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How to design a logo
Art director and graphic designer Peter Saville talks to Vogue Business about the process of redrawing the logos of internationally famous brands – and how fetish and the Badminton Horse Trials inspired his Burberry sans serif
PeterSaville  interview  Burberry  brand  typography  fashion  VogueBusiness  2019 
february 2019 by inspiral
Climate Solutions: Is It Feasible to Remove Enough CO2 from the Air? - Yale E360
A U.S. scientific panel reports that technologies that take CO2 out of the atmosphere could be a significant part of a strategy to mitigate global warming. In an e360 interview, Stephen Pacala, the panel’s chairman, discusses how these fast-developing technologies are becoming increasingly viable.
climatechange  globalwarming  carboncapture  geoengineering  review  interview  StephenPascala  e360  2018 
december 2018 by inspiral
What's happening at Rapha? An interview with founder Simon Mottram | CyclingTips
For a deeper look at where Rapha is now, and where it’s going, we rang up Mottram. The following is a condensed version of a 35-minute interview with Rapha’s founder, including a few notes for context. We discussed Rapha’s new investors, changes to RCC, the company’s new partnership with the EF Education First-Drapac WorldTour team, and more.
SimonMottram  interview  Rapha  RCC  strategy  cycling  CyclingTips  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
In Conversation: Shabaka Hutchings | Features | Clash Magazine
With a breathful intensity that coarses through his tenor saxophone, Shabaka Hutchings’ playing is instantly recognisable on his many projects.

From frequently guesting with cosmic jazz legends the Sun Ra Arkestra to his work with punk-jazz ensemble Melt Yourself Down, the synth-fusion of the Mercury Prize-nominated Comet Is Coming and the free jazz of his South African project Shabaka and the Ancestors, Hutchings is a chameleon of the genre.
ShabakaHutchings  interview  profile  music  jazz  MeltYourselfDown  CometisComing  ShabakaandtheAncestors  Clash  2018 
june 2018 by inspiral
The Quietus | Features | A Quietus Interview | Ancestral Register: Shabaka Hutchings Interviewed
Stewart Smith talks to the prodigious and prolific saxophonist, clarinettist and composer Shabaka Hutchings of The Ancestors, Comet Is Coming, Melt Yourself Down and Sons Of Kemet
ShabakaHutchings  interview  profile  jazz  music  TheAncestors  CometisComing  MeltYourselfDown  SonsofKemet  TheQuietus  2016 
june 2018 by inspiral
How Philip Glass Went From Driving Taxis to Composing - The Atlantic
How Philip Glass went from driving taxis to becoming one of the most celebrated composers of our time
PhilipGlass  music  interview  history  TheAtlantic  2018 
april 2018 by inspiral
Andreessen Horowitz's Spin Master Built Silicon Valley As You Know It | WIRED
For two and a half decades Margit Wennmachers has quietly shaped the public image of Silicon Valley. Now Andreessen Horowitz’s spin master reckons with the era of big tech.
MargitWennmachers  profile  interview  AndreessenHorovitz  venturecapital  publicrelations  SiliconValley  Wired  2018 
january 2018 by inspiral
RA: The art of DJing: Roman Flügel
The surreal touch that colors Flügel's music extends to his masterful DJ sets. Speaking to Matt Unicomb, he reflects on his decades behind the decks.
RomanFlugel  interview  music  clubbing  dj  profile  ResidentAdvisor  2018 
january 2018 by inspiral
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 'Trump is where he is because of his appeal to racism' | Sport | The Guardian
The basketball legend and social activist who counted Ali and King among his contemporaries discusses Colin Kaepernick, LaVar Ball and Trump’s America
KareemAbdulJabbar  basketball  racism  race  activism  MuhammadAli  DonaldTrump  ColinKaepernick  MartinLutherKing  interview  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
RA: Karen Gwyer: The workers are on strike
Tony Poland meets the artist who is cutting a singular path through the modern techno landscape.
KarenGwyer  interview  music  techno  ResidentAdvisor  2017 
july 2017 by inspiral
Q&A: Transcript: Interview with Donald Trump | The Economist
The Economist talks to the President of the United States about economic policy
DonaldTrump  interview  economics  policy  trade  immigration  taxation  NAFTA  Economist  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
RA: Ryuichi Sakamoto: Everyday objects
Aaron Coultate speaks to the revered Japanese composer about overcoming cancer, The Revenant and his absorbing new album.
RyuichiSakamoto  music  interview  TheRevenant  soundtrack  async  ResidentAdvisor  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
Rapha: brand capitalises on the concept of cycling gear as a fashion item | Business | The Guardian
Fashionable but pricey bikewear maker has thrived on cycling boom but, its CEO asks, could it grow faster with the right backing?
Rapha  profile  SimonMottram  interview  cycling  Guardian  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
21 - Patrick Collison has a Few Questions for Tyler by Conversations with Tyler | Free Listening on SoundCloud
A few months ago, Tyler asked Patrick Collison, CEO of Stripe, to be on the show. Patrick agreed, but only under the condition that the be the one to do the interviewing. Thus, what follows is the conversation Patrick wanted to have with Tyler, not the one you wanted to have.
Happily Patrick stayed true to the spirit of Conversations with Tyler, and their dialogue covers a wide range of topics including the the benefits of diverse monocultures, the state of macroeconomics, Donald Trump, the amazing economics faculty at GMU, Peter Thiel, Brian Eno, Thomas Schelling, why Twitter is underrated, and — most pressing of all — why Marginal Revolution is so strange looking.

