Keith Crawford and I recorded Episode 2 tonight of The Social Radar podcast. Tonight Keith was gracious enough to allow me to start out the show w/ a rant of my own regarding Facebook’s lax privacy in regards to wall posts from applications to profile pages. This is something that I will never understand, especially realizing the cluttered path that MySpace went down to their demise.
We also discussed some Lifestreaming practices that are good for both individuals and businesses that utilize social media. Keith also offered up an awesome definition of Lifestreaming as opposed to what can be found in Wikipedia. After briefly touching on the hot topic of Geo-location / Geo-social applications we went right on into our weekly run down of our favorite new iPhone applications.
Again, we are still in the process of getting everything setup in iTunes for The Social Radar but we hope to have that very soon so that all of our loyal listeners can subscribe. In the meantime, here’s a brief overview of what we covered on tonight’s show:
In the second episode of The Social Radar Podcast, hosts Cotton Rohrscheib & Keith Crawford discuss a wide variety of topics related to Social Media including a rant by Cotton regarding Facebook’s recent lapse of privacy concerning applications posting to profiles, an awesome definition of Lifestreaming from Keith as well as a need that is not presently being met by todays geo-social applications. As usual the guys also run down some of their favorite iPhone applications to close out the show.
Programming Note: My guest host, Keith Crawford, and I have decided to no longer use the name, The Social Radar, for our podcast. I am publishing our previously recorded episodes to The Cotton Club Podcast for those of you who have requested them.