The Pipeline is an interview show featuring in-depth conversations with innovators, designers, geeks, newsmakers, entrepreneurs, and people who create amazing things. Hosted by Dan Benjamin.
11: Richard Horvitz
Dan interviews Richard Horvitz, award-winning actor, voice over artist, writer, and producer. He's been the voice of Zim on Invader Zim, Daggett on the Angry Beavers, Alpha 5 on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Ratchet in Ratchet and Clank, and many, many more.
They discuss how Richard got his start in live action and voice acting, where he draws his character inspiration, perfects his craft, and more.
This episode was recorded at Fan Expo Dallas 2016 before a live audience.
10: Jason Fried
Jason Fried, co-founder of Basecamp, joins Dan to talk about building a business (vs. maintaining one), long-lasting businesses, setting a business up to succeed, reinventing your business, thinking big too early, and competition.
9: Denys Zhadanov of Readdle
Dan interviews Denys Zhadanov of Readdle, makers of iOS productivity apps including Spark, Calendars 5, and PDF Expert with over 45 million downloads. They discuss the challenges of growing a user base, working within the constraints of the App Store, and tips for small developers.
8: Paul Haddad
Dan interviews Paul Haddad, co-founder of Tapbots and co-creator of the popular Tweetbot iOS app. They talk about the Twitter and Apple ecosystems, independent app development, and more.
7: Andy McMillan
Dan interviews Andy McMillan, co-creator of the XOXO Festival in Portland. They discuss the evolution of the event, the importance of a creating local events, creativity, pursuit of excellence, and more.
6: Heather Armstrong
Dan talks with Heather Armstrong about her inspiration to start writing on the web, getting "dooced", the importance of sharing her life and making people laugh, storytelling, and how writing for the web has changed.
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Not sure what I expected, but decided to give it a shot after seeing Tim Ferriss' name on the list. After listening to both Ferriss and Topolsky shows, I'm hooked. It's all conversation, sometimes light, and other times quite deep and introspective. Dan has a unique way of getting his guests to really open up, without being pushy or obvious. Probably why the conversations flow so well.
If you're looking for specific "how to" information, The Pipeline may be the wrong venue. But to get a deeper understanding of high performers and what really makes them "tick", it's well worth a listen.
The podcast seemed pretty interesting and then all of a sudden nothing. It's been two months since the last episode came out. Not a good way to keep listeners. Unsubscribed
So glad Dan is back doing The Pipeline. Keep it up with the great guests!