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The PressClub podcast offers recordings of Josh Constine's Clubhouse show PressClub, which brings together journalists, experts, and founders to discuss tech’s top stories. Your host Josh Constine is a VC at SignalFire & ex-editor of TechCrunch where he was tech’s most cited journalist from 2016-2020. Past guests include CEOs of Instagram, Shopify, Signal, Substack, Postmates, and Craigslist.
 
From the construction of virtual realities to the internet of things to the watches on our wrists—technology's influence is everywhere. Its role in our lives is evolving fast, and we're faced with riveting questions and tough challenges that sit at the intersection of technology and humanity. Listen in every Friday as TED speakers explore the way tech shapes how we think about society, science, design, business, and more.
 
Red Scare Theatre Company presents a five part audio drama experience. Apocalypse Songs follows a local radio station reporter Amy Louise Chen investigating the tapes of Clara Wilson, an obscure 1960s musician whose cryptic lyrics seem to have predicted the future. Amy joins forces with Clara’s great-nephew Josh to investigate the mystery of Clara’s “Apocalypse Songs”. Cover art by Cosmo Bones.
 
The podcast for people who want the world to slow down and become more human. Josh Levent creates a space for empathetic connections to people on the other side of the planet through biographical interviews of ordinary people. Take a moment to catch your breath, hit pause on life and curl up on a sofa with Humans in your earbuds. We all need to take a moment to nurture our inner child, heal our wounds and enjoy the real-life stories of others. With his break-out podcast, Josh creates a Gezel ...
 
Chat With Traders is your key to the minds of trading's elite performers. Start listening to learn how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips 'n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more. Note: You are responsible for your own trading decisions—this is not financial advice.
 
Entrepreneur Inspiring Stories to Help Motivate, Build, & Grow Your Successful Business with a Master Class from Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders that tell it How It Is... Millionaire Interviews is actionable advice for the (future & present) Entrepreneur, Thought Leaders, Solopreneur, Youpreneur, and Small Business Owner. The host interviews Business Founders in the Product, Service, Real Estate, and Tech industries so they can teach you from their experience. Connect with other Listeners @ ...
 
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Faisal Saeed Al Mutar and Melissa Chen are the outspoken, courageous co-founders of Ideas Beyond Borders (IBB), a nonprofit that translates books about pluralism, science, civil liberties, and critical thinking like John Stuart Mill's On Liberty and Steven Pinker's Enlightenment Now into Arabic and distributes them for free as e-books throughout th…
 
This week we're joined by NICK CAPPER and BEN KNIGHT! We catch up on how Capper's heath is going before hearing multiple stories about all of us forgetting to put petrol in our cars, we make fun of Ben for having a hot rig, Tommy's embarrassed himself at the gym, Karl's had an intruder in his car and heaps HEAPS more! See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
While many are only hearing about prediction markets for the first time, for near a decade, anonymous trader Domer (@Domahhhh) has been at the frontier of profiting from outcomes of unknown future events. Political and economic matters are Domer’s specialty, although he doesn’t shy away from the rather abstract events either—for example; trading on…
 
What sorts of paintings will be hanging in the museums of the future? Agnieszka Pilat is betting that we'll be looking at what she calls "heroic portraits of machines"—fine-art renderings of the technology that freed the modern world from the bone- and soul-crushing labor that our parents and grandparents endured. Pilat's paintings—especially ones …
 
Larry Talley and his co-founder, Scott Orlinsky, launched Everyware in Florida, in 2015. Larry has 20 years of experience developing new businesses, turning around companies, growing revenue, leading sales teams, increasing market share, and growing the bottom line. Being abandoned by his mother at a very young age, Larry learned to live on his own…
 
I'm excited to share a special bonus episode of The Reason Interview with Nick Gillespie. It's a debate about forgiving student loan, debt organized and produced by the good folks at Intelligence Squared US, America's leading platform for fair, balanced, informed debate on all the leading issues of the day. I've been involved with them for years, i…
 
Jamila Gordon believes in the power of human connection -- and artificial intelligence -- to help people who might otherwise be left behind. Telling the story of her own path from refugee to global tech executive, she shows how AI is helping refugees, migrants and those from disadvantaged backgrounds find jobs and develop the skills they need to wo…
 
BAFTA-winning, Cumberbatch-beating actor, comic, and now the writer-performer of his screamingly funny new audiobook “Isaac Steele and the Forever Man”, Daniel Rigby is an extraordinary talent. The star of “Eric & Ernie” (BBC), Black Mirror’s “Waldo” episode, and Donald in Will Sharpe’s amazing “Flowers” (CH4), Daniel is dipping his toe back into s…
 
My guest today is Alex Epstein, the author of Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas—Not Less. Two basic beliefs frequently circulate today: First, that fossil fuels are causing imminent global catastrophe and, second, that renewable energy sources (especially solar and wind) can supply all our energy n…
 
