The Social Media Clarity podcast has just started with an initial 15 minute show devoted to analysis and advice on social media platforms and product design (http://bit.ly/12Edwvx), moderated by Randy Farmer (@frandallfarmer) and with Bryce Glass (@bryceglass) and myself. We plan to talk about a range of topics related to social media, online community, reputation systems, incentive design, analytics, visualization, and collective participation. I hope you will give a listen to the first show, Randy did a great job getting a quality recording and editing a polished package.
This episode we talk about changing rules for access to the data we all put into the cloud. The discussion is related to this post “Over the edge: Twitter API 1.1 makes “Follows” edges hard to get” – documenting the impact of changes in access to data through social media APIs. The implication from the discussion is that business may need to start building their own social network data sets since they cannot rely on cloud platforms to guarantee their access to their own data.
We plan to produce more episodes, please let us us know what topics you’d like to hear discussed.