FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedIn Audio MP3Audio MP3 Hosts: Frederick Van Johnson, Doug Kaye, Valerie Jardin and Martin Bailey Episode Overview This week on TWiP, we are back in the Google+ Hangout format! Here’s what’s on tap: Instagram’s Terms of Service Snafu CES Expectations and Predictions Photography and Publishing in 2013 And an Interview with ‘the Godfather of TWiP’ Scott Bourne Doug Kaye, Valerie Jardin and Martin Bailey join Frederick Van Johnson to discuss these topics and much more on this week’s episode of TWiP. AND THE WINNER OF THE “MC HARRINGTON” PHOTOSHOP CHALLENGE IS… …JESSICA BLACKWELL! Congratulations to her for her winning image above. Be sure to click on the images below to see other contest entries. Thanks again to all who participated! [box] Interview with ‘The Godfather of TWiP’ Scott Bourne This week, Frederick interviews co-founder of TWiP, Scott Bourne. The conversation focuses on Instagram’s recent woes and then delves into Scott’s future plans and his thoughts on publishing for photographers. [/box] Please Support our Sponsors: This episode is brought to you by: The New Squarespace. Squarespace introduces a new content management system, making it faster and easier to create a high-quality website or blog. Check out the new mobile-responsive designs with automatic device-scaling and more than 50 other new features. For a free trial and 10% off your first purchase on new accounts, go to SquareSpace.com/TWiP and use offer code TWiP1. Connect with Our Hosts & Guests: Doug Kaye: Portfolio, Blog, Twitter, Google+, Facebook Valerie Jardin: Portfolio, Workshops, Blog, Facebook, Google+ Martin Bailey: Portfolio, Blog, Twitter, Google+ Facebook Frederick Van Johnson: www.mediabytes.com or www.twitter.com/frederickvan or Google+ Credits: Pre-production by: Patrick Reed Post production by: Suzanne Llewellyn Bandwidth provided by: Cachefly Intro Music by Scott Cannizzaro Photo Credits: kdonovan_gaddy Eric Mazzone How do you use ifttt to cross post to Google Plus? I’m having a heck of a time figuring that out. Thanks in advance! http://forrest-tanaka.com/ Forrest Tanaka On Frederick’s question about whether Twitter is over or not, it’s really that – among social networks – Twitter is singularly inconvenient for photographers. You don’t see nice big photos in your Twitter stream the way you do on Google+. That’s why I don’t really focus on Twitter for my photography. But as a WordPress developer, Twitter is indispensable. All the great Web developers and designers are on Twitter all the time, and I learn a ton that way. victor seiciuc http://sexychatroom.org – VIP Chat with nude models Jim Skype audio is terrible and full of gaps. Fredick it is called a land line and phone card. Old sometimes means tried, tested and true.