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28 minutes | Dec 12, 2017
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn on net neutrality
The FCC is set to vote on Thursday to undo the efforts of the Barack Obama administration to ensure strong net neutrality. FCC Commissioner Clyburn joins to talk about what's at stake — and what needs to happen after the vote.
23 minutes | Nov 30, 2017
What's the future of Facebook Marketplace?
Buying and selling your stuff isn't just for Craigslist and eBay anymore. Facebook jumped in the game a little more than a year ago. We sat down with Facebook's head of Marketplace Deb Liu to learn what's up with its e-commerce play.
22 minutes | Nov 22, 2017
What the heck is machine learning?
If you like tech, chances are you've heard the term "machine learning" thrown around a lot. But just what is it? Jacqueline Garavente of Union Square Ventures joins to walk us through just what ML is, how it's related to artificial intelligence, and what it means for you.
31 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
Dotdash's CEO on why digital media is doing OK
Neil Vogel, CEO of Dotdash (formerly About.com), brings a much-needed dose of optimism on why digital media companies that are making high-quality content are doing OK—and have a pretty bright future.
25 minutes | Oct 5, 2017
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer on making a 22nd century city
Self-driving cars are already on the road in Orlando. How? Mayor Buddy Dyer joins to talk about how cities can embrace tech, and the challenges of working with companies to provide the kind of incentives that attract investment but create sustainable growth.
28 minutes | Sep 29, 2017
Cenk Uygur from the Young Turks
Cenk Uygur has been on the internet covering politics for a long time—arguably longer than anyone else in the industry. Never shy to share his opinions, Uygur joins to talk about how the media has covered Trump, why some topics don't ever seem to get attention, and where his company—TYT Network—is headed.
35 minutes | Sep 6, 2017
How YouTube created "streampunks"
YouTube Chief Business Office Robert Kyncl joins to talk about his new book, "Streampunks: YouTube and the Rebels Remaking Media," and shares a bit of his perspective on why ever major tech company seems to be getting into high-end video.
30 minutes | Aug 25, 2017
A tech/media lightning round
Jackdaw Research analyst Jan Dawson sits down for a one-on-one lightning round covering all the big news in tech and media. Buckle up.
26 minutes | Aug 9, 2017
Is the future of home ownership not owning your whole home?
Eddie Lim, CEO and cofounder of Point, joins to talk about his startup, which offers people a chance to sell an equity stake in their homes.
26 minutes | Aug 2, 2017
Eating the internet
Tastemade CEO Larry Fitzgibbon joins to talk about how his company has built a massive online audience through major platforms such as Facebook and Snapchat, and the economics of this new market are playing out.
30 minutes | Jul 24, 2017
Digital money talks
Transferwise CEO Kristo Käärmann joins to discuss the future of money in the digital age. The internet has given rise to some big companies that have seriously disrupted major industries—but big banks remain dominant. Can they keep up with innovation, or is a raft of growing finance-focused startups ready to take them apart?
34 minutes | Jul 18, 2017
Fighting the darkest parts of the internet
The internet is pretty great, but there's also some dark parts of it. Yasmin Green, head of research and development at Google's Jigsaw, joins to talk about her experiences countering ISIS propaganda, using artificial intelligence to improve internet comments, and why things will get better.
23 minutes | Jun 21, 2017
The media is under attack
Director Brian Knappenberger joins to discuss his new documentary "Nobody Speak," which debuts on Netflix June 23. He looks at the Gawker v. Hogan trial and other examples of rich individuals who have been able to silence the media—and why it looks like things are going to get worse before they get better.
28 minutes | Jun 16, 2017
Hey Siri, let's talk about voice technology
Suddenly, every tech company wants you to talk to their machines. Mashable tech intern Freia Lobo joins to talk with Ian Hodson, distinguished architect at Voysis and a veteran of voice-based technology.
44 minutes | May 25, 2017
Benjamin Wittes of Lawfare
Benjamin Wittes is editor of Lawfare blog and senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution. He's also the man of the moment. Wittes and Lawfare have gone from relatiavely obscure policy wonks to the center of the modern media world thanks to expertise in the legal side of national security and deep connections within Washington D.C. Mashable's senior editor for science and special projects Andrew Freedman joins to talk with Wittes about what that's been like — and why he hopes his moment in the sun will eventually come to an end.
22 minutes | May 12, 2017
What the heck is a blockhain
We've all head of Bitcoin, and maybe even Blockchain. But what are they — and why do some people think they're the future of everything? Tiana Laurence, cofounder of Factom and author of "Blockhain for Dummies" joins to give us a crash course.
31 minutes | May 2, 2017
The third industrial revolution
Plenty of people have a vision of the future. Few have a vision that is spurring action in the European Union and China. Jeremy Rifkin joins to talk about a new documentary from Vice Impact that lays out the challenges we're facing in terms of stagnant growth and accelerating climate change, but also why there's reasons for optimism — what he sees as the upcomign third industrial revolution.
30 minutes | Apr 27, 2017
Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales on his news venture
Jimmy Wales wants you to help fix the news. He's launching Wikitribune, a news venture that will look to combine professional journalism with the power of crowdsourced information. He joins Biz Please to chat about what it is, where it's headed, and how you can help.
27 minutes | Apr 20, 2017
LOL and how the internet is changing language
Ben Zimmer, language columnist for the Wall Street Journal, and Mashable deputy tech editor Louise Matsakis are here this week to talk about how the internet is changing the way we communicate. ROFLMAO, yall.
31 minutes | Apr 13, 2017
JD Vance and Steve Case
When you think of the tech industry cities like San Francisco, New York, and Seattle come to mind — and they should. But what about the rest of the country? JD Vance, author of "Hillbily Elegy," joins to talk about why he's getting into the world of venture capital. Then, Steve Case, CEO of VC firm Revolution and the cofounder of AOL, joins to talk about the next wave of entrepreneurship.
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