Posted by Yasmine on January 5th, 2011 1 Comment
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0:24 Martin opens the show.
1:36 Following up to the previous episode on Inside PR, Martin mentions that this week, they will be talking about three things that may be on the next big thing in social media or PR.
3:40 Using the example of Facebook raising 500 million dollars from Goldman Sachs, Joe wonders if this trend will lead to companies rushing to sell rather than thoroughly develop their product.
6:16 Gini feels like it’s 2000 again with all the money being thrown around these days.
6:35 Joe hopes that government will go past the experimentation stage with social media and really embrace it.
8:05 Martin wonders if the WikiLeaks controversy will affect how governments approach open data.
8:55 Joe points out that WikiLeaks wasn’t the result of a social media problem, but rather a leaky employee problem.
11:05 Gini talks about the FCC’s decision on net neutrality and how there are two versions of the internet now.
14:00 On the CBC Spark podcast, Barbara Van Shewick was interviewed about internet architecture and innovation. Joe recommends listening to it as the interview explores interesting and complex issues.
17:15 Martin closes the show.
This week’s episode was produced by Yasmine Kashefi.