A podcast about technology, business and the humans in it.
Clementine Jacoby: Using Technology to Reduce Recidivism
Clementine Jacoby tells us how her nonprofit, Recidiviz, is helping state governments make timely, data based decisions to reduce incarceration rates.
J. Kenji López-Alt: A Life of Fortunate Accidents
Food writer, cookbook author and restaurateur J. Kenji López-Alt discusses his science-based cooking, how the pandemic is changing restaurants and his “say yes” approach to life.
Bob Collins: Everybody Has a Great Story
Bob Collins, a 27-year veteran of Minnesota public radio, talks about his career, how he discovers a good story, his love of baseball, and building airplanes in his retirement.
Waldo Jaquith: Open Government Technologist
Waldo Jaquith talks about the challenges of promoting and implementing best practices for federal and state government procurement of custom software, including open source.
Rob Dalton: Brand Therapist
Rob Dalton, friend and colleague, talks about his long career in the advertising industry, his product line, his new book, and his current career as a “brand therapist.”
Johannes vom Dorp: How Secure Is Your Home Router?
Johannes vom Dorp explains the results of his team’s 2020 Home Router Security Report (spoiler alert: it doesn’t look good).