Hosted by Manuel Gil del Real, MGR Unplugged is a collection of raw, unedited and spontaneous conversations and interviews about a variety of topics affecting our everyday lives. We talk about technology, business, social media, life hacks, marketing, travel, the economy, sports, entertainment and everything in between. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Bitcoin Volatility - Decentralizing Social Platforms - NBA Updates. MGR Unplugged Podcast
Bitcoin is very volatile, get used to it. Should social media platforms be decentralized? and the NBA is struggling to keep the season going with COVID cases increasing, but the Harden trade dominates the news.
Welcome 2021! Not a Great Start So Far, But it Will Get Better - MGR Unplugged Podcast
So it's been just one week in 2021 and we've started the new year with a Bang! Not necessarily the right type of bang, but we still believe that everything we'll just get better moving forward.
2020 Year in Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - MGR Unplugged Podcast
Join Manuel and David as they take a look back at 2020. A year to forget for many reasons, but at the same time, a year that has taught us a number of valuable lessons. Some of them, will change the way we approach our lives forever.
Bitcoin Hits New Record - Streaming Video Wars - California Exodus Continues - MGR Unplugged Podcast
Is Bitcoin rise for real or a remake of the 2017 bubble? If you're planning on cutting the cord in 2021, do the math first as streaming video wars and pricing options keep changing. And more companies and individual are leaving California. Happy Holidays everyone!
FTC Sues Facebook, DoorDash and Airbnb Go Public - The NBA is Back - MGR Unplugged Podcast
Facebook is sued and this time is more serious. DoorDash and Airbnb go public. We don't like the former, we prefer the latter. And the NBA season is about to start, while Formula 1's weirdest season is coming to an end.
Amazon Dominates Holiday Shopping Again - Are Consumers Spending Money They Don't Have? - MGR Unplugged Podcast
A review of Black Friday - Cyber Monday sales numbers show how Amazon remains the leader of online sales. But we wonder why consumer spending is so high when all other economic indicators point to an upcoming recession.