Transcript: medium.com/conversations-with-…-books-3e43cfe42d10
PatrickCollison  TylerCowen  interview  podcast  globalisation  economics  ConversationswithTyler  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
How The Americans Became the Most Relevant Drama on TV
The Americans tells the story of a Russian espionage operation so mind-boggling it seems absurd — or at least it did until, well, you know. The show, which stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, a seemingly normal 1980s suburban couple who are actually super-competent Soviet spies, debuted in 2013. Critics have long praised the crackling verisimilitude of its depiction of a tense marriage, while forgiving its pulpy espionage-plot contrivances. A fantastically successful foreign infiltration of Washington? Who would believe that?
TheAmericans  television  JacobWeisberg  JoeWeisberg  interview  Russia  USA  espionage  Vulture  2017 
march 2017 by inspiral
Toyota's Gill Pratt on Self-Driving Cars and the Reality of Full Autonomy - IEEE Spectrum
At Toyota’s CES press conference earlier this month, Pratt took the stage to address some of the challenges facing anyone working on automotive autonomy. There are many of these, and frequently, the amount of progress that the industry is making towards full autonomy is misunderstood, or even occasionally misrepresented. With that in mind, he spent a solid 20 minutes giving the audience a much needed reality check.
GillPratt  Toyota  automotive  selfdrivingvehicles  interview  review  forecast  IEEESpectrum  2017 
january 2017 by inspiral
Inside Instagram’s reinvention - Recode
That realization led to a massive product push in 2016 designed to make Instagram more authentic, encouraging users to share with friends in places outside of the traditional feed.

The list of major updates since May include:

Instagram Stories — Montages of photos and short videos that users can share with their followers. Stories expire after 24 hours.
A feed ranking algorithm — A computer model that surfaces the posts Instagram thinks you’ll like, not just the most recently published content.
Live video broadcasting — The ability to stream live video directly to your followers, who in turn can send you messages while they watch. The video feeds disappear after they’ve ended.
Ephemeral messages — A new messaging feature that erases the photos or videos you send friends after they’ve been opened.
Instagram  strategy  KevinSystrom  interview  InstagramStories  algorithms  livestreaming  ephemeral  Recode  2017 
january 2017 by inspiral
Economist digital strategy chief: We expect display advertising to have disappeared by 2025 – Press Gazette
So if it can’t support itself from digital advertising alone, that bodes ill for others trying to do the same thing.

