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Summary:

On this week’s episode of the podcast, we look at how Instgram flipped Twitter the bird and what that means for both services, what new content deals from Netflix and Amazon mean for your kids and finally, is Google adding a layer on top of iOS?

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It was an interesting week, to say the least, in the consumer tech space: Mathew Ingram explains how Instagram cropped Twitter out of the picture and what that means for fans of food pictures, Janko Roettgers and Laura Owen break down recent content plays from Netflix and Amazon, and Janko sticks around to chat about the new Gmail and YouTube apps for iOS.

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SHOW NOTES:
00:00 – Instagram v. Twitter (bonus: College Humor’s genius Look at this Instagram)

12:54 – Netflix’s Disney deal and Amazon Kindle’s kid content

28:39 – New GMail and YouTube app for iOS

39:33 – Parting gifts:

Erica likes hastheusgoneoffthefiscalcliff.com

Janko looks forward to YouTube on Virgin America flights

Chris just like watching well produced YouTube videos on the big screen

PREVIOUS EPISODES:
RoadMap re-run, our talk with Instagram’s Kevin Systrom

iTunes 11, When Things Connect, Sun Volt

What Aspiring New Media Stars Should Know About Agents and Managers

Holiday Gadget Gift Guide

War Tweets, Google TV and Nexus 4

Director Jay Duplass on low-fi movies through high-tech

Election Dissection, Ditching DSL and Dumping the iPad

Sandy’s Social, Infrastructure Impact and Forstall

Windows 8 Surfaces, and disruption eruption

iPad Mini, iMac gets skinny

Boxee Cloud DVR, Apple Rumors and Chromebook

Commutist interview: Joy of X author Steven Strogatz

Commutist podcast: Patent trolls, Costco ban and Passbook’s home run

Commutist, meet Nerdist, and interview with Chris Hardwick

T-Metro, Broadband Caps, Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple’s iO-Mess, Dirty Data Centers and Tesla

News from the Mobilize Conference

Paul Tough: How Children Succeed and what you can learn from them

The iPhone 5 Event

Come on, Kindle, Light My 4G Fire

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  2. Regarding Twitter being free, nothing is free. Facebook, Google, Twitter they all use your personal data to earn money. So nothing is really free.

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