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Best Howard Rheingolds podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Howard Rheingolds podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Howard Rheingold, Stanford and Berkeley professor, author of The Virtual Community and Smart Mobs ,shows us how and why he uses online social media in his personal and professional life -- blogs, rss, wikis, forums, Twitter, chat, social bookmarking, virtual worlds, instant messaging -- and what that means. He also interviews thinkers, educators, and communicators, and offers glimpses of his offline life -- his painting, gardening, sculpture.
 
Now, with almost 300,000 people who have listened to the show. Tech on Politics is produced by Animal Ventures, an agency of innovation that partners other animals to create, implement, and invest in some of the most exciting and emergent technologies. We educate the worlds leading executives and together we rapidly protype, build, and design new ideas. It's time for a new political discourse and a more robust conversation around political and governmental innovation. Join host Tom Serres as ...
 
The tech industry is great at talking about the future, especially on podcasts. What we're not so great at is taking the time to understand our past. And that's what this podcast is all about. From the Noyce and Fairchild Semiconductor generation through the founding of social media, the history of Silicon Valley has many lessons for us. And we'll be interviewing the people who lived through these experiences to bring their knowledge to you. You'll get explanations for how we got where we ar ...
 
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Howard Rheingold talks with Jim about his involvement in early computing & the internet, collaboration, internet risks, privacy, COVID-19, attention, and much more… Howard Rheingold talks with Jim about his interest & experiences with early computers & the internet, online collaboration & sharing, The Source & Well.com, ‘realtime’ online tribes, 3 …
 
Tyson Yunkaporta talks with Jim about his Apalech Clan & personal background, impacts of smartphones, defining civilization, growth vs increase paradigms, managing change via myths & norms, contextual dynamics of pronouns, the interconnection of culture & bioregions, language & cognition, the impermanent nature of race, collapse, the great filter t…
 
Colin Wright talks with Jim about his critiques of the new evolution deniers & the impact it had on his search for academic faculty positions, the connections & differences between sex & gender, primary vs secondary sex traits, the re-emergence of the blank slate theory, the naturalistic fallacy, embracing nature AND nurture, dangers of postmoderni…
 
Michel Bauwens talks to Jim about the P2P Foundation, markets & commons, alternative collaborative systems, seed to niche to norm, value, the future, and much more… P2P Foundation founder & director Michel Bauwens talks to Jim about being a ‘vision coordinator’, history & dynamics of peer to peer (P2P) collaboration, P2P in markets & commons, the e…
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to astrophysicist Christopher Conselice about his recent paper that estimates the number of communicating intelligent civilizations in the galaxy. Topics include: the history of the ‘life off earth’ question, current methods of looking for extraterrestrial intelligence, how Chris builds on and modifies the Drake …
 
Zak Stein talks with Jim about tech in education, what advertising is teaching us, the role of religion in education, self-transcendence, Zak’s 13 social miracles, and much more… Zak Stein talks with Jim about the pros & cons of technology in education & the role of the teacher, unrealized education potentials in TV & internet, what … Continue read…
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Rebel Wisdom founder David Fuller about what the IDW is & how it relates to GameB, common IDW perspectives & its prescient points, the decline of journalism & sensemaking, postmodernism, how Integral theory views the IDW, memetic mediation, coherence & plurality, the IDW’s future, online platform limitations, …
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Jim Coan about social recession, social origins & impacts on humanity, emergent group collaboration, ‘selfing’ beyond the individual, bioenergetic resource management & its connection to social isolation & depression, physicological weathering & health risks of involuntary isolation, mental impacts leading to …
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to John Robb about an article that describes the military-style tactics leading to the capture and burning of a police headquarters in Minneapolis: specialized units, weapons & tactics, and decentralized communications. How the violent use the non-violent. Also: the dangers of police militarization, police reform…
 
Zak Stein talks with Jim about existential risks of our education systems, revolutions, attention, educational tech, standards, 4 quadrants of systems, and much more… Zak Stein talks with Jim about the existential risk of oppressive & unjust education systems, the inefficiency of injustice, how Zak sees social justice, Rawls veil of ignorance, crea…
 
Dr. Gregg Henriques talks to Jim about his unified theory of psychology; clinical vs scientific, postmodernism, justification theory, Gameb, shadow work, and much more… Dr. Gregg Henriques talks to Jim about the many facets of his unified theory of psychology — basic vs human psychology, the value of folk psych, the field of psychology compared to …
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Michael Vassar about how he defines the passive-aggressive revolution & the ways it could manifest in the US, how the George Floyd protests impact the revolution, police bureaucracy vs bad actors, potential investigative & prosecution rights for private citizens, Trump’s church photo op, the pandemic economic …
 
