As usual this App Wednesday was an outstanding show!
John Biehler reclaimed the crown of glory that has eluded him for the past several months. Reigning champ Connor Meakins brought some very cool apps to the table including the terrific personal improvement app, http://lift.do and Art Factora injected his usual mix of humor and practicality. But this show was a two horse race between David Hathaway and John. David hit some home runs with Dumb Ways to Die and Fatify (which includes the aformentioned fart feature). John however, had several solid contenders including the ultimate app of the week, Ingress.
This week we'll look at Apple's new products first shown at the worldwide developer conference, we talk about social media strategy, and gadgets, gadgets galore!
Andy Walker headlines this week show as we discuss Apple's WWDC 2013. iOS7, OS X Mavericks, and a long-awaited new Mac Pro highlighted the conference.
Akash Sablok is our go to gadgets guy. He comes in studio and shares with me some of the best gadgets for summer. You got your car polishing gadgets, your helicopter camera gadgets, and even your beer bottle opening iPhone case gadgets.
Douglas Idugboe is a marketing strategist and social media icon. He has built a huge following on Twitter with his blend of timely content and insightful commentary.
There are a lot of good email clients out there for the iPhone. Everyone of them seems to be an improvement over Apple's native email client, although that might change with the release of iOS 7. But until it is released to the masses, I will continue to use third-party email apps. My current app d'amore, Dispatch, if you use an iPhone, take 6 minutes and watch this demo, and thank me later!
The CRTC came down relatively hard on the major mobility carriers this week, establishing a code of conduct. In reality there is more bark than bite to it, but at least there is bark!
Gillian Shaw, of the Vancouver Sun fills us in.
Sam Fiorella once lost a job because he didn't have an impressive Klout score, it got him interested in the world of Influence marketing, and he is now one of the leading experts in the field. We pick Sam's brain, Influence Marketing 101!
Northern Voice 2013 is an annual Blogging Conference for real bloggers, what are real bloggers,? Just about everyone who writes, posts or breaths, according to Shane Birley.
Julian Sanders of London Drugs has a very cool virus stick, you need to hear about it to believe it, almost makes me want as virus!
Gmail has released an upgrade which changes the interface for your Gmail account fairly significantly. They are following on the heels of tabbed web browsing, which has proven to be a very effective way of navigating the web.
With a tabbed email client, Google sorts our email into one of up to four main subject headings. We don't have a tremendous amount of control over the sorting future, and we have no control at all over the subjects themselves, but it should serve to reduce information overload in your inbox.
One of the ongoing shortcomings with Evernote, and there have been few, is the lack of a Reminders feature.
In this video I take a first look at Evernote Reminders!
This week Mari Smith, the frst lady of Facebook joins us to talk about how small business can and should engage in Facebook.
Paul Holmes is one of the organizers of Social Media Camp, whichwas a huge success in Victoria this month. They are extending the fun, the networking and the learning by launching the frst Social Media Cruise this September.
Dotto Tech regular Julian Sanders, of London Drugs, shows us a very cool antivirus tool.