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And the situation is even worse for incumbent publishers (e.g,, the Guardian) trying to switch to this model, because they have far higher costs as a result of their print legacies: larger newsrooms, pension liabilities, physical assets such as printing presses, and so on.

That does not mean that all incumbents are doomed: just those that try to switch to a free, ad-supported model.

It doesn’t work now, and the chance of it working in the future will only get smaller, as ad-blocking becomes more widespread and the shift to mobile consumption pushes down advertising rates.
webjournalism  onlineadvertising  media  critique  Economist  profitability  paywalls  review  TomStandage  interview  PressGazette  2016 
january 2017 by inspiral
Lunch with the FT: Susan Wojcicki
Over tofu in Palo Alto, the YouTube boss talks about reinventing TV and how Silicon Valley would benefit from employing more women
Youtube  SusanWojcicki  interview  onlinevideo  streamingmedia  profile  FinancialTimes  Medium  2016 
december 2016 by inspiral
Alexa, Tell Me Where You’re Going Next
Amazon’s VP of Alexa talks about machine learning, chatbots, and whether industry is strip-mining AI talent from academia.
Amazon  AmazonEcho  Alexa  virtualassistant  machinelearning  RohitPrasad  interview  author:StevenLevy  BackChannel  2016 
december 2016 by inspiral
Lunch with the FT: Pokémon Go creator John Hanke
Over tacos in San Francisco, the app’s creator talks about escapism, accelerated living — and why augmented reality is just getting started
JohnHanke  interview  Niantic  PokemonGo  mobileapps  augmentedreality  locationbasedservices  review  FinancialTimes  2016 
november 2016 by inspiral
The Speculative Dread of “Black Mirror” - The New Yorker
Charlie Brooker’s prophetic TV show explores the unintended consequences of technological innovation. 
BlackMirror  CharlieBrooker  television  TVGoHome  dystopia  interview  NewYorker  2016 
november 2016 by inspiral
How Tiga Ignited Montreal's Dance Music Movement - YouTube
In Autobiographies actors, musicians, athletes, filmmakers and chefs share personal stories about the moments that changed their lives. In this episode we meet DJ entrepreneur Tiga who shares with us how he revolutionized the Montreal party scene by staying true to himself and rejecting convention.
Tiga  interview  dancemusic  music  Montreal  profile  Vice  2016 
october 2016 by inspiral
VR Pioneer Chris Milk: Virtual Reality Will Mirror Life Like Nothing Else Before
Chris Milk, founder and CEO of virtual reality company Within (formerly Vrse), has a vision for the future of stories. He was kind enough to take some time at Singularity University Global Summit to sit down and walk me through a wide-ranging conversation touching upon the future of storytelling as a medium, virtual reality as a platform for innovation and the wildly exciting interactions between virtual reality and other exponential technologies.

Milk is already a legend in the VR community. He exploded onto the scene with the breakthrough VR documentary “Clouds Over Sidra,” an in-depth examination of daily life in a Syrian refugee camp. When the history of VR cinema is being written, “Clouds Over Sidra” will almost certainly be the first classic VR film mentioned.

But Milk is just getting started. His company Within has plans to help shape the language we use for virtual reality storytelling. Because let’s be clear, VR storytelling is still very much in its infancy. This fact makes it even crazier there are already VR films out there that can inspire and captivate on such a profound level.