Jake Bornstein talks to Jim about Game A vs Gameb, exploration vs exploitation, uncertainty & clarity, leadership, decentralization, psycho-tech, and much more… Jake Bornstein talks to Jim about what he learned from his eclectic career, understanding value, competing with Game A, collapse-first vs construction-first approaches to systems change, ho…
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Joe Norman about appropriately-sized community collaboration, family & local organization, government & market dysfunctions, cooperation-based sacrifice, bad actors & sociopaths, unique dynamics of local markets, localism as a complex ecosystem, emergence, the limits of diversification & trade, multi-scale loc…
 
Zak Stein talks to Jim about, societal change, intergenerational transmission, the nature of education, teacherly authority, parenting, schooling, and much more… Zak Stein has a wide-ranging talk with Jim about our culture’s dwindling capacity to understand & address today’s increasingly complex problems. Zak starts by defining this moment as a tim…
 
Arthur Brock talks to Jim about Holochain — agent-centric design, key management, data integrity, validation, zomes, DNA, hApp’s, search, HOT token, and much more… Arthur Brock & Fernanda Ibarra talk to Jim about how Holochain works, its agent-centric design & how it’s different from Etherium and Blockchain, key management, intrinsic data integrity…
 
In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Brian Hanley about his view on the economic impact & recovery of COVID-19, the dramatic social impacts emerging, his views & experience with vaccine creation, vaccine risks & effectiveness, his proposal for rolling out vaccines immediately, immunity dynamics, and more. Episode Transcript Brian Hanley is the fo…
 
Jack Murphy talks to Jim about The Liminal Order, attacks on masculinity, gender, post-modernism, impacts of social justice, racism, Trump, localism, and much more… Jack Murphy talks to Jim about his professional & political background, why he started The Liminal Order, his book, Democrat to Deplorable, the left’s attack on masculinity, Jack’s view…
 
Robert Conan Ryan talks with Jim about Neo Schumpeterianism: boom & bust cycles, 6 paradigms, organic vs digital, meaning-making, utopias, and much more… Robert Conan Ryan talks with Jim about Neo Schumpeterian economic theory, booms & busts dynamics, leverage cycles, golden ages, nuclear power propaganda & legislation, 5 paradigms of Neo Schumpete…
 
In this inaugural Currents episode, Jim talks to Simon DeDeo about speech censorship at elite Anglosphere universities, differing generational perspectives on personal liberty, the coddled mind & postmodern neo-Marxist theories, Simon’s platonic cocktail party model, hospitality as a norm, College incentives, alternate metaphors for collective educ…
 
Hanzi Freinacht talks to Jim about his book, Nordic Ideology; code, depth, complexity, cultural changeability, attractor points, game change, protopia, and much more… Hanzi Freinacht, political philosopher, historian, sociologist, & author talks with Jim about effective value memes, cultural code, what it means to have high depth, dynamics of cogni…
 
Jim talks to John Robb about Defeat Disinfo, memetic armies, emerging economic implications of COVID-19, wicked risks, the break up of US, and more… In this short extra episode, Jim talks to John Robb about the implication of Defeat Disinfo & how social platforms might respond, memetic armies & street fights, weak political responses to … Continue …
 
Steven Levy talks with Jim about his new book, Facebook: The Inside Story. Which covers the people, circumstances & philosophies that define Facebook. Steven Levy has a wide-ranging conversation with Jim about his new book, Facebook: The Inside Story. They cover Steven’s multi-year access to Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg while researching the book, Fa…
 
We’re normally all about the history of tech, but the coronavirus pandemic is history in the making. This episode welcomes back best-selling business author and speaker Tom Peters to discuss how managers should handle the tough decisions they’re facing right now. Tom describes himself as an “Extreme Humanist” and he has bold words for those who are…
 
Richard Bartlett talks to Jim about his experiences with decentralized work & organization, Gameb, group size dynamics, big change movements & much more… Richard Bartlett talks to Jim about his experiences with decentralized work & organization, transitioning from game a to Gameb, models for financial solidarity, technology-first vs psychology-firs…
 
In this short extra episode, Jim talks to John Robb about network decision making & consensus vs dissent dynamics, COVID as a decision making test, herd immunity vs social distancing, key population dynamics, John’s big tech solution & its main roadblocks, reflections on UBI & stimulus, the value of simple solutions, the failed US political … Conti…
 
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