This week we’re joined by MICK MOLLY for (as far as he’s concerned) the first time, alongside ADAM ROZENBACHS! We probe Mick about paving the way for comedians’ breakfast radio contracts before hearing all about his travel exploits in Bali and beyond. We also go deep on small-town sandwiches, the greatest radio promotions of all time, the restauran…
 
Hemant Taneja (@htaneja), managing partner at General Catalyst and author of Intended Consequences, joins Anne Dwane and Village Global’s newest partner, Prateek Alsi, to discuss: - What responsible innovation is and how tech can do good in the world using the framework. - How founders should think about responsible innovation at the earliest stage…
 
Today, something a little different: an episode from Your undivided Attention, another podcast in the TED Audio Collective. It's a show that explores the incredible power that technology has over our lives -- and how we can use it to catalyze a humane future. These days, there's enthusiastic talk about the possibilities of decentralized technologie…
 
A comedy queen who will not be disrespected, actor and comedian Dulcé Sloan (The Daily Show) joins us at SXSW in Austin Texas, for a blazing and very funny live interview. We cover her natural authority and its relationship to what “every Black person and woman has to learn”; caring about the crowd and why no successful comic ignores the audience; …
 
Laura Crabtree (@llcrabbie), founder and CEO of Epsilon3, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon on this episode to discuss: - What she accomplished during her time at SpaceX and her journey to starting Epsilon3. - Whether the biggest contribution of SpaceX to the industry will be all the amazing people leaving to start their own space companies. - How…
 
Back in April, I attended Bitcoin 2022, held in Miami, where I spoke with today's guest, who is the CEO of the publicly traded company that owns more bitcoin than any other. Can you guess which company that is? It's not Tesla, Square, or Coinbase. It's MicroStrategy, which is based in Virginia and provides business intelligence, mobile software, an…
 
We’re back down in Tasmania this week, in front of a pumped-up crowd at the Uni Bar, joined by NINA OYAMA and TOM BALLARD! Blanket’s attending her first ever podcast and we spend way too long pandering to her, Tommy’s been to Mona and picked up a very sweet visual gag at the local markets, Tom’s received a delayed heckle via a friend of the show, K…
 
Jimmy Soni (@jimmyasoni), author of The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley, joins Ben Casnocha on this episode to discuss: - How diversity and variety of backgrounds and opinions helped PayPal become successful. - The fact that PayPal’s leading product was not solving a problem that they had set out to sol…
 
Chaitenya Razdan is the Founder and CEO of Care+Wear, which aims to bridge function and fashion in order to provide a more human healthcare experience. Chaitenya’s journey in the healthcare business began as a response to creating an alternative for a dear friend who was advised to cover and protect their PICC Line with a tube sock. Since then, Cha…
 
"To see and understand the countryside is a crucial part of moving towards a more livable future for everyone," says coder, artist and organizer Xiaowei R. Wang. They've observed that some of the most careful, thoughtful innovation is happening in the world's rural communities, like Chinese chicken farmers using biometrics tracking and blockchain t…
 
In this episode of the Happy at Work Podcast, we spoke with Dr. Adrian K. Haugabrook about equity and access in education, and centering around a point of resonance with others. Dr. Adrian Haugabrook is the Executive VP and Managing Director of the Social Impact Collective at Southern New Hampshire University. The Social Impact Collective at SNHU o…
 
A conversation about free speech with UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh Topics Computer engineering vs law SCOTUS Leak Background of free speech Twitter and free speech Are platforms utilities? The Ministry of Truth Disinformation Board And more! Bio (from UCLA Law) Eugene Volokh teaches First Amendment law and a First Amendment amicus brief clinic …
 
The leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion by Associate Justice Samuel Alito overturning Roe v. Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992) has sent shock waves throughout America, with pro-choice and pro-life advocates scrambling to figure out what happens next if the right to an abortion is withdrawn at the federal level. "Roe was egregio…
 
It’s the final night of the Comedy Festival and we’re doing a late, semi-coherent not-quite Drunkcast! We try and break the applause record for talking about figs, BRETT BLAKE has engaged in a heated feud with Jetstar, MELANIE BRACEWELL almost died on the way to the podcast, JOSH EARL makes some additions to Funny Buggers, and DAVE HUGHES holds cou…
 
Joshua Steinman (@JoshuaSteinman), founder and CEO of Galvanick, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The history of cybersecurity at big industrial companies and how he is building “Splunk for industrial systems” to solve that problem. - His time at the National Security Council, what motivated him to work in government, and his work c…
 
Wikipedia, "the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit," went from being a weird online experiment 21 years ago to one of the mainstays of the modern internet with astonishing speed. Even more astonishing, it has maintained its reputation and functionality since its founding, even as the rest of the social internet seems hellbent on tearing itself …
 
A conversation with Michael S. Malone, author of The Big Score, on the history of the semiconductor industry and silicon valley Topics include (but not limited to): Fred Terman, Hewlett-Packard, Stanford, Vacuum Tubes, Varian Brothers, Fairchild, Intel, AMD, National Semiconductor, Bob Noyce, Gordon Moore, Arthur Rock, Andy Grove, Jerry Sanders, Ch…
 