And we’re only going up from here.
ChrisMilk  virtualreality  360video  innovation  Within  interview  SingularityHub  2016 
september 2016 by inspiral
TransferWise co-founder on Brexit: 'London may no longer be the tech centre for Europe' | Technology | The Guardian
As for what that plan should be, it’s the same thing Hinrikus, and most of the rest of the technology community, have been pushing for since even before the referendum campaign kicked off: access to the single market and access to talent from all across Europe. For TransferWise in particular, there’s an additional red line in the form of financial passporting. The firm is regulated in the UK, but EU rules let it operate all across the continent. If that goes, it seems unlikely that the British headquarters will be able to stay much longer, relegating the UK to the same status as the Australian or Japanese subsidiaries.
TransferWise  TaavetHinrikus  fintech  London  Brexit  review  critique  profile  interview  Guardian  2016 
september 2016 by inspiral
Can mythbusters like Snopes.com keep up in a post-truth era? | Technology | The Guardian
The fact-checking website was launched to correct urban legends and false rumours. Now, with even presidential candidates repeating fake stories from the web, its co-founder David Mikkelson says ‘the bilge is rising faster than you can pump’
Snopes  DavidMikkelson  interview  truth  webjournalism  critique  profile  review  Guardian  2016 
august 2016 by inspiral
Trump: Tribune Of Poor White People | The American Conservative
I wrote last week about the new nonfiction book Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and a Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance, the Yale Law School graduate who grew up in the poverty and chaos of an Appalachian clan. The book is an American classic, an extraordinary testimony to the brokenness of the white working class, but also its strengths. It’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. With the possible exception of Yuval Levin’s The Fractured Republic, for Americans who care about politics and the future of our country, Hillbilly Elegy is the most important book of 2016. You cannot understand what’s happening now without first reading J.D. Vance. His book does for poor white people what Ta-Nehisi Coates’s book did for poor black people: give them voice and presence in the public square.
JDVance  interview  DonaldTrump  socialclass  politics  poverty  USA  TheAmericanConservative  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Silicon Valley’s Farsighted Banker
SVB CEO Greg Becker on where and how the next big tech innovations will emerge.
GregBecker  interview  SiliconValleyBank  startup  review  innovation  fintech  StrategyBusiness  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Lunch with the FT: Rob Rhinehart — FT.com
His ‘future food’ began as a lifehack for techies. Now it’s a $100m-plus start-up. Over double desserts in LA, he says our eating habits are stuck in the industrial revolution
RobRhinehart  interview  Soylent  food  startup  profile  FinancialTimes  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
The man who put ‘Pokémon Go’ on the map — FT.com
John Hanke developed Google Earth then the mobile phone game that is becoming a global craze
JohnHanke  interview  NianticLabs  PokemonGo  locationbasedservices  mobilegaming  FinancialTimes  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Eddy Cue on Apple's TV Plans and Why Netflix Isn't a Competitor - Hollywood Reporter
The senior vp also dishes on what he learned from Steve Jobs, why the company won't be buying a Hollywood studio anytime soon and why agents should be "very, very excited.
Apple  EddyCue  interview  television  music  AppleTV  AppleMusic  review  strategy  HollywoodReporter  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
The U.K.’s Biggest Bookstore Chain Is Thriving. What Could Barnes & Noble Learn From It?
This large chain in the U.K. made a shocking turnaround by doing something surprising: trusting its booksellers.
Waterstones  retail  profile  JamesDaunt  interview  books  publishing  growth  UK  Slate  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Interview: Paul Gill, Head of Digital Engagement at Oxfam » Charity Digital News
We recently caught up with Paul Gill, who runs the Digital Engagement team at Oxfam GB. The team delivers user-centred digital comms, focused on providing the best digital brand experience, raising income and influencing. Paul has a personal focus on user experience (UX) and the cross-channel experience for our supporters. 
