We kinda wish that we didn’t have to spend the last GigaOM Podcast of 2012 talking about Instagram again, but they went and changed their terms of service, throwing the internet into a tizzy, so Eliza Kern helps us sort through who’s selling whose filtered photos. Then Janko Roettgers talks to us about Netflix encoding its movies 120 times as well as Redbox’s streaming service. And finally, Ki Mae Heussner gives us some tips on how to find the right co-working spot.
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg
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0:00 – 13:35 – Instagram’s ToS puts an angry filter on users
26:06 – 34:23 – What to look for in a co-working space
34:24 – 38:02 – Parting gifts
Ki Mae straightens up with the LUMO posture sensor
Erica really loves the interactive storytelling of this New York Times avalanche piece
And Chris suggests deleting Facebook from your phone
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