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The whole crew was in the house for this roundtable of TheSocialGeeks.  Join Chris MillerCaleb Elston,Sarah PerezJeff SmithCorvida and myself as we cover todays announcements:
  • The sale of Tungle to Research In Motion (RIM)
  • A brief jab at the BlackBerry Playbook
  • Caleb talks what it is like to launch Yobongo at SXSW and futures
  • The sale of Delicious to AVOS (the YouTube founders new corporation)
  • How to get divorced via SMS
  • Fring new 4-way video chat ability.  Look for a full Fring review on TheSocialNetworker.

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Click here to listen to the entire podcast: TheSocialGeeks: TheSocialGeeks Episode 35 – Tungle, Delicious, Yobongo, Fring.

What started as a short list went into great conversations around:

  • UberMedia and the Twitter clone
  • Photosharing application clones
  • What apps survived from SXSW
  • Music streaming services and cloud storage
  • and always more..

Join Chris Miller, Sarah Perez (ReadWriteWeb), and  myself in this ~52 minute roundtable.

You can see our links right here on Diigo with the show linkroll below. TheSocialGeeks

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You can listen to the The Social Geeks Episode 34 – My dog just coughed here.

The crew sits live at SXSW in the Austin Convention Center to give coverage, commentary and feedback of:

  • breakout apps of SXSW
  • group texting applications
  • what apps will survive and why
  • the state of SXSW
  • why we use specific apps
  • and always more..

Join Chris Miller, Paul Steel (LivingLifeBB), Sarah Perez (ReadWriteWeb), Louis Gray, Josh Catone (Mashable) and myself  in this ~30 minute roundtable.

You can see our links right here on Diigo with the show linkroll below.
TheSocialGeeks

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Podcast link ->  TheSocialGeeks: TheSocialGeeks Episode 33 – #SXSW analysis live.

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Enchantment book review with Guy Kawasaki

Last week I had the opportunity to interview former chief evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Alltop.com, Guy Kawasaki about his new book available today called Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions.

Enchantment book review with Guy Kawasaki

About Enchantment:

Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions is Guy’s tenth book. In it, he explains how to influence what people will do while maintaining the highest standards of ethics.

The book explains when and why enchantment is necessary and then the pillars of enchantment: likability, trustworthiness, and a great cause.

The next topics are launching, overcoming resistance, making enchantment endure, and using technology. There are even special chapters dedicated to enchanting your employees and your boss.

Finally, because there are times you may want to resist enchantment, there’s even a chapter about how to do this too

You can listen to my interview with Guy Kawasaki below :
Enchantment book review with Guy Kawasaki by waynesutton

Learn how to order your copy of Enchantment here: http://www.guykawasaki.com/enchantment/order/

The Enchantment Facebook fan page:
http://www.facebook.com/enchantment#!/enchantment?sk=app_4949752878

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Disclaimer: I received a free preview copy of Enchantment for review.

Earlier this week I had the opportunity to reunite with Caleb Elston and IdoNotes to record an episode of the TheSocialGeeks podcast. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to join the team  but as always I had a blast. During the podcast we discussed some of the lasted trends in technology, startups and the social web.  You  can find articles on our topics by following our groups bookmarks on Diigo here. Here’s a link to the show.

TheSocialGeeks: TheSocialGeeks Episode 30 – the great email wars.

TheSocialGeeks is happily sponsored by Go Daddy US in this episode. We have a bunch of new codes for you to take advantage of:

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Last I was a guest for the On the Record podcast hosted by Eric Schwartzman. During the podcast we discussed the recent intrest in QR Codes by marketeers, how to deploy and implement QR Codes and some QR Code use cases. Also on the podcast was Don, who gave a few examples how he’s using QR Codes overseas.

The On the Record…Online: Get the story behind the story as reporters from the mainstream media and newsmakers discuss how information technology is changing the news media and entertainment businesses.

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Length: 27:18 minutes

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Thanks Eric for having me on the show.
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What are some QR Code examples you have seen? How are you using QR Codes?

MomentFeed

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This week on the SocialWayne.com Podcast I interview Rob Reed @maxgladwell, founder of @MomentFeed. MomentFeed is a new location-based marketing agency that is committed to developing “Location-Based Engagements” as a new marketing channel. During the podcast we discussed the recent Forrester location-based marketing report, the success of Foursquare and what’s Facebook and Google’s plans for location. We also discussed MomentFeed’s products, the future of location-based services and more. Subscribe to the podcast and/or listen below.

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Length: 40:40 minutes

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What are you thoughts on location-based marketing and the fragmentation of location-based apps?