In a 1996 International 4700 Armored Truck, Joel Ifill talks about how his company Dash Shipping is providing the future of civilian airdrop technology. Watch on YouTube, subscribe via iTunes, Spotify, or wherever podcasts are available. Support the show on Patreon. Follow on Instagram and Twitter for pictures of the guests and show updates. Produced by Chris Derr. Music by Chris Hoogewerff.
The iPhone changed everything. @graiz saw this early and built a company around it called Raizlabs. We riff on the recent acquisition of his company and the current tech landscape (hellscape?) including blockchain, Uber, Tesla, Google, The Facebook- all the heavy hitters. Watch on YouTube, subscribe via iTunes, Spotify, or wherever podcasts are available. Support the show on Patreon. … Continue reading Greg Raiz, Call him @graiz
53 days, 49 miles per day, Mexico to Canada, call it the Pacific Crest Trail. It all started as a way to raise money for CancerCare (donate!) in honor of his two year old cousin who passed from Neuroblastoma. Now it’s kicked off a career in ultra marathoning, breaking world records, and being a total beast. This … Continue reading Joe McConaughy, Call Him String Bean
Louis Serafini thought when he graduated in 2013 him and the track were done- it was time to make money and be successful. Then he said, “oh wait, this sucks” put the spikes back on and built his life around what he wants to do. He's now a sub 4 miler, enjoying the day to … Continue reading Louis Serafini, Selling in
Selling season tickets for the Philadelphia 76ers at a time when the organization broke the franchise record for sales, James Zingarini cracks open the realness talking post grad disillusionment. The transition from schooling to the “real world” is jarring- let Zingarini tell you why that’s okay. Houston, no gradient is now a video podcast- check … Continue reading James Zingarini Trusting the Process
Joseph and his wife made a list of 25 cities they wanted to live in. Shortly after, she died in a plane crash. Joseph kept that list in his pocket. 40 years, 40 apartments, 28 foreign cities, and 12 US cities later, their list is finally complete. He reflects on a life well lived and … Continue reading Joseph Cote, See America First
Mandy Levy- Emmy award winner, host of LA’s Slurring Bee, author of Calorie Accounting, resident of Avocado Street- opens her Los Feliz home for chips and riff. We talk writing, funding your passion, #MeToo, mansplaining, and Brendan Fraser. She also gives us a tidbit on serving Tyra Banks and opens up about being fat- eating … Continue reading Mandy Levy, Everything is Fun and Funny
Obi Nwankwo is chasing a dream in LA and he doesn’t care who knows. The corporate johnny pencil pusher post grad track got old real fast. He took a step back and said “I want to be a model, I want to be an actor, I want to be on TV.” Jack into his energy … Continue reading Obi Nwankwo is Serious About This
Scotty Holdridge- musician, bar manager, gentrifier- showing us he’s got more than enough life in him after getting the fuck out of tech. No agenda, no outline, no gradient, a riff session in every sense of the word. God bless him, Scotty put the ball in my court quite a bit as we talk Trump, … Continue reading Scotty Holdridge, Still Here Baby
Donegal to Edinburgh to London to SF, Niamh has an accent, Niamh is restless, Niamh wants to see the world, Niamh is mic’d up. A year ago she moved to The States after never setting foot here, let’s see what the deal is.