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The Tech Intern Show
6 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
I Wrote a Book - Shipping your Work
This November I challenged myself with shipping one of my creative projects. That project is the UI Booklet, a dozen pages full of guidelines and standards for UI design. The booklet is unique, and comes as a work in progress to be finished by you. If you'd like a copy send me a message on @cornersofshapes on Twitter. I'd be happy to send you a copy. Thanks for listening, Ben
9 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
Feeling Fulfilled at School
I've been thinking more about getting back into podcasting lately, so I thought this would be a nice start. A couple weeks ago I listened to the Design Better Podcast featuring Seth Godin. The episode was incredible. One thing Seth said stood out to me. Paraphrasing, he says that "everyone should have a blog and write everyday". Being someone who likes to write, I thought this would be an interesting experiment. I'm about two weeks into writing everyday, have written three times, and thought I would share one of my entries and expand on it here. Continue to see new things, Ben
21 minutes | May 21, 2019
EP. 8 of #TheTechInternShow with Watson Snyder
After meeting in the front row of a public speaking lecture last semester at Montana State, Watson and I became great friends. There is something special when you find similar people at such a large university. Watson is one of the harder working individuals I have ever met, and I am excited to share this episode with you. Throughout this epsiode, Watson touches on his studies at Montana State University, his families’ outfitting business that has been operational for generations, how public lands are changing in the United States, and why he thinks he could live in Honduras. I am very excited to share this episode with all of you. I am back in Des Moines this summer and will be connecting with all of my DSM connections for future episodes! Check out the YouTube version of the episode below: https://youtu.be/EwxnYvUcAVg
24 minutes | May 3, 2019
EP. 5 of #TheTechInternShow with Tim L.
Tim Lockie took a couple of minutes out of his busy traveling schedule to sit down and talk everything Salesforce, his non-profit work with Now IT Matters, why he is most productive on airplanes, and how he builds his world class team. EP. 5 is full of humor and insight. Tim's humor and hardworking nature are contagious, and had me laughing the entire interview. His passion for Salesforce and impacting the world through Now IT Matters shows, and I am excited to continue to learn about the possibilities with Salesforce and non-profits. It is fun for me to have different guests and hear these different stories. There is something about authentic, unscripted story telling that resonates with me, and I am excited to continue to bring new episodes to life.
29 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
EP. 4 of #TheTechInternShow with Hannah B. of Multiplier Consulting Group
For EP. 4 of #TheTechInternShow I brought on one of my more valuable connections; Hannah Bratterud. Hannah was excited to come onto the show and share her background in sales and networking, discuss ways in which you can build your network, and give you tactics to use in order to take your career to the next level. Hannah brings some incredible ideas and tactics to the table in this episode, and I am excited to hear your thoughts. I have already began using some of Hannah's tactics since we filmed, and they have been producing unprecedented results to my network! #TheTechInternShow #interview #networking
24 minutes | Apr 23, 2019
#TheTechInternShow EP. 3: Connor Harbison of Windsr.com
In EP. 3, Connor Harbison from the Blackstone LaunchPad of Montana State University and his startup Windsr.com, comes onto the show to talk entrepreneurship, networking, mentorship, and the value in having a growth mindset. Highlights from EP. 3: - the entrepreneurial community - value in a quality network - being coachable vs. intelligent - why you should seek out mentorship and feedback Connor is a seasoned entrepreneur, and throughout the episode explains why he reaches out to his mentors for feedback, and embraces the revision process. He finds great value in being open-minded to different processes and tactics, and believes that being coachable is the quickest way to accelerate your learning. If you or someone you know feels like they would be a unique add to The Tech Intern Show, please reach out! I am always looking for unique individuals to come and and tell their story.
22 minutes | Apr 16, 2019
#TheTechInternShow EP. 2: Jack of Montana State University
Jack is a freshman at Montana State University like myself, and in the second episode of The Tech Intern Show we dive into some higher level topics. In this episode, Jack and I have a conversation about land resource management, the university system and how it sets students up for post-college life, investing in tangibles like art and real estate, and how playing the long game is a mindset that everyone should adopt. Tune in on Friday for Episode 3 featuring Connor Harbison.
17 minutes | Apr 11, 2019
#TheTechInternShow EP. 1: Aaste of My Shipping Post
On the first episode of the Tech Intern Show, Aaste Palczewski and I discuss modern day entrepreneurship, her innovative shipping software called My Shipping Post that is flipping the industry upside down, and moving to other cities for a change in pace. If you have any recommendations, or would like to come on the show yourself, please reach out! Drop a comment or shoot me an email. I am always looking to broaden this brand and showcase people who do great work. #entrepreneurship #interview #thetechinternshow #bozemanbusiness
25 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
Ep. 3: What is AI?
In their third episode, Noah and Ben define Artificial Intelligence, present a few examples of where we see AI today, and discuss the possibilities of machine learning and its impact on society.
27 minutes | Feb 12, 2019
Ep. 2: The 4th Industrial Revolution
In their second episode, Noah and Ben sit down to define the 4th Industrial Revolution, discuss the prospective change we will see in society, and ask a few questions about the future of tech. Questions and Links: 1. (Modern Indentured Servant) https://qz.com/india/1377844/h-1b-visa-fraud-indian-ceo-accused-of-duping-us-immigration/ 2. (Amazon's Announcement on Healthcare) https://qz.com/1192731/amazons-push-into-healthcare-just-cost-the-industry-30-billion-in-market-cap/ 3. (The Masdar City) https://www.inverse.com/article/23321-masdar-city-abu-dhabi-future-cities-sustainable-architecture-urban-middle-east Our Questions to You: 1. Tech and the Church. What does the future look like for them in terms of adaptation or unaware infiltration 2. What will happen WHEN we don't have to leave our homes 3. What will happen to members of dying industries like journalism/mining conform to this new society? 4. What will happen when we don't get sick anymore? 5. If all knowledge is free to us now, why is there still inequality? 6. What's the next major industry that will die just like the pony express? 7. What will our work transform into. Whether it be construction, textile development, or tech? Comment your thoughts below, we want you to be a part of this conversation!
26 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
Ep. I: What is Salesforce, and how can it make me rich?
In their first episode, Noah and Ben begin the conversation on Salesforce, automated business processes, the impacts of tech on society, and gongs.
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