October 21, 2018 at 2:00PM • 47 minutes
Prompted by his recent visit to Apple Park, Horace examines the history of the company town, its job to be done and wonders who lives in them today in another special edition of The Critical Path.
Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.
October 19, 2018 at 6:00PM • 1 hour 6 minutes
Haddie and Dan discuss some good tv shows, Dan gets bit by a dog, Haddie buys a house, and they give their current recommendations on all kinds of things.
Hosted by Haddie Cooke & Dan Benjamin.
October 19, 2018 at 3:00PM • 1 hour 33 minutes
Dan and John rediscover lost innocence.
Hosted by John Roderick & Dan Benjamin.
October 19, 2018 at 4:00AM • 36 minutes
This week Cody and Joe discuss traveling with iPhone XS Max, Cody's new keyboard, iPhone XR, Apple's October 30th Event, Google Pixel 3, and much more!a
Hosted by Cody Coats & Joe Caiati.
October 18, 2018 at 6:00PM • 1 hour 31 minutes
Hoy en Puromac Fede y Flavio hablando sobre sus nuevos Apple Watch Series 4, las ventajas, devolución del iPhone Xs , hackintosh, ios12, iPhone Xr, saludos y respuestas a preguntas de oyentes.
Hosted by Federico Hatoum & Flavio Guinsburg.
October 18, 2018 at 2:00PM • 54 minutes
This week Tommy and Adam take go deep and tackle the topic of corporate espionage as Apple, Amazon, Google and others combat this fake or real trend.
Hosted by Adam Dachis & Darren Herczeg.
October 18, 2018 at 10:30AM • 46 minutes
Jeffrey MacIntyre, a long-time independent UX consultant and researcher specializing in thoughtful digital personalization, is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest. The two Jeffreys discuss personalization and its intersection with AI, the business opportunity of responsible personalization, aligning personalization with business operations, the secret history of berry picking, the value of a good taxonomy, personalization versus customization, avoiding the “creep” factor, and much more. A worthwhile episode for business executives and marketers as well as the designers and coders who serve them.
Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
October 18, 2018 at 8:00AM • 36 minutes
Brittany chats with Peter Cooper, founder of Cooperpress. Cooperpress publishes weekly email newsletters to an audience of over 415,000 developers and software engineers, including Ruby Weekly.
Hosted by Brittany Martin.
October 17, 2018 at 10:00PM • 52 minutes
Micromobility has an addressable market of more than $1.4 trillion dollars annually just in the US, a figure that makes it more valuable than longer distance transport addressable by cars.
That's the message in this episode where we run through the talk 'When Micromobility Attacks' that Horace gave at the recent Micromobility Summit in Copenhagen.
We look at:
- how US trip data typically exhibits log-normal disibutions (and an explanation of what this means!)
- how many of the 2 trillion vehicle trips taken in the US annually would potentially be served by micromobility (min 20)
- how Marchetti's constant (one hour of travel a day) relates to micromobility's benefits (min 23)
- how adoption of micromobility would impact car demand, and why this is relevant to automakers (min 26)
- why these high volume, short trips are actually more valuable than average car trips on a dollar basis. (min 30)
- how time spent travelling will actually drive adoption of micromobility in highly congested cities. (min 34)
- Why 3 times more time is spent on short trips than longer trips in vehicles, and the implications for micromobility (min 36)
- The impacts this explosion in micromobility might have on carbon emissions and how we can measure that (min 42)
Be sure to check out the slides here (https://www.slideshare.net/asymco/when-micromobility-attacks) and the transcript on our Medium page.
Hosted by Oliver Bruce & Horace Dediu.