Podcast by Bijan Sabet & Nabeel Hyatt
Hallway Chat, Episode 1 - Season 8
Hey ya'll. We are back with another episode of Hallway Chat. In our first episode of the new year, Nabeel and Bijan are joined by our new Spark colleague, Brian Watson!
In todays show we discuss Apple and service-based software releasing, the PS5 and why we play games, creating a middle class Creator Economy, blogging in 2021 and finding your voice on the internet, being a VC only in up times.
twitter: @nabeel, @bijan, @bwats
The Pod is Back, 2020 edition
We are back with a long overdue edition of Hallway Chat. Todays episode, Bijan and Nabeel discuss: investing during a pandemic (ie 2020 vs 2019), how we are working from home (technology and schedule), some likely controversial thoughts about remote work, AirPods woes, and a few memorable moments at Postmates. Thanks for listening and as always tweet us with comments/questions/suggestions.
Hallway Chat: The pod is back!
After a one year-ish break, Nabeel and Bijan are back with a shiny new episode! In this pod, we chat about things on our minds lately including, is VC pattern recognition actually valuable, what does the decline of the iPhone mean to Apple's future, the potential for single purpose electronics, and challenging the dogma of "winner takes all" markets in startups.
Bitcoin, tech morality, startup hard decisions and the iMac Pro
A podcast by Bijan Sabet and Nabeel Hyatt, partners at Spark Capital.
Recorded: December 13, 2017:
Show summary: Bitcoin Frenzy, Tech company morality, the iMac Pro, and startup hard decisions
The VC "Sh*t Show", iPhone X, and consumer apps
Another episode of Hallway Chat.
Bijan and Nabeel. Recorded November 16, 2017.
- iPhone X, including new apps
- Musical.ly’s exit and the notion that “mobile consumer is dead”
- The changes in the VC landscape, from the moral awakening to the explosion of seeds
- Eugene Wei’s blog post on Amazon and analytics
- Gadget gifts: Rylo, Molekule, Aura
Mastering scale, Google I/O and judging "what's worth making a startup"
5/19/2017: Hey, we're back with another episode of Hallway Chat.
Clay Bavor's Virtual & Augmented Realities http://bit.ly/2pNfVra
Reid Hoffman's Masters of Scale podcast
Tim O'Reilly's response to Masters of Scale https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/some-businesses-bleed-black-tim-o-reilly
Google's ongoing tranformation into an AI company, as evidenced in Google I/O, Google Photos, and elsewhere (along with my ongoing disbelief that Nabeel uses Apple Maps)
Competing, from copying to net neutrality