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For the last episode of 2010 three more archival hits from the last year - all of which focus on a similar thought ... authenticity.

Zappo's CEO Tony Hsieh (episode #60) talks about his book "Delivering Happiness" and shares his background and thoughts as an entrepreneur; JR Johnson of Lunch.com (episode ...
So we had said all the rest of the 2010 shows would be pre-recorded ... and for today's episode that's *mostly* true! In today's episode, Cathy will be playing a series of repeat interviews - including one with Jeffrey Hayzlett - and in between will be live for chat, discussing the topics and airing ...
This week is the second in the December cavalcade of repeat episodes ... this one, however, isn't an oldie, but it's still a goodie. Freshly back from the TEDWomen conference in Washington, DC Cathy felt inspired to repeat the last LIVE show of this year - focusing on women in business and sexism. Guests ...
NOTE: This week's show is a rebroadcast of episode #35 - from LeWeb 2009.

In this show guests Robert Scoble, Chris Heuer, Chris Sacca and Osama Bedier join Cathy for wide ranging conversation from the City of Lights.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/search/storytelling/">storytelling</a><a ...
This week marks the last LIVE episode of Social Media Hour for 2010. Through December we'll be running repeats of top shows from the last year.

For our last fresh episode of the year, Cathy will be tackling a topic that has arisen on the show several times, and this time we'll be taking a slightly different ...
While commercial interest started tapping us on the shoulder and giving a "psssst, it's holiday time" many weeks ago, traditionally it's the week of Thanksgiving when folks not only start thinking about Christmas (Hanukah, Kwanzaa) but also about gratitude. Thing is, with technology and the way in which ...
Fundraising is challenging in any climate, but add to that a solid economic pinch and everyone has to get creative ... and that's where new technology platforms and innovative ideas come in. On today's show, looking at two different industries using crowdsourced platforms to drive funding - filmmaking ...
This week's show is all about disruption and changing paradigms in two very different spaces.

It may not be a "major" election year, but this year's cycle is getting plenty of attention - and that is due in very large part to the way in which candidates are leveraging new media technologies to engage ...
Ah ... entertainment ... the consumption of it, the creation of it and the way it's changed - all thanks to technology. On this week's show, a look at two decidedly different angles on how technology is bringing entertainment to the masses. First, social media social butterfly Krystyl Baldwin joins the ...
Failure.

Just the word might make old school business folks shiver, but in the realm of today's business - especially in technology - failure is not only a badge of honor it's a requirement for learning ... provided of course one learns from their mistakes. On this week's episode, Cathy is joined by ...
Freshly back from a stint in LA, Cathy is back in her San Francisco studio for this week's episode. On this week's docket - the upcoming BlogWorld Expo and a deep discussion about ethics and integrity in the social media community. This year's BlogWorld Expo, like previous years, has several themed tracks ...
This week Cathy is joined by two entrepreneurs who are launching their new businesses at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco this week. Both are serial entrepreneurs (it ain't their first rodeo) but we can't say who they are because the TechCrunch folks insist that all companies stay mum on the fact ...
You've heard about throughout the blogosphere. You've seen the coverage in major media. You may even have seen its cameo in one of the most recent iPad commercials. It's Flipboard - what's being called the game changer for curating and consuming your social stream. On this episode, Cathy's joined by ...
Using technology to do good means many things and this week, Social Media Hour looks at several angles. First, Jeanne Rizzo the President and CEO of the Breast Cancer Fund will join the program to talk about the way in which their organization leverages social media to fundraise, expand awareness and ...
A few weeks ago a blog post caught Cathy's eye. The topic - whether or not to outsource social media. Now having a fairly froth perspective on this, she was keen to read it, and was even more excited when on that week's episode of Social Media Hour she saw that the author was in the chat room. After ...
Trust. Integrity. Reputation. Three powerful words that we've tackled before on Social Media Hour, and this week we take them on again. This time around it's through two different lenses - the impact on making news from the realm of crowd sourcing it, and the idea of utterly anonymous professional business ...
Tales of Lana Turner being discovered at Schwab's, and any number of other seeming sheer luck stories have brought legions of aspiring young actors and actresses to Hollywood - each one hoping for being the next person found by some talent agent.

Truth is, these stories are more rare than the Dodo, ...
This week Social Media Hour departs slightly from its usual format. We'll kick off with Natalie Fonseca, one of the brains behind some of the great activities happening in Seattle for Geek Week this week (including the pii conference on privacy). So that part is usual. Then instead of continuing on a ...
Irony and celebration on this week's episode of Social Media Hour. First the celebration - In the spirit of disclosure (and as is evidenced by many previous episodes) I have been and continue to be a fervent supporter for LGBT equal rights. Last Wednesday a Federal judge overturned California's Proposition ...
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