What is The Next Big Thing?

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Bunker Project Episode 137: What is the Next Big Thing?

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Bunker Mavens in attendance:

Bonnie Sainsbury @bsainsbury

Margaret Reynolds @bc_insurancegal

Andrew McGivern @podcasthero

Bob Garlick @bobgarlick

Randall Orser @numbercrunchers

Sanj Sukekar @genesysdesigns

Ian Nethercott @lovebuyingcars

Ambrose Merrell @strategyworksca

Maike White @WhiteWayIT

Paula White @whitewaymedia

Stephanie Michelle Scott @wildfireeffect

 

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Show 137 – The Next Big Thing

The Bunker Project episode 137

Round Table Intros:

Round Table Intro Question: Name, Twitter Handle and what do you think is the next big thing in Social / New Media?

• Bob says the next big thing is Google Glass
• Sanj said the next big thing is Video.
• Randall said the next big thing changes every 5 seconds.
• Bonnie said the next big thing is Google Hangouts.
• Margaret says the next big thing is Women Talking Tech
• Ian says Linked In is the next big thing.
• Ambrose says he doesn’t know but doesn’t believe it is video.
• Maike says she agrees video is the next big thing.
• Paula said Linked In and 3D Printing are the next big thing.
• Stephanie said creative ways to build community is the next big thing.
• Carlo said video is the next big thing. He agrees with Sanj.

Video

• Vine has a category at the Tribeca film festival.
• Bob says don’t focus on long videos. Make lots of short videos. A few minutes or even a few seconds.
Windows 8 and Office 365
• Bonnie has had a sneak peak at the MS Office 365 and she says it will blow us all away.
• Maike is a big Microsoft fan.
• Bonnie is moving over to Microsoft for two months and might not go back to Google.
• Stephanie asks if we think the mobile operating system is taking over desktop and laptop operating systems.
• Maike would like to see a hybrid computer which is a full blown computer and a mobile app.
• Andrew talks about Bluestacks and how he got Angry Birds Star Wars for free on his Windows 8 PC.

Question from Ricky

Ricky calls in and asks us how to start a podcast at a low cost.
We talk about the different ways you can start a podcast.
• Libsyn, Blubrry, Archive.org and Web Hosting
• Microphones – USB Headset Mic vs ATI2100
• Condenser vs Dynamic Microphones
• And more…

Blogger and Google Plus comments can now be linked.

• Andrew has been testing the new G+ / Blogger comment integration and it is pretty cool.
• You can start a free Blogger blog and write a post and share it to Google + and all the comments will appear in both G+ and Blogger.
• Circle Rules still apply so you can leave a comment that is only visible to circles that you share it too.
The Law has to catch up with Social Media
• Brian Burke is trying to unmask the people who accused him of having an affair. 18 aliases were named in the case.
• We talk about whether people should be hiding behind usernames that aren’t tied to their identity on Social Media.
• Bonnie brings up an example about two families that were thrown in jail over false accusations of sexual abuse. It was later determined to be completely false.
• Maike brings up the Stanford University experiment where regular people can become abusive if put in positions of power.
If you upload pictures to Social Media sites in the UK you don’t own them anymore.
• New legislation in the UK means all your Instagram pics can be used by anyone unless it is clearly marked.
• We talk about who owns the rights to your images.
• If you buy an image it is only for your use, not your clients use, etc.
• Sanj said if it is a personal blog it isn’t as big a deal. But if it is your business site make sure you have a license.

Other topics covered:

The Voxer App
Blackberry Z10 predictive text… just flick it up.
And loads of digressions…
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Andrew McGivern is a podcaster, blogger and mobile tech guy. Father of three awesome little ones. Interested in Social Media Marketing, New Media and Podcasting, Technology, Natural Health and Green Energy.