It’s been a very cold week here in New York, but that won’t stop the Magnet Labs crew! We have a short podcast this week because of the shortened week, but Anwar Warner, Brandan Jones, Ryan W. Neal, and Ryan Swearingen still have a lot of things they want to discuss.
First, there was Blockbuster’s decision to close down 300 stores to focus on their digital streaming services. We also discuss Facebook’s new premium messaging service, which allows companies to pay to message fans, and debate whether or not restaurants should ban people Instagramming their food, a hobby known as Foodstagramming. We also discuss Twitter’s new Vine service, Cinemagram, and Target’s Everyday Show campaign.
So get cozy and warm up with the Magnet Labs podcast episode six. It’s a good one this week, we promise. And let us know what you think by tweeting #MagnetLabs, and subscribe on iTunes to get every new episode.
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- Blockbuster to Close 300 Stores, Killed by Streaming Video (ABC News)
- Is Facebook’s new messaging feature good for b2b? (BtoB online)
- Death of Foodstagram? Restaurants Ban Customers From Taking Food Pics (Mashable)
- Twitter rolls out Vine video-sharing service (Wall Street Journal MarketWatch)
- With Vine, Twitter Will Take Your Videos Now (Huffington Post)
- The Apps That Are On A College Kid’s Phone: Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat And…Cinemagram? (Business Insider)
- The Everyday Takes Over the Runway
Magnet Labs’ First Vine Video:
— Ryan Swearingen (@ryanswearingen) January 24, 2013
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