Bay Area real estate: Should I buy? Should I sell?

Bay Area real estate: Should I buy? Should I

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Trulia’s chief economist Ralph McLaughlin on Bay Area home prices

Melonee Wise is Making Fetch Happen

Melonee Wise is Making Fetch Happen

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The Fetch Robotics CEO on the future of automation and jobs

Call of Duty WWII

Call of Duty WWII

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Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey’s team creates a hit

Max Levchin on Stripe

Max Levchin on Stripe

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The Irish founders of Stripe remind us of young Max Levchins.

Max Levchin Glows

Max Levchin Glows

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The founder of PayPal uses big data to help couples get pregnant

Reid Hoffman

Reid Hoffman

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The founder of LinkedIn ponders the 7 deadly sins of social networking.

Scaling Up Excellence

Scaling Up Excellence

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Stanford professor Bob Sutton is back with advice for startups trying to accelerate their growth: don’t forget the brake.

CipherCloud

CipherCloud

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CEO Pravin Kothari talks about hiring Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers

TV of Tomorrow

TV of Tomorrow

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Journalist Tracy Swedlow of Interactive TV discusses the rise of video on the go

Helping Employees Get Pregnant

Helping Employees Get Pregnant

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Glow works with employers to increase fertility and decrease costs

Lisa Stone

Lisa Stone

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BlogHer CEO Lisa Stone celebrates 10 years of women bloggers

Who’s in Charge Here?

Who’s in Charge Here?

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Silicon Valley companies vie for control of the Internet of Things. Arrayent CEO Shane Dyer has a head start.

Hunting WiFi Hogs

Hunting WiFi Hogs

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The public Internet is at risk from data hungry apps. Extreme Networks CEO Chuck Berger.

Why Place Matters

Why Place Matters

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Pepperdine’s Ted McAllister worries a shrinking world leaves us without roots.

Blue Bottle Coffee

Blue Bottle Coffee

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Tech leaders invest $25 million in a small coffee chain. Blue Bottle Coffee founder James Freeman.

Eshoo on Neutrality

Eshoo on Neutrality

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Rep. Anna Eshoo of the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee discusses recent developments.

Entrepreneur of the Year

Entrepreneur of the Year

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Ernst and Young’s Ernie Cortes has what billionaires want.

Tech’s Frat Boy Problem

Tech’s Frat Boy Problem

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Vivek Wadhwa discusses tech elitism and the staggeringly bad judgment of Tom Perkins

Dot Ninja?  Really?

Dot Ninja? Really?

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ICANN's Akram Atallah explains the strange top-level domains to be released this year

Bluetooth LE

Bluetooth LE

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The future of home networking is not Wi-Fi, it's low-power Bluetooth. Dropcam CEO Greg Duffy explains why.

Goldieblox and “Girl Toys”

Goldieblox and “Girl Toys”

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The toy industry wants to make building toys appealing to girls. Goldieblox CEO Debbie Sterling says making them pink is not enough.

Po Bronson’s Finger Theory

Po Bronson’s Finger Theory

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Bronson (“Nudist on the Late Shift, Top Dog”) walks careful path defining gender traits and success.  

All Hail the Taxi App

All Hail the Taxi App

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Taxi companies finally take on Uber with an app of their own. Flywheel CEO Steve Humphreys.

Seattle Angel

Seattle Angel

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Rudy Gadre has funded nearly 100 high tech firms in his hometown of Seattle.

Watching Glendale High

Watching Glendale High

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A southern California school district hires a private company to keep an eye on students’ Twitter and Facebook feeds.

Supercomputers

Supercomputers

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Intel Technical Computing Group’s Raj Hazra on speed and teraflops.

iON Camera

iON Camera

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Giovanni Tomaselli creates a GoPro competitor.

Tim Cook’s Nemesis

Tim Cook’s Nemesis

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AJ Forsythe says Americans can wait longer than 12 months between new phones. He founded an iPhone fix-it empire in his college dorm room.

Over the Top

Over the Top

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American families demand huge amounts of data in their homes. Ikanos CEO Omid Tahernia builds the chips to help providers keep up.

Vaunte CEO

Vaunte CEO

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Secondhand fashion is one of the Internet's fastest growing spaces and Leah Park leads the way.