charity  digital  PaulGill  interview  Oxfam  strategy  CharityDigitalNews  2015 
july 2016 by inspiral
An Election Season Conversation With Ralph Nader, the Nation’s No. 1 Public-Interest Crusader — Pacific Standard
It’s been an interesting couple of years for left-wing populist movements, from Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter to Bernie Sanders’ insurgent run for president. Driven by widening inequality and fanned by social media, some have already brought about real changes — like the fight for a $15 minimum wage across the country — while others have quietly faded away. Few people have a longer-term perspective on what it takes to have an impact than public-interest crusader and political maverick Ralph Nader, who, over the span of five decades, has leveraged the courts, the media, and the electoral system to win hefty gains for consumers and the environment. A five-time candidate for president, he’s sitting this election out, working the channels through his role with the Center for Study of Responsive Law, the research and advocacy organization he founded in 1968. The center is housed at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C., where we met in a grand, bookshelf-lined conference room and talked politics, elections, and organizing for change as the late-afternoon sun slanted through tall windows.
RalphNader  interview  politics  BernieSanders  HillaryClinton  DonaldTrump  politicalcorrectness  freetrade  TransPacificPartnership  Apple  Facebook  Google  privacy  philanthropy  wealthy  PacificStandard  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
THE SHADOW DOCTORS
The underground race to spread medical knowledge as the Syrian regime erases it.
DavidNott  profile  interview  medicine  MédecinsSansFrontières  healthcare  war  Syria  ISIS  NewYorker  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Snapchat Launches a Colossal Expansion of Its Advertising, Ushering in a New Era for the App | Adweek
Khan and his army (the company is now 900 employees strong) have basically flipped the script on the advertising community, where, not so long ago, it was widely assumed that Snapchat's leadership was too immature to fully take advantage of its teen-idol status among millennials. And yet, Snapchat has rapidly built its ad business since emerging as the talk of last year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. And next week, when the industry again converges on the Riviera, the company may well find itself the belle of the ball once more. Today, the company announces the launch of Snapchat Partners, its long-anticipated advertising API (application programming interface), which will hook up more than 20 tech-minded companies. The API promises to expand advertising dramatically on the platform in the long run. "Different marketers have different objectives, and we just want to make it easier for them to buy ads on the platform," Khan explains. "We want [brands] to have a place where they can tell their stories, you know, in a better way."
Snapchat  onlineadvertising  API  launch  ImranKhan  interview  SnapchatAdsPartners  SnapchatCreativePartners  effectiveness  audio  SnapchatSponsoredLens  SnapchatGeofilters  TacoBell  Gatorade  creativeshowcase  targeting  AdWeek  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Ev Williams is The Forrest Gump of the Internet - The Atlantic
That is the Medium appeal, in a nutshell. Keeping everything from being shit. It wants to do so by adopting many of the tics and habits of the original blogosphere—the intertextuality, the back-and-forth, the sense of amateurism—without being the open web. It will use its own custom metrics, like time-spent-reading, to decide who sees what stories; and it will tend to show your friends something if you “recommend” it. Medium, yes, will just be another platform, but it will run the open web in an emulator.
EvWilliams  profile  interview  Medium  openweb  webjournalism  Twitter  Blogger  internet  TheAtlantic  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Secrets of the Sharing Economy - Bloomberg View
It goes by many names: the “sharing economy,” the “gig economy,” the “on-demand economy." Arun Sundararajan, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business who has been studying the phenomenon for several years, favors “crowd-based capitalism.” But he compromised for the book he’s just written, titling it “The Sharing Economy: The End of Employment and the Rise of Crowd-Based Capitalism.”

