Show NotesIn which we talk about Taylor Swift, Twitter, and changes in expectations. We admit that Chris is a Taylor Swift fan and that Stephen is a hipster. Then we get down to the business of talking about how these two changes differ both in messaging and in contente, and look at the ways that both consumers and
- Intro (1:20)
- Haters Gonna Hate (1:20–07:40)
- Turning Itself Into Facebook (07:40–16:33)
- Artists and Corporations Are Not the Same (16:33–24:15)
- Social Media of Record (24:15–28:48)
- Conclusion (28:48–29:40)
- “Betamax”, by Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey – used by permission.
- “Winning Slowly Theme”, by Chris Krycho: still super neat. Right?
- “Shake It Off” – official music video
- “Haters, Keep Hating: Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ Will Take Over the World”
- “This is how Twitter is starting to fundamentally redefine itself”
- “Twitter now officially says your timeline is more than just tweets from people you follow”
- Previous episodes referenced on the show:
- 0.01: We Need Some Context! – Religious twittering, Google nesting, and hobbyists careering.
- 0.04: Tell Me What To Do – Beating Up Writers, Musical Careering, and Losing Editorially
- 0.13: Ten Thousandth Lightbulb – What Happened to ADN, Paying to Socialize, Free or Not Free
- 0.14: Deep In Their Bones – Tech Companies Which Just Can’t Pivot, Denominations Don’t Change Fast Either, Dealing in Institutional Realities
- 1.01: Massive Emotional Contagion – Facebook’s Social (Network) Science, User Responsibility, and Corporate Ethics
- 1.05: Ars Moriendi – This Is An Orchestra, Those Lyrics, You Have to Go Through Death
- 1.06: Rebuke Me Some People – Act Like Grownups, Rules 0 and 1, But We Still Disagree, Calling People on the Carpet