Digital Strategy Solutions is a podcast about the digital marketing and technologies space. Topics pertaining to customer experience, digital marketing, and technology strategy from Patrick Santry. Author, and digital strategist who has 2 decades of experience in the digital arena.
27 episodes
since Jun, 2013


So my Amazon Echo came in this week. It still has a ways to go, but it's changing the face of digital channels. In this review, I talk about Alexa, some of the things it can do, what it can't and where I see it going. It's nice to see some folks are already starting to hack the Echo, and figure out the API calls. Here's some links: https://github.com/noelportugal/AmazonEchoApi http://www.piettes.com/the-amazon-echo-api/ I applied to the SDK, looking to see what happens. But even the API access, would enable some reading of the calls, to see what's being sent and then acting on the commands.
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