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02:08 Kindle Fire Unboxing
08:38 QR Codes for Customer Service – Holograms, Eggs and Onions on Facebook
13:28 Google + Guide Firms
14:05 When will Facebook buy Foursquare? Groupon/Foursquare integration
18:48 New listener @EricaGlasier comments on us laughing at Social Media Professionals
21:05 Amazon Kindle vs. iPad in the workplace
22:40 Voicemail: Whitney on Flipping the Classroom
28:10 Regulating the Internet and Culture of Mediocrity
31:37 LinkedIn Group: Does a marketer have to have a smartphone?
33:41 Upcoming Events: Holiday Travel!
34:01 Question of the Week: What do you think of the new Kindles?
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Our theme song is called Mellow G by Fonkmasters in the Music Alley from Mevio.
When I saw the news that Facebook acquired Gowalla, I remembered this episode. I guess that answers the question you asked: “Why doesn’t Facebook buy foursquare?”