Richard Clarke is a former White House cybersecurity expert and one of the most interesting people I've talked to on the podcast. His next book, Warning, will be out May 23. In this episode he talks about the "sentinel personality" and what it takes to tell the world something terrible is about to happen.
This week on Technotopia I talk to Greg Mark, founder of Markforge. Mark has made 3D printers that can make carbon fiber and true metal parts at a fraction of the cost of traditional printers. It's an amazing technology and he's a really cool guy.
This episode we talk to Peter Walker, author of How Cycling Can Save the World. He has some fascinating ideas on how future cities can make the most of cycles and ebikes.
This week I talk to Ryan Holiday, author and media columnist for the New York Observer. Ryan has been writing on stoicism and the future of media and he offers a quick and final fix for our social media woes.
This week we talk about Estonian e-residency and the eventual dissolution of borders with entrepreneur Tobias Stone.
Greg Ferenstein has a lot to say about the future of politics and media and he's a fascinating writer and speaker.
This week we talk to AI expert Michel Morvan about augmented intuition.
This week we revisit the podcast we ran with Charlie White, a write and cannabis consultant.
UPDATED AUDIO. This podcast features the creator of the Ripple Rug, Fred Ruckel. Ruckle talks about the future of manufacturing in America and how to thwart scammers.
This week we talk to Kirill Tatarinov, the CEO of Citrix and a man who knows his way around punch cards. Our topic? The future of computing, from quantum machines to 3D interfaces.
This week we talk with Noah Rosenberg whose ideas about AI, art, and computing are cutting edge.
On this inauguration day episode of Technotopia we talk about the politics of failed states and what it takes to pull ourselves out of a tailspin.
Scott of ScottEVest makes jackets with lots of pockets... and they're really cool. This week I talk to Scott about the future of wearables and why clothing hasn't changed in centuries.
We're back after a short holiday break with Roi Carthy, CMO of Shine, a web ad blocker. We talk social media, politics, and peace.
This podcast comes from and interview I ran with Neal Stephenson at TechCrunch Disrupt.
Technotopia is taking a little break for the holiday. Here's one of our favorite podcasts with Brian Solis.
Jeff Wong has been in the Valley for decades. He was formerly an exec at eBay and then built his own startups before landing at Ernst & Young where he's in charge of building cool new products. He talks about the future of corporations and what it looks like from inside a big company.
Amar Hanspal is an SVP of Product at Autodesk and wanted to talk to us about the future of manufacturing and the tools future makers will use to change the world. Cool stuff.
This week we talk to John Sundman author of Biodigital and Acts of the Apostles. His work predicts CRISPR, genetic machines, and on-chip viruses and he lives in Martha’s Vineyard where he’s writing a new book.
This week we talk to a pioneer in technology, Ken Mages, an inventor and co-founder of Secure One.
I've long loved Brian Solis' work and I'm pleased to have him on the show talking about cameras, Coca Cola, and travel.
This week we have a special treat. I spoke with Neal Stephenson on stage at Disrupt in San Francisco and was able to ask him questions about the future and the place of fiction in innovation. It was a fun interview and he was a great guy.
Walter Duncan is a former teacher turned startupper who believes that education is the key to a better world. His product, Quickey, is making it easy for teachers to computerize their classrooms.