Reid Hoffman Part 2

Reid Hoffman Part 2

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Can LinkedIn stay nimble like a startup? A conversation with Becky Worley of Yahoo News and Martin Giles of The Economist.

Reid Hoffman Part 3

Reid Hoffman Part 3

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Hoffman and his longtime ally Mark Pincus hold the world's most powerful patent.

Pearl of Great Price

Pearl of Great Price

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Andy Kurtzig’s online expert marketplace Pearl.com clears $100m in revenue and makes dishwasher repairmen rich.

National Security Letters

National Security Letters

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If you’re with the NSA, you can skip this segment with CloudFlare’s Matthew Prince. Thanks.

Ooyala CEO Jay Fulcher

Ooyala CEO Jay Fulcher

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Ooyala helps organizations like Comedy Central and The Pac12 stream more than a billion videos per month.

Brother, can you spare a million?

Brother, can you spare a million?

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Silicon Valley's wealthiest contribute more to distant charities than to local needy. Alexa Culwell of Philanthropy Futures.

Carried Interest – Lemonade Style

Carried Interest – Lemonade Style

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We use a lemonade stand to illustrate carried interest and why the super-rich pay less in tax than you do.

Posse CEO Rebekah Campbell

Posse CEO Rebekah Campbell

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Former rock band manager turned start-up entrepreneur. Rebekah Campbell of Posse.

The “Twitter Tax Break”

The “Twitter Tax Break”

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San Francisco lures big name companies into the Tenderloin by cutting payroll taxes.  Zendesk CEO Mikkel Svane.

Rebooting the Tech Museum

Rebooting the Tech Museum

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How do you exhibit innovation in the most innovative region in the world?  Tech Museum president Tim Ritchie.  

Central China Television

Central China Television

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We welcome a new freelance reporter, Mark Niu of CCTV

John McAfee’s Last Stand

John McAfee’s Last Stand

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Wired writer Joshua Davis watched software pioneer turned fugitive John McAfee play Russian roulette.  Twice.

FireEye CEO

FireEye CEO

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David DeWalt heads a pre-IPO security company worth $1.25 billion. Even the CIA wants a piece of the business.

A Flickr of Life at Yahoo

A Flickr of Life at Yahoo

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Yahoo finally pays attention to photo-sharing service Flickr.   A sign of better times to come?  Flickr head Brett Wayn.

Ep 157 Dead Zeppelin

Ep 157 Dead Zeppelin

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The helium crisis and loss of a key sponsor grounds America's only zeppelin.

Ep 157 Are You Being Served?

Ep 157 Are You Being Served?

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BMC Software creates iPad app MyIT, making fixing your email as easy as ordering lunch.

Ep 157  FTC Cracks Down

Ep 157 FTC Cracks Down

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Most children's apps violate privacy.  Details from Lookout CTO Kevin Mahaffey.

Ep 157 Game of Thrones

Ep 157 Game of Thrones

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The Economist's Martin Giles compares high tech to the popular HBO show.

Ep 149 High Tech Policing

Ep 149 High Tech Policing

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Startup Nixle works with 4,500 police agencies - including LAPD - to notify neighbors of danger.

ep 149 Kerri Byron

ep 149 Kerri Byron

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Mythbuster Kari Byron on the show's new museum exhibit and blowing stuff up.

Ep 149 The Economy is Angry

Ep 149 The Economy is Angry

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Is the economy a speeding train? A sick patient? The way media and politicians use metaphor.

Ep 144 Brad Garlinghouse

Ep 144 Brad Garlinghouse

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The CEO of YouSendIt tries to shed his peanut butter past.

Ep 144 Paid to Leave School

Ep 144 Paid to Leave School

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Dylan Field accepted $100,000 to leave the Ivy League.

Ep 144 Double Robotics

Ep 144 Double Robotics

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David Cann's robot has been described as a Segway Scooter for iPad.

Ep 142 Loans Online

Ep 142 Loans Online

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Venture capitalists examine the business model set by corner paycheck loans stores.

Ep 142 Tina Seelig on Creativity

Ep 142 Tina Seelig on Creativity

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Tina Seelig is the Executive Director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program