The Airspace Podcast #001 Pt. 2


The Airspace Podcast
The Airspace Podcast is a downright zany affair. In episode one part two, The Airspace editors (Blake J. Graham, Eric Harsh, Kris Ward, and NOT Tony Russo) got together to talk Technology, Social Networks, Kris’ friends, iOS vs Android, George Clooney, theoretical film, 2001, and robot assistants.

Grab your favorite drink, blanket, pet, friend, tea-cozy,portable household appliance or Rastafarian headwear and enjoy Episode #001 Pt.2

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Recorded December, 2011 at Studio AKA Browntown


Link Dump

0:40 Myspace, Your space, Friend Space: Social Networking
1:00 Tom Anderson, Jessie Eisenberg, Mark Zuckerberg
2:40 Hate the new new Facebook more than the new Facebook
5:20 Timeline: a brief history
7:10 Blake’s original Timeline reaction
11:20 ALL THAT!
13:10 Twitter—where nonsense belongs
15:25 Google+ taking over Facebook?
17:15 Blake’s theory of multiple Social Networks
18:45 Google + complaints, Hangouts
21:45 Facebook video calling
22:30 Path
38:05 Instagram (Instagram Blog)
45:40 The nonsense that is Hipstamatic
51:00 Nexus S on Sprint
52:10 iPhone dominates mobile market
56:00 Everything you need from one device—Greatest product announcement ever
57:10 M. Night Shyamalan
57:45 Would you open the pod bay doors for me?
59:00 Siri Voice recognition


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