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Podcast Episode 6: The Brandy Lawson Interview, The News and Facebook Rants

This entry was posted in Podcasts on April 10, 2019 by Mark Maunder   2 Replies

This week we follow up on two stories from last week, the Pipdig P3 plugin and Jetpack suggestions found within the WordPress plugin dashboard. We also take a look at quite a few privacy concerns with Grammarly, malware in the healthcare industry, and we discuss privacy concerns with Facebook. I also talk to Brandy Lawson, a digital agency entrepreneur in Phoenix, Arizona. Brandy is passionate about helping coaches, speakers, and authors who are making an impact on the world. I had a wonderful conversation with Brandy at WordCamp Phoenix that I think you’ll really enjoy.

Here are approximate timestamps in case you want to jump around:
0:37 – The pipdig story followup
8:30 – Jetpack plugin suggestions
14:00 – Mika Epstein blog post
17:30 – Grammarly privacy concerns
27:05 – Healthcare malware
34:00 – Marcus Hutchins update
36:05 – Facebook privacy concerns
54:55 – The Brandy Lawson interview

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You can find me on Twitter as @mmaunder, Kathy as @kathyzant, and Brandy Lawson as @thefieryfx. Please don’t hesitate to post your feedback in the comments below.

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2 Comments on "Podcast Episode 6: The Brandy Lawson Interview, The News and Facebook Rants"

Doug April 10, 2019 at 10:46 am

There's also a pipdig hosting reseller. Are these the same people?

Kathy Zant April 12, 2019 at 10:08 am

The pipdig hosting site appears to be the same entity as pipdig theme sellers.

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