This week on The Little Radio Show we talk about the changes to Instagram and how it compares to (and contrasts with) Snapchat. We take a look at Pokemon Go & the app industry, as an economic sector. We also take a look at the rental industry in Houston and the rising rent prices.
Thanks for tuning in to another The Little Radio Show Digital Extra episode. Episode 44x provides the outtake from our conversation about Instagram’s new logo (which you can find at Episode 44). There’s 4+ minutes of conversation that didn’t make it into the weekly radio show due to time constraints. Enjoy!
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This week on The Little Radio Show we talk about Instagram rolling out the feature that allows users to manage multiple accounts without having to log out. Previously, Instagram required that you sign out and sign in again to manage another account. Now you can be logged in to up to five accounts from your mobile device … and we’re very happy.
Did you know that Houston is hosting the next Super Bowl? We are! In fact, Houston is hosting the 2016 Final Four, is one of the host cities for the Copa America Centenario over the summer and is the host for Super Bowl 2017.
Have you heard of #FirstWorldProblems? We discuss what this means to us and how we allow minor inconveniences to become major catastrophes.
And we look at the tradition of quinceañeras. We talk a little about the traditions surrounding this “coming of age” celebration as well as reminisce about our own family histories with it.
In today’s episode we talk about Facebook’s Memorialized Accounts and their new option to designate a Legacy Contact. With these options Facebook gives you the ability to decide what will happen to your account after you pass away as well as who will oversee your account.
We take a look at “Club de Cuervos,” Netflix’s first Spanish-language original programming. The dramedy features Luis Gerard Mendez and Mariana Treviño as Chava and Isabel Iglesias, a brother and sister who are battling for control of a soccer team in the aftermath of their father’s death.
We also discuss other topics, including:
- Sam and Nia Rader’s video announcement of their pregnancy, and the subsequent video announcement of their miscarriage.
- Fans start a petition to get Selena included in Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.
- An All-Star Tribute was coordinated for singer/songwriter Joan Sebastian.
- Hootsuite now allows scheduling posts to Instagram.
- Vote for our panel in the SXSW 16 Panel Picker: “Spanglish in a Bicultural USA.”