Archives: Net Neutrality

Archives: Net Neutrality

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Federal courts strike down the FCC’s Open Internet rules. Lawyer & author Larry Downes (“Big Bang Disruption”) weighs in.

Beacons

Beacons

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Macy’s, the San Francisco 49ers and Apple stores all use beacons to track customers.   How do they work, and what can they learn?

Non-Technical Founder

Non-Technical Founder

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Can a high tech founder create an app company without knowing how to code?  Bindle CEO Chris Toy.

Jennifer Granick

Jennifer Granick

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The director of civil liberties for the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School discusses net neutrality, privacy and the NSA.

Hour of Code

Hour of Code

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Between December 8-14, tens of thousands of teachers around the world will teach their kids computer code.  You can too.

Stop Building Dumb Apps

Stop Building Dumb Apps

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AnchorFree’s David Gorodyansky is helping oppressed people get access to information.  Why are you working on a dry-cleaning app?

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

Motif Investing

Motif Investing

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Invest by theme: China Internet, Gas Glut or Obamacare.  CEO Hardeep Walia shows us how.

David Siminoff

David Siminoff

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Why does a billionaire want to help your kid understand The Great Gatsby?

Siminoff on Silicon Valley

Siminoff on Silicon Valley

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We continue our talk with storied investor David Siminoff

Starting ‘em Young on STEM

Starting ‘em Young on STEM

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Brendan Boyle from IDEO’s Toy Lab takes on a new challenge: children’s TV.

Nuzzel

Nuzzel

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Jonathan Abrams talks net neutrality and his latest social project, Nuzzel.

Patreon

Patreon

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Millions of YouTube views generate artists surprisingly little money. Jack Conte finds a better way.

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.

Replacing the Egg

Replacing the Egg

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Josh Tetrick of Hampton Creek Foods is using Bill Gates’ money to find a replacement for the egg.

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.

Deal or No Deal?

Deal or No Deal?

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Was Snapchat foolish to turn down Facebook? Storm Ventures’ Jason Lemkin ponders exits, IPOs and that “magic number."

Do Bus Protesters Have a Point?

Do Bus Protesters Have a Point?

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Can an economy grow too quickly? Bank of the West chief economist Scott Anderson on the Bay Area outlook.

If I Knew Then…

If I Knew Then…

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Young entrepreneur Chris Herbert of Phone Halo has already learned important lessons.

Farhad Updates His Resume

Farhad Updates His Resume

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Farhad Manjoo explains his sudden switch from The Wall Street Journal to The New York Times

The Storage Story

The Storage Story

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Seagate president Rocky Pimentel on the cloud, solid state drives and the future of storage.

Gun by Gun

Gun by Gun

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A Silicon Valley entrepreneur - deeply affected by gun violence - turns to crowdfunding to get weapons off the streets.

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.

Alexis Ohanian

Alexis Ohanian

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The cofounder of Reddit returns to Press Here to talk about his new book, “Without Their Permission.”

Alexis Ohanian Part 2

Alexis Ohanian Part 2

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The Reddit cofounder invests in more than 80 startups through Y Combinator.

Drone Revolution

Drone Revolution

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Airware CEO Jonathan Downey is in the right place at the right time.

Bringing Government Data Online

Bringing Government Data Online

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Yelp provides health scores next to restaurant reviews. Accela makes that possible. CEO Maury Blackman.

Nicest Venture Capitalist Ever

Nicest Venture Capitalist Ever

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Lightspeed’s John Vrionis hands out money to young entrepreneurs, with no strings attached.

Hotel Tonight

Hotel Tonight

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CEO Sam Shank tries to shake up the travel industry one more time.

Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri

Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri

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Entrepreneur of the Year Aneel Bhusri helped lead Workday to the second-largest tech IPO since Facebook.

Rocketspace

Rocketspace

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Rocketspace CEO Duncan Logan is landlord for dozens of cool startups, including Uber and Spotify.

Flextronics CEO

Flextronics CEO

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Mike McNamara runs the second-largest electronics manufacturer in the world but his poker face needs work. A discussion on the future of manufacturing in America.

Flextronics CEO Part 2

Flextronics CEO Part 2

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McNamara on competitor Foxconn, NSA spying and robots.

Ubiquiti Networks CEO

Ubiquiti Networks CEO

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A self-made billionaire, Robert Pera recently bought the Memphis Grizzlies.

Developers Developers Developers!

Developers Developers Developers!

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BlackBerry VP Alec Saunders has to convince app developers to write for the newest version of BlackBerry.

Disrupting the Courtroom

Disrupting the Courtroom

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Rocket Lawyer founder Charley Moore revolutionizes the legal profession.  Plus Scott McGrew tears up his will.  

Hire for Attitude, Not Ability

Hire for Attitude, Not Ability

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Business author Ekaterina Walter (“Think Like Zuck”) explains why teachers make good flight attendants.  

Race Against the Machines

Race Against the Machines

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Could robots and automation replace nearly all jobs?  MIT's Andrew McAfee on why China and India may have the most to lose. 

Leah Busque

Leah Busque

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TaskRabbit's CEO adapts to an improving economy.   A conversation with reporters from Bloomberg News and TechCrunch.

Putting Content in Search

Putting Content in Search

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Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds ponders the future of search.  Can real answers from real people offer more?

Reddit Co-Founder

Reddit Co-Founder

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Alexis Ohanian has been called an Internet superhero.  Now he's using the power of Reddit for musical justice.

His Time Has Come

His Time Has Come

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You know Lester Chambers' hit song – it’s in dozens of movies and video games.  So why didn’t he get paid?  With music from Lester ...

Music and Money

Music and Money

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Should Pandora pay more than a radio station to play the same song?    What’s a fair price for a tune?    Mike Agovino of Triton Digital.

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 154  In the Chips

Ep 154 In the Chips

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Marvell Semiconductor founder Weili Dai on the sea change in the chip industry.

Ep 154  Airbnb

Ep 154 Airbnb

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Co-founder Nate Blecharczyk balances disruption with following the law.

Ep 154  Doing Well by Doing Good

Ep 154 Doing Well by Doing Good

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"We First" author Simon Mainwaring says all companies should have a social mission.  

Ep 143 What Happened to Wall Street?

Ep 143 What Happened to Wall Street?

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Charles Schwab VP Colleen O'Brien on Wall Street's image problem

Ep 143 Social Media Disasters

Ep 143 Social Media Disasters

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An airline and a car insurance company have a very hard week on Twitter.

Ep 143 Mobile Payments

Ep 143 Mobile Payments

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TechCrunch's Leena Rao and Eric Savitz of Forbes discuss Square and Starbucks.

Ep 103 You Are What You Tweet.

Ep 103 You Are What You Tweet.

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Researchers at Johns Hopkins track the flu via Twitter.

Ep 103 When Patents Attack.

Ep 103 When Patents Attack.

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Laura Sydell takes us inside her startling report that has Silicon Valley abuzz.

Ep103 Stella and Dot.

Ep103 Stella and Dot.

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Entrepreneur Jessica Herrin tops her first $90 million company with a $370 million dollar followup.

Ep 101 Your Digital Rights Part 1

Ep 101 Your Digital Rights Part 1

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Can you record your own arrest? Can a cop read your text messages?

Ep 101 Your Digital Rights Part 2

Ep 101 Your Digital Rights Part 2

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EFF attorney Hanni Fakhoury.

Ep 101 Redefining the Dictionary

Ep 101 Redefining the Dictionary

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Lexicographer Erin McKean