Episode 10 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

Episode 9 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

1. Apple Watch starts pre-ordering!

2. The New Macbook

3. Beats signing exclusive deals with Artists

What's your suggestion? Leave a comment!

Episode 8 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

1. Tech CEOs fight against Indiana Religious Freedom Act

2. Google Makes Photos and Videos available in Drive
 

http://www.techmeme.com/150330/p19#a150330p19

3. The Shut-in Economy
 

https://medium.com/matter/the-shut-in-economy-ec3ec1294816

4. Facebook's f8 Conference reveals Messenger Platform and Messenger for Business
 

https://developers.facebooklive.com

What's your suggestion? Leave a comment!

Episode 7 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

1. Kleiner Law Suit

http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/22/key-details-of-the-kleiner-perkins-gender-discrimination-lawsuit/

2. Facebook as a publishing platform

https://medium.com/the-local-news-lab/my-kingdom-for-a-platform-the-opportunities-and-threats-of-publishing-direct-to-facebook-4ab6327fd00e

3. Foursquare + Twitter Partnership

http://techcrunch.com/2015/03/23/twitter-teaming-with-foursquare-for-location-tagging-in-tweets/

4. What's your suggestion? Leave a comment!

Episode 6 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

1. Apple Watch, Macbook 12" and work conditions in China

  • http://www.hulu.com/watch/762564

2. Mailbag: Isn't Facebook's Suicide Prevention Features just covering their ass because of all the bullying they facilitate.

3. The Rise of Meerkat and the constraints of the Twitter Platform

What does Twitter's disabling of Meerkat's Graph Access mean for Twitter, Meerkat and Developers thinking about Twitter as a partner?

4. SxSW Special Report.

Since we're going to be atSxSW this week, we are thinking of recording a special episode of Context Matters asking a broad number of attendees the same question. As always, ideally it's something topical, at the intersection of Business, Technology and Culture AND has room for a broad range of answers/perspectives. Any suggestions?

5. What's your suggestion? Leave a comment!

Episode 5 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

What should we discuss on the next show? 

1. Net Neutrality Vote (Suggested by Chris)

2. Facebook Suicide Prevention Features (Suggested by Brian)

3. Cocaine use and "East-coast habits" becoming a problem in Silicon Valley?

4. What's your suggestion? Leave a comment!

Episode 4 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.

These are the stories we're considering for the the next episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

1. Winning in Silicon Valley

2. Rumor: Apple joining Uber, Google, Tesla to build a Car? (Suggested by Andrew Kushnir in Comments)

3. The Silicon Valley/San Francisco Culture War

4. The new Medium - taking on Microblogging

5. Your suggestions? Leave a comment and suggest news and topics for us to discuss

Episode 1 - Topic Planning

One of the novel things we're going to try with this Podcast is to involve the audience in choosing topics and providing perspectives. In this section of the site we will post the topics we're thinking about ahead of time and invite you to provide feedback.


These are the stories we're considering for the first episode. We'd love your thoughts, feedback and ideas in the comments or via our Contact page.

Uber is evolving its pitch to "Job creator" and "Environmental champion":

Microsoft announces HoloLense. How is it compare and contrast from Google Glass and Oculus Rift. Where will this kind of technology go?

"Women Shouldn't Code" - At least according to Francine Hardaway