Photo by Jason DeFillippo

Swell Guy Jay Goldman. Photo by Jason DeFillippo

Friend of the show Jay Goldman joins us from NYC to talk about Facebook shenanigans and his new book “The Decoded Company.” Jason has one of his patented epiphanies about how tech is cooler than ever but the people making it just aren’t.

Show Notes

Jay Goldman

The Decoded Company: Know Your Talent Better Than You Know Your Customers

Official Decoded Company Website

Not dead yet: Dutch, British governments pay to keep Windows XP alive

The End of Facebook

Hidden LA

I’m a Grammy Nominated Artist. Want to See My Royalty Statements?

Vine adds messaging in biggest update since launch

The Internet map

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How Dropbox sacrifices user privacy for cost savings

‘Game of Thrones’ Piracy for Season 4 Premiere Reaches Record Levels

Battle TV: Yahoo and Microsoft jump into the original-series game

Wow, protestors picket Kevin Rose

Airbnb Hosts in San Francisco Facing Wave of Evictions

Google Glass livestream brings your privacy nightmares to life

French Employees Encouraged to Shut Off Email After 6 p.m.

Drop Dropbox

Buy a transporter.

The Heartbleed Bug

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Monument Valley

Zen Bound 2

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Quitting Apps in iOS Actually Worsens Battery Life

How Wasteful is it to Keep My Chargers Plugged in When Not Connected to Their Devices?

The 10th Anniversary of Shaun of the Dead and the amazing screenplays from Edgar Wright’s site.

Tech Douchebags

‘Battlestar Galactica’ Movie Gets New Life at Universal

The Devil Is Real, and He Made a Song About Social Media Marketing

Looking For Tom Lehrer, Comedy’s Mysterious Genius

‘Star Trek’ actress lends her gravitas to film promoting idea that sun revolves around Earth

And a HufffNOOOOOOOO moment

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