In the book, Sundararajan argues that online platforms that make it easy for individuals to sell products and services to others are ushering in a new kind of capitalism. I interviewed him over lunch early this month. What follows is an edited and much-abridged account of our conversation.  
sharingeconomy  review  profile  ArunSundararajan  interview  trends  Airbnb  Uber  Etsy  flexibility  Bloomberg  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Can Netflix Survive in the New World It Created? - The New York Times
Those who think Netflix will come to dominate television have a simple rationale: Netflix has exposed, and taken advantage of, the limitations of conventional TV. The more time people spend on Netflix — it’s now up to nearly two hours a day — the less they watch network television. “Our thesis is that bingeing drives more bingeing,” says Greenfield, the Wall Street analyst. “Once people start watching shows that don’t have commercials, they never want to go back. Waiting week after week for the next episode of a favorite show,” he says, “is not a good experience for consumers anymore.”

Still, despite the rise in Netflix’s share price over the past few years, the company has no shortage of doubters on Wall Street. Some distrust Netflix’s numbers, arguing that millions of people no longer watch the service anymore but keep their subscriptions because they are so inexpensive. Netflix has announced that it will raise prices this year, and the Netflix skeptics believe the price increase will cause subscribers to cancel in droves. Other critics note the slowdown in the growth of domestic subscribers, by far the company’s most profitable segment. In addition, Netflix, between its content costs and the cost of adding subscribers, is spending more than it collects in revenue. How long can that continue?

Finally, the pessimists point out that Netflix makes very little profit: In the first quarter of this year, for instance, Netflix had nearly $2 billion in revenue but only $28 million in profit. Despite the significant moves by Netflix into original programming, Wall Street still values Netflix more like a platform company — a business that uses the internet to match buyers and sellers, like Uber — than a content company, like a studio or a network. Its valuation is currently $5 billion more than Sony, for example. Hastings, who has been very blunt about the company’s strategy of plowing money back into the business, has promised bigger profits sometime in 2017. Whether he can deliver on that promise will be a significant test of investors’ faith in him.
Netflix  television  streamingmedia  cableTV  disintermediation  competition  strategy  history  ReedHastings  interview  profile  NYTimes  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Revolution in gender fluidity linked to rise of Trump, author argues | US news | The Guardian
Browning said the gender revolution can help explain the resurgence of rightwing extremism in Europe and why it is possible for a former reality television show host to become the presumptive Republican nominee for US president – even though he has made racist, sexist and xenophobic comments.

“We’re going to see in a decade what we’ve seen in the last five years, a movement for which Trump happened to be the dandy on hand,” Browning said. “And gender is a big piece of that”. Browning said that today, men hold fewer positions of power and are being demoted in society. Simultaneously, people are exploring gender more openly and have easier access to online forums through which to explore differing types of gender and sexual expression.

As Browning writes in the introduction to his books, apart from fundamentalist extremism, he says “nothing seems to stimulate or threaten conventional stability so deeply as the shifting terrain of gender – and indeed it may well be that the steady erosion of gender roles motivates fundamentalist rage even more than the historic abuses of race, poverty and imperial presumption”.
gender  power  trends  FrankBrowning  interview  profile  DonaldTrump  backlash  Guardian  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
The Incredible True Story Behind AMC’s Halt And Catch Fire – How Compaq Cloned IBM And Created An Empire | Internet History Podcast
This Sunday, AMC is premiering a new original series called Halt And Catch Fire. Set in the early 1980s, it tells the story of a band of cowboy entrepreneurs and engineers who join the PC Wars by cloning an IBM machine and taking on Big Blue for control of the nascent personal computer industry.

AMC’s show is fictional, but it turns out, there is a true life story that is similar to this course of events, and it led to the creation of one of the greatest technology companies of all time, Compaq Computers.

