Caught between the digital working world and our love of nature, we discuss the good the bad and the unnecessary products that try to force their way into our every day lives. How do we define "innovation" and will products ultimately be our salvation or our downfall? → find us on twitter → @philcampbell and @dayleeo → discord →smarturl.it/talkback
after three months of seeing, approving, verifying and denying products it's time to find the 'products' we get the most excited about and to really double down on the 'why' -- discussing and talking about products that we can see could have real GAINS in the world if they just got enough exposure or storytelling around, what if we had a group that concentrated solely on this? -- we are looking at building a group of people who weekly/fortnightly want to talk about the eco/sustainability based products they have applied to their own lives.
so many updates to the steemhunt ecosystem this week -- the witness is moving up the ranks, our first partnerships regarding the hunt token and south korean exchanges and much more in this shorter than usual podcast with only one set of good, bad and strange of the week (it's been busy around here!)
this week on productsense we are talking about the new ability to signup a free steem account on the steemhunt.com website instead of having to wait on the steemit.com website for it -- this is huge news! -- we get into that and the good, bad, strange of the week.
don't forget to drop ya email into this -- http://contest.gonetcoins.com -- let's get steem accepted everywhere worldwide on atm machines FTW!
back once again with the ill behavior! ok, so we had a few weeks gap there but lots of things have been happening with the chain and just in life in general so this is where we are, we discuss steemhunt building a witness server and just general good, bad and strange of the last few weeks! sit back, get a drink and spend the next hour with us.
all of the map today about the top of the week 'concepts' -- we saw a lot of concept stuff this week so we decided to have a bit of discussion around it, we were also joined by @urbangladiator as well via little audio samples we dropped into this week's cast! -- feel free to send in shoutouts, beefs, feedback, whatever you want! -- you never know we might play it back in the show.
another episode from @dayleeo and @teamhumble mods on the steemhunt.com project running on stop of the steem blockchain -- a place where you can get incentivized with a crypto currency called steem, kinda like bitcoin but fast and no transaction charges.
today we get into all things concepts, our modbeefs of the week and our good, bad and strange encounters with products we have seen in the platform over the last week.
we have a 'new' section that's going through trials on the website now and also when you share your posts on other sites like facebook or twitter it will correctly show everything like product title, description and the images, yay! go team! :)
second week of our second podcast about all things products and our modding week over on the steemhunt.com blockchain -- some power tips, some MODbeefs and the good, bad and the strange of the submissions to the platform this week.
updates on the airdrop 1:1 ratio HUNT token distribution and we just added two brand new female mods to the team -- let's go!
come follow our steem blog -- https://steemit.com/@productsense -- social blogging on the steem blockchain about all things steemhunt.com
We are super pumped (@teamhumble and @dayleeo) to bring you our first episode of our new podcast via sense & sustainability called @productsense — it’s our hope to enhance the product owners conversation globally and hopefully shine a bit of a light on the thought processes we have about products and hear back from other people about why they make the decisions on products that they do! :)
Having been mods on the fantastic platform @steemhunt for quite some time now we realised that we have conversations each day about the things we have come across and it’s been super interesting to find out what things we like and why — what triggers us as good, bad and the strange and to maybe share a bit of the background to our product choices and the bizarre things we might consider when buying a product! :)