About The Social Life:
The Social Life is a show about our digital lifestyle and aims to provide insightful and thought provoking content.
The dynamic duo, Lewis Bostock and Katie Du Fall look at Social Media, Tech, Fashion & Film from a New Zealand perspective. (2011 – Social Media NZ)
News and Reviews:
The New York Times Doco and Fashion Bloggers
In this premiere episode of “The Social Life”, the dynamic duo, Lewis Bostock and Katie Du Fall look at the latest lessons to be learned from The New York Times and the influence of Fashion Bloggers.
The Value of a Check-In, Snapr & MyScene
In this episode we look at the check-in phenomenon and Lewis shares his thoughts about why check-ins don’t work in New Zealand. Katie explores the other side of the argument by showing us how a company like Burgerfuel are integrating Foursquare into their business and also gives us a sneak peek at a local app called Snapr.
NZ Fashion Week goes Social
Our beautiful hosts, Katie Du Fall and Lewis Bostock lift the lid on New Zealand Fashion Week and find out how the industry have embraced social media this year.
Rugby World Cup, Puma Social & Flash Haka
Our hosts Katie Du Fall and Lewis Bostock compare and contrast brand-led and consumer-led social media activity that has revolved around the Rugby World Cup. Katie looks at ‘pop up’ social club, PUMA Social while Lewis looks at a public display of national pride, the flash haka.
The Guild & Auckland Daze
This week, The Social Life host Lewis Bostock looks at original content made for the web. We are excited to see social media used to tell stories, inspire creators and connect audiences.
Playstation Vita & Gamification
In this week’s episode we look at at the exciting ways social media collides with gaming.
Sex Blogging & The Sexualisation of Social Media Profiles
In this week’s episode of The Social Life, we take a look at 3 saucy S’s, social media, sex and sexuality.
The Top Ten Social Media and Tech Stories of 2011
In this final episode of The Social Life, we take a look at the hits and misses of 2011.
Katie Du Fall
Written and produced by Lewis Bostock
Editor – Chris Tarpey