Rod Canion was one of the co-founders of Compaq back in the early 80s, and he was there for the real world PC wars. He’s written a book about the time period, Open: How Compaq Ended IBM’s PC Domination and Helped Invent Modern Computing. In the interview below, I spoke to Rod about the book, the process of taking on Big Blue and cloning the IBM-PC, and how a series of incredible calculated gambles paid off to eventually build one of history’s most successful technology companies.
HaltandCatchFire  television  PCs  history  Compaq  IBM  personalaccount  RodCanion  interview  InternetHistoryPodcast  2014 
may 2016 by inspiral
Did Hillary’s Campaign Have to Be This Hard? -- NYMag
There’s nothing simple about this candidacy—or candidate.
Photographs by
Brigitte Lacombe
HillaryClinton  elections  politics  popularity  review  profile  interview  USA  NYMag  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
How Donald Trump Destroyed the Interview - POLITICO Magazine
By rejecting the authority of the press to judge him, Trump has debilitated if not destroyed the power of the interview, befuddling a press corps that still believes it can bring him down with one more gotcha, one more “Pinocchio", one more “Pants On Fire" from the fact-checkers. Trump is laughing at them now.
DonaldTrump  interview  journalism  politics  critique  truth  USA  Politico  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
How to make appraisals more appealing
Surveys often show disdain from employees and managers for appraisals, but how might improvements to how that information is gathered make the whole process easier and more useful?
Appraisd  RolyWalter  interview  humanresources  appraisal  review  PersonnelToday  2015 
may 2016 by inspiral
Juliana Buhring: ‘How cycling round the world saved me’ | Sport | The Guardian
She became the fastest woman to pedal solo around the world after her partner was killed by a crocodile. Fellow round-the-world cyclist Rob Penn meets Juliana Buhring in Italy
JulianaBuhring  interview  cycletouring  cycling  worldrecord  Guardian  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
Erik Sandberg-Diment and the Perils of Predicting the Future of Technology - The Atlantic
“Like most kids in the ’50s and ’60s, I was impressed by computers when they first came out,” he said. “The best I can say is I expected something more and I expected something less. My techie friends are going to kill me, but I did not expect the isolation and the reduction of humanity.”
ErikSandbergDiment  profile  interview  forecast  future  computers  technology  review  TheAtlantic  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
Fintech: Shaking up the financial industry - CBS News
One sector of our economy after the next is being disrupted by new apps and websites, like bookstores, travel agents, taxis, hotels. Tonight, we're going to explore whether the banking industry is next on the list. Thousands of startups are challenging many aspects of banking, the newcomers argue that this important sector is too set in its ways. It's being called the financial technology -- or fintech -- revolution. We looked at the birth of one fintech company founded by two young fintechies who started not unlike the founders of Facebook and Microsoft.
fintech  profile  Stripe  JohnCollison  PatrickCollison  interview  TaavetHinrikus  TransferWise  MaxLevchin  Paypal  VikramPandit  Citibank  Citigroup  60Minutes  CBS  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
Simon Kong - Person | AudioCulture
In 1991, 15-year-old Simon Kong made a habit of sneaking into Christchurch nightclubs. “Back then the DJs were really technically good, and they would play across the board,” he says. “Knowing what I know now, what you heard in the club was incredible. I would literally dance all night.”
SimonKong  interview  profile  dancemusic  music  clubbing  Wellington  NewZealand  AudioCulture  2015 
may 2016 by inspiral
Who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone | Science | AAAS
But in increasing numbers, researchers around the world are turning to Sci-Hub, which hosts 50 million papers and counting. Over the 6 months leading up to March, Sci-Hub served up 28 million documents. More than 2.6 million download requests came from Iran, 3.4 million from India, and 4.4 million from China. The papers cover every scientific topic, from obscure physics experiments published decades ago to the latest breakthroughs in biotechnology. The publisher with the most requested Sci-Hub articles? It is Elsevier by a long shot—Sci-Hub provided half-a-million downloads of Elsevier papers in one recent week.
SciHub  academia  publishing  copyright  piracy  openaccess  AlexandraElbakyan  interview  Science  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
The Economies of L.A. and San Francisco - CityLab
A conversation with Michael Storper, the author of a new book on why San Francisco has outperformed L.A. in recent decades.
LosAngeles  SanFrancisco  urbandevelopment  comparison  tech  BayAreaCouncil  MichaelStorper  interview  CityLab  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral
Fintech 1,000 shows not so many insurance tech startups ... yet | BankNXT
“Technology now provides the means for disruption in insurance through the wholesale adoption of new tech such as wearables, the proliferation of the ‘Internet of Things’, the EU directive to ensure telematics in every car from next year and, of course, the massive capability of big data.
insurtech  startup  data  opportunity  insurance  author:BernardLunn  RickHuckstep  interview  BankNXT  2015 
april 2016 by inspiral
Understanding Snapchat – Creative Review
Speaking to Contagious editor Alex Jenkins at Ad Week, Bell, who is based in Los Angeles, said Snapchat aims to provide a platform for users to consume media and information while communicating with their friends. Speaking about the difference between Snapchat and other social networks, he said the app is focused less on curating a perfect online image and more on capturing things ‘in the moment’. This focus on immediacy is reflected in the app’s UI, which directs users immediately to the camera function on their device. (Two-thirds of Snapchat users create new content every day and while its UI is often criticised, Bell said the app’s design is based on making it as easy as possible to take and share pictures and videos).
Snapchat  profile  ephemeral  SnapchatDiscover  SnapchatLiveStories  review  NickBell  interview  CreativeReview  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral
How to Understand Alibaba, ‘The House That Jack Ma Built’ - The Atlantic
During the years my wife Deb and I lived in China, we became friends with Duncan Clark, an investment banker, consultant, and writer based in Beijing. For the past few years I’ve known that he was at work on a biography of Jack Ma, this era’s most renowned Chinese entrepreneur.

