Summary: Leif Chastaine and Christopher Carfi discuss Yahoo’s strategy, Google’s censorship, the remix culture and customer “co-creation” of products, the American Marketing Association’s “Ahead of the Curve” session in Scottsdale, and this week’s RIM/BlackBerry update. (33:06)
Show notes for February 3, 2006
The audio file is available here (MP3, 32MB), or subscribe to our RSS feed to automatically have future shows downloaded to your MP3 player.
00:00 : Intro
01:04 : Yahoo “quits” the search race? Or do they?
09:08 : Google image censorship and strategy
16:30 : The importance of customer “co-creation” of products
27:30 : RIM: “Non-final” judgement regarding BlackBerry is just that
31:45 : Social Networking: Ahead of the Curve (Scottsdale)
32:23 : Wrapup
Dave Taylor (“What do Yahoo, Apple and Ferrari have in common?”), Yahoo quits, Yahoo gives up, Yahoo content to be Google’s footstool, Yahoo gives up race with Google, Steve Rubel, Google image censorship, Paul Greenberg, BPT Partners, customer co-creation, NTP=”No Tenable Patents?”, RIM patent dispute, AMA High Tech Trends in Marketing