Summary: John Biggs talks to the greatest minds in tech, history, philosophy, and art about why the future won't be awful. Technotopia is a podcast about a better future. It appears every Friday at Noon Eastern.
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Let's talk about Apple in this episode... and also new presidents.
In this episode we keep ourselves sane by talking about how much we love Ted Lasso AND how Trump will barricade himself inside his house. Good times.
In this episode we talk about Zoom banning Zoom calls about Zoom and the problem of censorship online.
In this episode we bring on tech guru Paul Boutin to talk about WFH and the future of tech in politics.
In this episode, we talk about Triller, Facebook, and kindness on the internet.
Loren gets an invite to Clubhouse and hilarity ensues.
Hello, faithful listeners. I've been running the Technotopia podcast for a number of years and, frankly, it's been some of the most fun I've had in my life. That said, I wanted to explore tech in a bit more depth and connected with my friend Loren to build out Tech Hygiene, a chat show about how to stay sane when tech is going nuts. While I love the idea that tech can save us, it's not doing a very good job so we made this podcast. I love to hear from you about the change. I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
This episode of Tech Hygiene features tales of Elon Musk and details about John's new book.
In this episode, John and Loren talk bitcoin.
Wondering what blockchain is about? Adam B. Levine is my favorite expert and in this podcast he explores why we need cryptocurrencies in the first place.
Twitter, Facebook, and Kanye - we explore them all in this new podcast.
I'm doing a new podcast with Loren Feldman about tech and social media. Check it out and tell me what you think!
Dane Bjorklund is a developer and designer and currently senior creative at B-Reel. His work took him to LA from NYC and he shared with us the difference in tech cultures.
Ryan Gorman is a writer and marketer who shared his experience as he dealt with COVID-19.
What do you get when you cross an Apple blogger with a blacksmith? Basically you get Josh Centers, a writer with a background in prepping. Centers is an author and talks about preparing for the future and makes some excellent points on the need for a home first aid kid.