I’ve been meeting with some brilliant people for Distributed, my new podcast dedicated to exploring the future of work. The first episode is a conversation with Stephane Kasriel, CEO of Upwork, about how they built a distributed culture, and how flexible work will shape the future of the global economy. Unlike Automattic, Upwork does have […]
Podcast #10 is up with my sister Charleen. We talk about the art of TV shows, covering Heroes, Battlestar Galactica, Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Babylon 5, Veronica Mars, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Supernatural, Alias, Lost, Joss Whedon, and more. This is a long one, clocking in at 12:46, but the file size is […]
Back to podcasting! Podcast #9 is a 13 minute interview with Scott Berkun where we discuss, amoung other things, his new book The Myths of Innovation. It’s my longest podcast ever, but definitely worth it, especially if you’re involved with a startup or want to create something new.
Podcast #8, which I mistakenly call #7, includes comments on podcasting, wallets, chipping, McDonalds, and Microsoft Office 2007. Hopefully this one shouldn’t sound all chipmunk in flash players. 3:30.
I had lunch with John Roberts of OpenDNS today, and we chatted a bit about OpenDNS and what surprised him about the business. 4:26.
Valentine podcast #6, with the inimitable Glenda Bautista, discusses Fall in New York City. 2:05. Bonus music: Autumn in New York sung by Billie Holiday.
Podcast #5 with Ole Brandenburg of Pageflakes is up, we talk about the importance of personal start pages. 3:14.
Podcast #4 is on EVDO, and comes in at 2:39.
Podcast #3 is up, wherein Ryan and I discuss steak. (Before and after.)
Podcast #2 is up, broadly about advertising and blogs. 2:30. The quality is still awful, I might still sound like a chipmunk if you play it in flash, but thanks for all the great suggestions on the post from yesterday, I’ll be trying them out over the next few days.
I’m diving into the wild and wooly world of podcasting, and here is my first “episode.” Expect much experimentation to follow.
I joined Om and Niall’s podcast last week to talk about Startup Dos and Don’ts. Their podcasts are nice and short, about 20 minutes. Om tries to bait a Rails flame war but it doesn’t quite happen. 🙂
I did a podcast interview with Brendon Patubo of the college show DORM’d.
While I was in Cork, Ireland Tom Raftery interviewed me and Donncha for a podcast that is now live on his site. I haven’t had a chance to listen to it all through yet but it was fun talking to him, and the accents are awesome.
There is a new “Web 2.0 Show” (on podcast of course) that interviewed me as part of their innagural podcast. The Skype call quality was pretty bad, I must have been too close to the mic on my Powerbook or something. They said they’re fixing that for future shows.