Justin and Justin invite a very special, well-dressed guest, Andy Crestodina of Orbit Media, to chat about conversion rate optimization (CRO), the idea and ethics of conveying scarcity in UX design, and the chances for Solid, the new Web ID standard by Tim Berners Lee, and whether it could form the foundation of a new privacy standard online. We also offer Andy an opportunity to shamelessly plug his new book, “Content Chemistry.”
Following-up from the First Amendment conversation from Episode 9, Justin and Justin invite a very special guest, Chicago attorney, Lenny Gail of Massey & Gail, LLP, to provide a more nuanced and educated perspective on the issues of free speech. We discuss Alex Jones, Elon Musk’s 420 moments, and whether our Commander in Chief bears any legal responsibility for his attacks on public companies. And finally, we wonder if the government will step in to regulate Facebook before they destroy our democracy or Adam Smith’s invisible hand in the shape of generation Z, will simply kill it with indifference.
Justin and Justin discuss Lollapalooza goers’ illicit use of GPS, the latest Android Pie update, the decline of Movie Pass, growth hacking, and whether our A.I. overlords will deliver us to personal freedom or ultimately turn us into batteries.
Justin and Justin discuss two recent articles from the web about the latest arms race among chip makers to capitalize on the AI explosion, plus YouTube’s attempts to mitigate the effects of “fake news” on its platform. And finally, the Justins discuss 3 counterintuitive tips for a successful digital transformation.
Justin & Justin talk about Europe’s sweeping consumer privacy protection regulation, GDPR—what the EU says it is, what it’s purpose really appears be and how it could have served it’s stated mission more effectively had the EU applied a little design thinking in its drafting of the law.