Looking into President Obama’s Second Term Tech Agenda as Jim and Dave discuss what web issues are the Obama administration likely to deal with? They welcome SEMPO President/ Rosetta Dir. of Thought Leadership/SEO Rockstars host Chris Boggs and Search Engine Journal writer Michelle Stinson Ross who wrote a recent article on the subject entitled Barack Obama: President of the Tech Era.
This week, FCC Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve controversial net neutrality rules. Jim and give opposing views on the new rules imposed.
Robert Scoble is a top 100 tech blogger, technical evangelist, and author, best known for his blog, Scobleizer. Jim speaks candidly to Robert about his time , as a technical evangelist at Microsoft, his thoughts on blogging , social media, net neutrality, and the philosophy behind being a evangelist.
SEW Labs are a totally new track, sourced exclusively from the Search Engine Watch community, and SEW chief editor Jonathan Allen introduces us to the new concept coming to SES San Francisco 2010.
Jim and Dave discusses Google-Verizon talks on net neutrality which spark a firestorm of debate.
Best Selling Author and Serial Entrepreneur Joel Comm talks to Jim and Dave about his career work in affiliate marketing, his current work social media and mobile marketing and offers up some hints to his upcoming keynote at AffCon 2010 in Denver.
He also comments on the involvement of the federal government when it comes to taxation and net neutrality.
Jim and Dave discusses FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announcing his full support behind the principles of Net Neutrality, plus tells us about how he got Twitter hacked.
Preserving Net Neutrality with Craig Aaron from The SavetheInternet.com Coalition which urges Congress to preserve Network Neutrality, the First Amendment of the Internet, which ensures that the Internet remains open to new ideas, innovation and progress.
Christopher Wolf , who chairs the Internet law practice group at the law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP and co chairs the public policy advocacy group Hands Off the Internet gives his take on the Net Neutrality Debate, plus Jim and Dave interview Marty Weintraub of the Aim Clear Search Marketing Blog.