Engadget Live 14×02: talking to strangers and making money
Social networks have promoted new ways of expressing ourselves and communicating. Snapchat filters or TikTok dances are just one example, but it doesn’t stop there: now the trend is to enter rooms and chat or listen to strangers (Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, etc.).
In this Xataka Live, our technology and entertainment program, we talked about Stereo, an application available for iOS and Android with which you can organize shows and talk and listen to whoever you want. The succulent? That you can earn money with it.
We talk about Stereo in Stereo
At Engadget Live we like to test everything we talk about, so it occurred to us that it was a good idea to talk about Stereo, how it works, how users can earn money, etc. on Stereo itself. For this, we have Natalia Cortazar, Director of Stereo in Spain.
In the rest of our usual sections I meet again with Javier Lacort, with whom we make a connection by Stereo to talk about fascinating communication methods (like homing pigeons, which are not a myth); John Tones focuses on made-up languages of science fiction; in our battle of geeks, Andrés Mohorte Y Samuel Oliver they are faced because one prefers to send only text messages, while the other is more of voice notes.
We raffle a check for 150 euros from Amazon
If you want to win a check for 150 euros to spend on whatever you want within Amazon, watch the program, answer the comment we have left on YouTube telling us what your favorite moment is and the best answer takes it.
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