Media Hacks

New Thinking on New Media from More Mouths.

016 - Media Hacks - Trust Agents - 08-30-2009

 

Two of the regular co-hosts of Media Hacks are Chris Brogan andJulien Smith. After meeting at the first PodCamp Boston, the two decided to write a book together. The result is Trust Agents. The book - which was released this week - made it to the New York Times‘ best-seller’s list. Not only are we all very proud of the co-authors, but we decided to spend the bulk of this episode discussing and dissecting the concepts in Trust Agents. We also wish C.C. Chapman tons of continued success on his recent news (you have to listen to hear what it is). Enjoy the conversation…

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015 - Media Hacks - Getting Serious - 08-18-2009

 

As usual, there is some language, so please keep in mind that this Podcast is not work safe. Many major happenings in both the technology, communications and Social Media space. We discuss everything from the unconference movement to Bloggers who take themselves (and their community) maybe a little too seriously. We also chat about Twitter (of course) where Hugh explains why it is more like talking than a media channel (or something) and some Googley stuff. Enjoy the conversation…

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004 - Media Hacks - Hacking News - 03-02-2009

 

Welcome to episode #4 of Media Hacks. In another heated conversation, this is also episode #4 of Media Hacks. We’re all on the call (with the exception of Julien Smith) and it’s lively, snarky and (hopefully) insightful too. If you enjoy the topics of media, publishing, advertising and the newer media, please take a listen. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the podcast here: Media Hacks- Episode #4 - Host: Mitch Joel.

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