6 Pixels of Separation
The Bean Cast
Duct Tape Marketing
Marketing over Coffee
John J. Wall speaks, writes and practices at the intersection of marketing, sales, and technology. He is the producer of Marketing Over Coffee, a weekly audio program that discusses both new and classic Marketing with his co-host Christopher S. Penn, and has been featured on iTunes.
He has held positions specializing in Customer Relationship Management and sales support systems at both venture funded and privately held businesses (companies including MarketingSherpa and the Digital Consulting Institute), working with clients such as Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce.com.
Web Agency Podcast
This Week in Tech(TWiT)
Dvorak was on the start-up team for CNET Networks, appearing on the television show CNET Central. He also hosted a radio show called Real Computing and later 'Technically Speaking' on NPR, as well as a television show on TechTV (formerly ZDTV) called Silicon Spin. Dvorak is currently a voice on the podcast "No Agenda".
He now appears on Marketwatch TV and is a regular panelist on This Week in Tech, a podcast audio and now video program hosted by Leo Laporte and featuring other former TechTV personalities such as Patrick Norton, Kevin Rose, and Robert Heron. As of December 2005, that "TWiTcast" regularly ranks among the top 5 at Apple's iTunes Music Store. Dvorak also participated in the only Triangulation podcast, a similar co-hosted technology discussion program.
This Week in Google
Leo Laporte, Gina Trapani, Jeff Jarvis and their guests talk about the latest Google and cloud computing news. Records live every Wednesday at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET.
Laporte studied Chinese history at Yale University before dropping out in his junior year to pursue his career in radio broadcasting.
Laporte has worked on technology-related broadcasting projects, including Dvorak on Computers in January 1991 (co-hosted with computer pundit John C. Dvorak), and Laporte on Computers on KGO Radio and KSFO in San Francisco. Today Laporte owns and operates a podcast network, TWiT.tv. Its shows are available on iTunes and other podcast subscription services.
Laporte calls his audio and video shows "netcasts," saying "I've never liked the word podcast. It causes confusion … people have told me that they can't listen to my shows because they 'don't own an iPod' … I propose the word 'netcast.'
Best known for founding Lifehacker in 2005. Gina recently launched ThinkUp, a social data insights engine, where she is both co-founder and lead developer. Trapani has published three books and has also written for other publications including Harvard Business Online. Fast Company named her one of the Most Influential Women in Technology in 2009 and 2010, and Wired magazine awarded her its prestigious Rave Award in 2006.
Jeff Jarvis is an American journalist, professor, public speaker and former television critic. He advocates the Open Web and argues that there are many social and personal benefits to living a more public life on the internet.
Jarvis is former Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News and a former columnist for the San Francisco Examiner. He was president and creative director of Advance Internet—the online arm of Advance Publications—until 2005. He has consulted for numerous other media companies. In 2005 he became an associate professor at City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism, directing its new media program.
Tech News Today
Tom" Merritt is a technology journalist and broadcaster who hosted a daily show on Leo Laporte's TWiT.tv Netcast Network Tech News Today. Merritt was formerly an Executive Editor for CNET and developer and co-host of the daily podcast Buzz Out Loud.
Sarah Christina Lane is an American television and Internet personality. She is currently most notable for hosting a number of shows on the TWiT.tv network. These shows include Tech News Today along with Tom Merritt, Iyaz Akhtar, and Jason Howell which airs live Monday through Friday, the weekly Apple iPad show iPad Today alongside Leo Laporte, the weekly Apple iPhone show iFive for the iPhone, and the weekly social media show The Social Hour with Amber MacArthur.
Iyaz Akhtar is an associate producer and co-host of "Tech News Today" and "Know How..." He's previously worked as a writer for TheAppleBlog and PCMag.com. Iyaz has created other podcasts in the past including "This Old Nerd," a tech how-to show.
Iyaz is also officially a retired lawyer. He received his J.D. from Vermont Law School and his LL.M in Taxation from New York University.
Will we be able to cure multiple diseases by tweaking our genes? How do water systems work? Learn the answer to this question and more as Jonathan and Lauren explore the science behind all things tech in TechStuff, a podcast by HowStuffWorks.com.
NPR: TED Radio Hour
An idea is the one gift that you can hang onto even after you've given it away. Welcome to TED Radio Hour hosted by Guy Raz – a journey through fascinating ideas: astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, new ways to think and create.
Based on Talks given by riveting speakers on the world-renowned TED stage, each show is centered on a common theme – such as the source of happiness, crowd-sourcing innovation, power shifts, or inexplicable connections – and injects soundscapes and conversations that bring these ideas to life.
Raz joined NPR in 1997 as an intern for All Things Considered and he worked his way through the ranks of the organization. His first job was the assistant to NPR's legendary news analyst Daniel Schorr.
For his reporting from Iraq, Raz was awarded both the Edward R. Murrow Award and the Daniel Schorr Journalism prize. His reporting has contributed to two duPont Awards and one Peabody awarded to NPR. He's been a finalist for the Livingston Award four times. For his reporting from Germany, Raz was awarded both the RIAS Berlin prize and the Arthur F. Burns Award. In 2008, he spent a year as a Nieman journalism fellow at Harvard University where he studied classical history.
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
Harvard Business Review: Idea Cast
The HBR IdeaCast, from the publishers of Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business Press, and hbr.org, features breakthrough ideas and commentary from the leading thinkers in business and management. Looking for video? See our HBR Video IdeaCast. For audio, video, and more, check out the HBR Today iPhone app, now available in the App Store.
In their books "Freakonomics" and "SuperFreakonomics," Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner explore "the hidden side of everything," with stories about cheating schoolteachers, self-dealing real-estate agents, and crack-selling mama’s boys. The Freakonomics Radio podcast, hosted by Dubner, carries on that tradition with weekly episodes. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.