Media Hacks #25 Is Now Live

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Episode #191 of Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. It’s also episode #25 of Media Hacks.

Thankfully, C.C. Chapman came in and was able to host the intro (I was a little late to the call) where we discuss a whole bunch of stuff that surrounds some bigger themes about privacy, security, publishing and opening up the platforms. There’s talk about Please Rob Me, Foursquare, Wired Magazine, the TED conference and much, much more. Please note: this episode does have language, so it is not work safe. Enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast #191.


  1. Hello Mitch. Enjoyed the podcast, as usual (although I do find the media hacks podcasts to be a bit “pat-ourselves-on-the-back”) and I can’t believe you gave in to Julien’s “kill the music at the end of the podcasts”.
    Anyway, during the discussion one of the guys said he had an archive of “The Best Of TED” and you mentioned you were going to post a link to it. Where would I find the link?
    William Francke

  2. hi mitch, i got my first iPhone this week. i loaded up some episodes of 6 px from the iTunes store and i just wanted to stop by and say that i freakin’ love this podcast. there’s some great insights to be had in even the most recent handful of episodes. thank you!
    as for this media hacks – i got a great chuckle out of the scoble chat.

  3. Hi Mitch
    I heard the debate on swearing come up again at Third Tuesday. It annoys me to hear this censorship to be honest. It is who you (Julien) are. Get over it or don’t listen would be my message. You make it clear in the intro that the content exists.
    Keep it coming guys, great content thank you.

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