FIR #159: How Long Will You Remember This Episode

Posted on October 15, 2018 4:00 am by | For Immediate Release

For Immediate Release

Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network.

There’s no conversation with a subject matter expert this week, just host Shel Holtz nattering on about…

  • Whether a brand voice should remain consistent across multiple social channels
  • The BBC’s new communication metric: long-term memory
  • How evolving business response to disasters is changing how communities deal with them
  • Making managers a discrete audience as a core part of the Employee Experience
  • The long, slow demise of Google+
  • A human-like Artificial Intelligence that could appear in your room to answer your questions—assuming you bought the right AR headset
  • Amazon’s recruitment AI that was biased against female candidates
  • Delta’s Twitter poll that will determine its in-flight holiday movie
  • The “personal podcast” Pocket will play for you
  • Twitter’s decision to end Moment creation on its mobile apps
  • The blockchain that will verify journalism (which Forbes is joining)

Dan York’s Tech Report covers the successful DNSSEC key rollover, the shutdown of Google+, Spotify opening its podcast beta to everyone, new video hardware from Facebook and Google, Snapchat’s original daily scripted shows, and Facebook’s 3D photos.

Special thanks to Jay Moonah for the opening and closing music.

You can find the stories from which FIR content is selected at Shel’s Link Blog.

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