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02/21/2017The Lightseekers mobile game combines smart action figures, augmented reality and collectable cards. Here's a quick explanation of how it all meshes together.
02/21/2017Guppies exposed to predators tend to aggregate into smaller, more tightly knit groups, which may allow them to coordinate their predator avoidance strategies. Jason G. Goldman reports.
02/21/2017The Hero Droid BB-8, created by Spin Master, is a realistic RC-controlled version of the beloved Star Wars character.
02/21/2017Apple’s plans for TV, Caavo gives one interface for all boxes, and the future of Plex from Jared Newman. With special guest Jared Newman (https://twitter.com/OneJaredNewman). Subscribe to and support Cordkillers at http://www.cordkillers.com Become our bosses! Pledge at http://www.patreon.com/cordkillers Download video
02/21/2017The Lightseekers mobile game combines smart action figures, augmented reality and collectable cards. Here's a quick explanation of how it all meshes together.
02/21/2017 Joep Pennartz started Shacky out of a desire to create opportunities for a digital detox. To look out the window, listen to birds and take a deep, long breath. After a particularly hectic period in his life, he and his girlfriend managed a getaway in a little place that had no mobile service, and just two days in this environment felt like a whole month's worth of relaxation. As time went on he realised that this type of a holiday was a growing need for many people who need to unwind and go on a digital detox. This lead to the start of  the Shacky adventure. [Tweet "Digital detox business success with @tinyshacky"] This is a story of innovation (which Joep has a Masters degree in), crowdfunding and just some really clever marketing ideas. [Tweet "How @tinyshacky caught the eye of @airbnb #smallbiz #entrepreneur #podcast"] I think you’re going to love this chat, Joep's passion for his business and the way in which he has gone about building it is truly inspiring. We cover a tonne of marketing ground including: JOMO (the joy of missing out) a term Joep likes to use when promoting these beautiful tiny houses Some nice 1 percenters that Joep has done to build and promote Shacky A great PR hack How Air BnB used the Shakies to help build their brand [Tweet "There's #FOMO then there's  #JOMO and it's soooo much better"] Also in this episode of your favourite marketing podcast ... I share a simple 3-step process for getting customer feedback in our most popular segment lovingly called What Have You Got To Lose? And we go back into the Small Business Big Marketing vault, revisiting a past episode revisiting a popular episode with my old mates (and speaking coaches) Zara and Troy from Humour Australia I also went to one of Key Person of Influence Brand Accelerator Events. It's 8-hours full of solid content. If you're interested here's a 50% discount on the ticket price. Here are my top 3 learnings from attending the event: Matthew Michalewicz a previous guest on the show presented on Pitching - His key take away was the “Name, same, different” philosophy. eg. My name is Tim Reid, I’m like a marketing consultant but I’m different in that I share my knowledge from stage and a podcast. How can you use that philosophy in your business? Rebecca Coomes - an ex-marketing consultant who’d made a decision that her true passion is helping people overcome a particular gut problem called SIBO (that she also suffered from) - she’s now a leading expert in this area and has an incredible product eco-system including books, courses, coaching, live events. I’m actually going to get her on an upcoming episode soon. Hair Salon Coach Lisa Conway talked about how it’s OK to be yourself as you build into becoming a key person of influence in your industry. AND, I've got some EXCITING news. The next Small Business Big Marketing 'Outsourcing Tour of The Philippines' is coming up! Learn about all the options that are out there for outsourcing to the Philippines Visit businesses that are successfully doing it Hang out with other motivated business owners It costs $2,990 twin share and it's on March 27-29, 2017 Check out all the juicy details at smallbusinessbigmarketing.com/tour [Tweet "I love @TimboReid 's The Small Business Big Marketing Show"] Yep, you guessed it, another huge episode, so let's get stuck, right in.     EPISODE TIMELINE 00:00  Two marketing insights 00:50  Teaser 01:40  Welcome & overview 03:30  3 dates that I would love for you to save in your calendar 05:20  3 learnings from the KPI Brand Accelerator event 07:40  Today’s guest introduction - Joep Pennartz 08:35  Interview with Joep Pennartz 43:50  Insights into Cornerstone Business Solutions 45:30  My Top 3 Attention Grabbers from my chat with Joep Pennartz 46:52  3 steps to getting customer feedback  49:47 Wrap-up and an insight in to both a past guest & next week’s guest   MY TOP 3 MARKETING ATTENTION GRABBERS   JOMO - The joy of missing out. We should look for more opportunities to miss out on things. The signage containing the website address Joep had on the back of his first Shacky when he was delivering it. This is a great example of really believing in your product and grabbing every opportunity to get the word out. I love the fact that he didn’t opt for the most obvious business model which would have been to mass produce Shackies for individual sale. And I love that one if the reasons he did this was to maintain control of his brand.   RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED   Shacky's official website Shacky's crowd funding page The Castaway Awards (of which I am the proud MC)   Crowdfunding links:   Amanda Palmer - The Art of Asking   Clay Hebert - Crowdfunding Hacks   Other links mentioned in this episode: 3 Steps to Getting Customer Feedback Interview with Scott Kilmartin about buiding the world's most beautiful ice-cream truck Interview with Matthew Michalewicz on the perfect pitch     EPISODE SPONSORS   Cornerstone Business Solutions Reduce your business running cost by up to 90% Key Person of Influence – Become highly valued & highly paid Grab a FREE hard or audio copy of their Amazon best-seller.     OVER TO YOU … What was your biggest marketing learning or ah-ha moment from this episode? Leave your comment below. My guest and I respond to each and every comment.  
02/21/2017Hardening Postfix Against FTP Relay Attacks https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/Hardening+Postfix+Against+FTP+Relay+Attacks/22086/ Kaspersky Examins Mobile Car Apps https://securelist.com/analysis/publications/77576/mobile-apps-and-stealing-a-connected-car/ Cars "Remember" Prior Owners http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/17/technology/used-car-hack-safety-location/ Xen Project Reconsidering Vulnerability Disclosure Policy https://blog.xenproject.org/2017/02/14/request-for-comment-scope-of-vulnerabilities-for-which-xsas-are-issued/ Stagefright Vulnerability had minimal affect on Android Security https://www.rsaconference.com/speakers/adrian_ludwig
02/21/2017The Hero Droid BB-8, created by Spin Master, is a realistic RC-controlled version of the beloved Star Wars character.
02/21/2017 Demystifying public speaking: this week Paul and Rich talk to Lara Hogan, an engineering director at Etsy whose most recent book, Demystifying Public Speaking, aims to help get more diverse voices onstage in the tech world. Topics covered include overcoming specific fears before getting onstage, how to process feedback, and some of her own experiences onstage, from highlights on down to one particular public-speaking horror show. They also discuss her career at Etsy and the joys and challenges of management.