A podcast about technology, business and the humans in it.
Chuck Hermes: From Paisley Park to Clockwork, creating opportunity by saying “yes”
Bitstream and Clockwork founder, Chuck Hermes, talks about how saying “yes” to challenges helped him evolve from a musician, to a graphic designer for Prince, to a successful entrepreneur… and he takes a moment to geek out with Ivan over Kenji López-Alt.
Whitney Hess: Putting Humanity Back Into Business
Whitney and Ivan discuss how we need to bring intimacy to work, how Buddhist principles apply to people and companies, and how dignity might be more important than empathy right now.
Gareth van Onselen: What the U.S. Could Learn from South Africa's Young Democracy
Gareth van Onselen returns for another chat with Ivan about politics, COVID response and elections in South Africa and the U.S.
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.