Kim currently hosts two podcasts in addition to her syndicated three-hour call-in radio show and syndicated newspaper and magazine columns.Read More
When I think “technology research,” one of the first places that comes to mind is MIT. For years, the MIT Technology Review has been one of the preeminent magazines/e-zines for sharing
The bantha in the room—or the Zoom, to be exact—was how a podcast about podcasting can be considered a technology podcast. (With podcast host Mark Asquith’s love of Star Wars, we couldn’t
What I love about this show is what it is not. It is not a show about being a woman in tech. It is a show about the tech being developed by
Kim currently hosts two podcasts in addition to her syndicated three-hour call-in radio show and syndicated newspaper and magazine columns.
Neil Hughes was driven to pick up the microphone by a yearning to connect with people beyond the keyboard. With over four million article views, thousands of shares, and more than 50,000
Who says podcasts must be started by “young” people? Shiv Sivaguru, the creator of Software People Stories, started his podcast after the age of 60. From there, he added additional cohosts, Chitra
According to Dictionary.com, a “disruptor” is “someone or something that interrupts an event, activity, or process by causing a disturbance or problem.” Every disruptor I have ever met has a penchant—well, really