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#238: Hanging On by a Kitestring

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We’re taking a little bit of time off this summer for family time, but we don’t want you, our loyal seven listeners, to miss out. So we’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes over the next few of weeks. This is a special rebroadcast of Episode 116 with special guest Chris Farias of Kitestring.


In this episode of the UnPodcast we welcome back our friend Chris Farias of Kitestring to join us in discussing the importance of design and visual branding, the pointlessness of designing by committee, the minefield of feedback, and how to use mispellings to flush out the jerks.

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#208: It’s All Downhill From Here

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we have a couple of great stories… to start with… then things take a turn. We talk about Chewy pet food doing customer service really right; Alison’s Endy mattress story; Facebook targeting ads that bait; the dangers of unsustainable restaurant delivery; Yelp’s got a stupid policy that hurts everybody; and a hotel that charges for negative reviews. All this and more!

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#204: We Do What We Want

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re continuing our “Live from the front room series.” We talk about popular emojis; how Facebook is really making messages better, but for real this time, they promise; how Google is helping to turn customers into advocates; Airlines pushing the creepiness envelope by using your personal information; and William Shatner being incredibly reasonable. All this, and maybe a made-up word, maybe a question… Whatever. It’s our show. We do what we want.

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#198: Something About Hacking

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we hack your life with stories about: why you’ve been eating peanut butter wrong your entire life; why storing your photos on Photobucket might not have been such a great idea; an easier way to write business reviews; Facebook is changing… again… surprise; how augmented reality can help you better decorate your home. All this with a made-up word, a listener question (sort of), and so much more!

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#176: My Opinion Is (and Is Not) My Own

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#142: The Realtors On the Bus Have Really Fine Print

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#120: Lying Liars from Liarsville

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about the importance of words. When is a guarantee the same thing as a promise? Do you love your baby enough to buy a product that can’t do what it promises? McDonalds is in a huge beef (get it?) with Starbucks… or ARE THEY?!?

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#119: Hanging On by a Kitestring

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In this episode of the UnPodcast we welcome back our friend Chris Farias of Kitestring to join us in discussing the importance of design and visual branding, the pointlessness of designing by committee, the minefield of feedback, and how to use mispellings to flush out the jerks.

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#98: The Amazon Episode

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re taking a look at some interesting Amazon)the store not the women warriors)-centric stories; meeting the fairy panda requirements of your customers; what made the virtual giant go physical; just how seriously does Amazon take reviews; No, really. How seriously?; who is suffering most due to Amazon deliveries?

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#94: Honest Reviews

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about the importance of honesty in online reviews; how we took down Bell Mobile, why you should never shame your customers on social media, and the genius of selling your profitable business for $150 dollars.

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