Facebook’s violent video problem, Netflix nails its quarter and all hail the designer


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On this week’s episode, a beheading video caused a firestorm for Facebook this week. As the social network grows, how will it handle controversial material posted by its users? And on a decidedly less bleak note, we talk about how Netflix is disrupting TV all over the place — and winning while doing it. Then we end with a discussion about the rise of the designer. From leading and kerning to leading and earning, the designer is king (learn more about design in a connected world at our upcoming Roadmap Conference).

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Host: Chris Albrecht
Guests: Mathew Ingram, Janko Roettgers, Katie Fehrenbacher

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