing Neal (he’s on Daddy duty), so Seth and Jody are joined by the Queen of Google+ herself Lynette Young. In this episode the gang talks about Google+ trending topics, Lt. Pike and the pepper spraying incident at UC Davis going viral on the web, Facebook is acting like Prodigy and much more.
In this episode Neal, Seth and Jody talk about how the record and movie industries are about to bring down the Internet, Google+ has it’s third best week for traffic, Youtube gets a facelift, Twitter can predict who will win the presidency in the US and much more.
In this episode Neal, Seth and Jody are joined by Robert Anderson from the The Definitive Guides To Google+. Topics include the new additions to Google+, Facebook having trouble with security, Twitter straying off, Klout sucks and we tell you why and much more.
It’s hard on Social Media to avoid them. They’re ugly, stinky and bad tempered. Trolls are the bane of everyone’s existence online. You can avoid them and we’ve all have given in and fought back against them. But I’m here to tell you to stop fighting them. Don’t feed the trolls.
In this episode Neal, Seth and Jody discuss Google starting to allow pseudonyms on Google+, one Googler’s reply-all nightmare, Facebook keeps getting in trouble, there’s a new Twitter phishing scam and much more.