That book, Alibaba and the House that Jack Ma Built, comes out this week.  I’ve read it; I recommend it; and I think it tells a lot not just about Ma and his sprawling, remarkable Alibaba firm but also about the potential, the limits, and the character of modern China.

I sent Duncan Clark a list of three questions that his portrait of Jack Ma provoked for me. Below you’ll see those questions, and his (very interesting) answers. In a few days I’ll send him a round of follow-ups — and Duncan has offered to answer (within reason!) questions from readers as well. Please send them to hello@theatlantic.com; we’ll pass them to Duncan Clark and extend the conversation here.
DuncanClark  interview  JackMa  Alibaba  China  ecommerce  profile  growth  review  economy  politics  TheAtlantic  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral
Elon Musk - the full BBC interview - YouTube
In January 2016 Elon Musk talks to BBC Technology Correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones at Tesla's Design Studio in Hawthorne, California. The conversation covers the future of electric vehicles and of autonomous driving technology. The importance of Tesla building an affordable car is discussed along with Musk's confidence that Apple will build an electric car.
ElonMusk  interview  Tesla  Apple  automotive  selfdrivingvehicles  review  BBC  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral
Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are | Amy Cuddy | TED Talks - YouTube
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how "power posing" -- standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don't feel confident -- can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.
bodylanguage  psychology  employment  interview  author:AmyCuddy  TED  2012 
april 2016 by inspiral
The Future of Twitter: Q&A with Jack Dorsey
Last year, amid a cratering stock price, slowing user growth, and a spate of executive departures, Twitter Inc.'s board decided to put co-founder Jack Dorsey in as chief executive.

Ten months later, all the same problems remain. But Dorsey has a clearer message about what he wants to change and how he wants to change it. As investors speculate about who will buy Twitter and when, Dorsey has allowed himself to think years down the road. In a wide-ranging interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, he hints at that future. Will Twitter, currently tasked with showing you what's happening right now, be able to predict for you what's going to happen next? Is it the killer app for augmented reality?

Dorsey says Twitter's role in the world still centers around bringing people together to watch live events in the place where information comes the fastest. A decade after Twitter's founding, he has faith in the crowd and its ability to bring forth a range of opinions—balancing Donald Trump's inaccuracies, for instance—but he also talks about the importance of making Twitter a safer place to speak without fear of being attacked or harassed. What follows is a lightly edited transcript of the conversation.
JackDorsey  interview  Twitter  socialmedia  strategy  review  Bloomberg  2016 
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