What if robots could build and optimize themselves -- with little to no help from humans? Computer scientist Emma Hart is working on a new technology that could make "artificial evolution" possible. She explains how the three ingredients of biological evolution can be replicated digitally to build robots that can self-assemble and adapt to any envi…
 
Today's episode features Dr. Delvina Miremadi-Baldino, a positive psychology and resilience expert. Dr. Delvina Miremadi-Baldino specializes in fostering resilience in both adults and children. She is a 'change agent through education, research, and developing innovative tools to help increase resilience and improve the lives of adolescents and adu…
 
Alex Iskold, co-founder and managing partner at 2048 Ventures and creator of 1kproject.org, joins Anne Dwane and Lucas Bagno on this episode to discuss: - What he is doing with 1kproject.org to help the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. - How he and a team of volunteers are empowering families in the US to send $1,000 directly to the bank card of a U…
 
This year I’ve brought you some truly phenomenal traders and it continues, right here… Kenny Sharkness (aka Shark) is one of the greatest success stories to come out of proprietary trading firm SMB Capital. In the span of a decade, he’s gone from being clueless about bids/offers to having realised eight-figure years. After reflecting on his first s…
 
Meet Aella, the daughter of evangelical Christians from Idaho who were so poor they couldn't always put food on the table. A former factory worker who never graduated college, she became one of the most successful performers on the adult subscription site OnlyFans, sometimes taking home over $100,000 a month on the platform. She still does one-on-o…
 
We're masked up and raring to go this week with WIL ANDERSON, DAVE ANTHONY and GARETH REYNOLDS! Wil’s won an award at the Festival moments before arriving at the podcast, we’ve strictly adhered to Dave and Gareth’s safety concerns with hilariously visual results, and Karl has a big announcement relating to Koh Samui that’s a huge chance of spiralli…
 
Martin Gurri (@mgurri), author of The Revolt of the Public, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The genesis of the thesis about the revolt of the public while Martin was working at the CIA analyzing communications as social media and blogging began to take off. - The challenges to authority that the free flow of information has present…
 
Colorado's Jared Polis might be the most libertarian governor in America, at a time when his big-state Democratic colleagues are getting exposed as hypocrites while presiding over historic population declines or getting kicked out of office for sexual harassment and sending COVID infected patients back to nursing homes and then lying about it. I'm …
 
Derrick Morton is CEO of Seattle-based FlowPlay. He's been an entrepreneur, leader and innovator in the digital entertainment industry for more than 20 years. At the helm of FlowPlay for the last decade, he has established the company as the creator of the industry’s most powerful immersive gaming platform, and driven product innovation to build an…
 
For smallholder farmers in India, agriculture has long been an unreliable source of income -- crops that flourish one season can fail the next, thanks to heat, pests and disease. But climate risk is now making the profession nearly impossible. TED Fellow Sathya Raghu Mokkapati is determined to change that with "greenhouse-in-a-box": a small, low-co…
 
In this week's episode, Michael, Tessa and Laura spoke with David Youssefnia, Ph.D. about the future of work. David was recently the co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Uplevel, where he was responsible for infusing organizational science into the Uplevel platform so managers and engineers can do their best work. Previously, David founded and …
 
On October 4, 2020, when COVID-19 was raging, American schools were mostly shuttered, and vaccines were believed to be years away—a team of top researchers at the world's most prestigious universities, including Stanford's Jay Bhattacharya, Harvard's Martin Kulldorff, and Oxford's Sunetra Gupta—published the Great Barrington Declaration, a controve…
 
Tommy's out of isolation and we're back on our home turf for another HUGE live episode. HARLEY BREEN has had DHS checking up on him, GUY MONTGOMERY shares some incredible flyering techniques with us, and thanks to some sneaky intel, we pick the hits on the AKMAL SALEH jukebox! There's hoses, falcons, McDonalds, plus a healthy serving of one of our …
 
Chris Power (@2112Power), founder and CEO of Hadrian, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - Why manufacturing is key to a strong position in the world order. - The changes in the landscape that have enabled a company like Hadrian to be possible now, where it wasn’t five years ago. - What Chris would do if he was running the United States…
 
Speakers: Eric Bishop-von Wettberg (he/him), Travis Reynolds (he/him), and Dan Tobin (he/him) We are launching the Consortium on Crop Genetic Heritage, a group of researchers and practitioners who view the maintenance and promotion of crop diversity as critical to building resilient agricultural systems positioned to address climate change, increas…
 
Although agroecosystems now dominate the terrestrial world, we have a limited understanding of how their origin and culture shape agrobiodiversity and its functioning. By studying these processes in Mexico, a major center of crop origin, we have been focused on understanding how people shape agrobiodiversity and the implications for sustainable agr…
 
During this presentation, Dr. Zent will offer an overview of several learning experiences acquired over 20 years of conducting research in the Amazon region. The challenges of articulating scientific and Indigenous peoples' epistemologies and ontologies have proven to be a complex and winding journey, filled with many trials and errors, but also in…
 
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