Dot Com Pho: CBC Documentary Edition and Made in the USA Edition

Today was a very special episode of Dot Com Pho in Vancouver, because they were joined by the CBC Documentary team. A special feature on the Vancouver social media scene is being produced and they wanted to feature Dot Com Pho!

Also in the episode is a discussion on why credit cards aren’t evil, plus Michael shows off the LG Optimus 3D Android smartphone as the gadget of the week!

John Chow continued his chapter of Dot Com Pho in Irvine, California too. They do a speed test on Verizon’s 4G network and showcase the only product that is still made in the USA.

5 Responses to “Dot Com Pho: CBC Documentary Edition and Made in the USA Edition”

  1. [...] As an aside, a conversation on the penny and credit cards did come up during Dot Com Pho on Saturday. Check out the first video for [...]

  2. Vance Sova says:

    It was fun to see CBC TV film the Dot Com Pho lunch and doing interviews with the long timers.

    I wonder how you enjoyed your interview. I’d love you to comment about it also on my blog where I write more about the event.

  3. [...] In Orange County, Mother Nature was playing games. One minute it’s hot, the next it’s not. The video also features hot females, lucky guys, and a request for the CBC. [...]

  4. [...] visiting with the Dot Com Pho crew in Vancouver a few weeks ago, Andrew Lavigne made his way down to California to shoot the OC portion of the CBC documentary. [...]

  5. [...] Chow returns to Vancouver for this episode of Dot Com Pho. They talk about the CBC documentary that featured John Chow, Hootsuite and Emily Carr later that day. But Michael Kwan spotted a [...]

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