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Monthly Archives: January 2015


#055: Our Best Ever Experience at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we talked about our recent travels both near and far, which ranged from a Rome vacation to a trip to Las Vegas, where we attended the Consumer Electronic Show (CES).

At CES we experienced everything from drones, drones and more drones to lightbulbs with cameras. We shared the best of the best of the show, what we would have bought if we could, and the best way to experience a HUGE tradeshow like CES.

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#054: That’s Not Funny: What Makes Humor Offensive

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we started off by talking about the good and bad of the holiday season, how businesses should handle political correctness, and what makes a tweet bad.

We also discussed how immigrants can use checking in on social media to prove residency, and why we stopped checking in to restaurants and other places on social media.

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#053: Before You Send that Tweet. . .

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked about the whole new world of digital boundaries, and how we’re happy that social media wasn’t around when we were growing up.

We also discussed how brands should handle both negative and positive feedback on media, and what you should do before you send that tweet (or email) that you may regret.

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#052: Shady Review Practices

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we talked about a hotel in Sweden that offers free hotel rooms (with a catch!) to those who have enough social media fans — and why that may not be a smart move for them.

We also talked about how one large company lost credibility when their employees left reviews about their new app, without disclosing that they work for the company. We got into how app developers can game the system to paint a rosy picture about their app, even if the app previously had bad reviews.

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