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08 - Google Now, Twitter Security & Soundwave
On the final episode of this series, the team talk about Google Now on iOS and what it means for Apple, discuss Twitter's security problems and chat to the founder and CEO of Soundwave Brendan O'Driscoll about the direction music is heading in the world of social.
07 - Apple's Lows, Netflix's Highs & The Future Of News
On the penultimate episode of this series, the team talk about Apple's position in light of its Q2 earnings, discuss Netflix and how it's shaking up TV consumption, and chat with thejournal.ie's Gav Reilly about the direction news is heading.
06 - Social Video Ads, Smartwatches & Blogging
This week, we take a look at the news that both Facebook and Twitter will be introducing video ads into its service, talk about smartwatches and whether they're will mark the arrival of all our childhood dreams. Later on we talk to sports blogger and editor of Action81.com Emmet Ryan about how his blog led to him self-publishing a GAA book, Tactics Not Passion.
05 - FB Home, Asking For RTs & Coderdojo
On this week's podcast, we look at Facebook's attempt to take over mobile OS from the inside out, debate the merits of asking followers and fans for retweets and shares and chat to the co-founder of Coderdojo, James Whelton, about its future, personal side-projects and the future of coding.
04 - Twitter For Businesses, Phablets & WorldIrish.com
On this week's episode, the team takes a look at Twitter newly redesigned business presence, the fall of phablets, and chat to the community manager of WorldIrish.com Darragh Doyle about his experiences with WorldIrish.com and how he engages with a diverse community.
03- Vine, Yet More Facebook Changes & The Irish Startup Scene
This week, Quinton O'Reilly, Aaron Goodliffe, and Sarah Kavanagh talk about how Vine hasn't found its feet and deal with some of the many changes Facebook has made this month. Also, we talk to the co-founder of Pitchify Brian Daly about bringing the startup community together and the Irish startup scene.