Steve Jobs 公開
[search 0]
もっと

Download the App!

show episodes
 
There's lots of media of the late Steve Jobs, primarily from his famous introductions of Apple products over the years, and his oft-quoted Stanford commencement address. But, by far, the largest trove of interviews of the legendary innovator candidly answering unrehearsed questions and explaining his views on technology and business comes from his six lengthy appearances at our D: All Things Digital Conference, from 2003 to 2010. As a memorial to a great man, and, in the spirit of sharing a ...
 
There's lots of video of the late Steve Jobs, primarily from his famous introductions of Apple products over the years, and his oft-quoted Stanford commencement address. But, by far, the largest trove of video of the legendary innovator candidly answering unrehearsed questions and explaining his views on technology and business comes from his six lengthy appearances at our D: All Things Digital Conference, from 2003 to 2010. As a memorial to a great man, and, in the spirit of sharing a price ...
 
Building a business requires more than just ambition — you need a dedicated support team along the way. The Vermeer Podcast provides listeners from all industries with support on a variety of business-related topics. Listen for communication tips, retention and recruitment practices, leadership skills, crisis management strategies and much more.
 
Seeking the philosophies and practices that help us stay connected to one another and feel deeply grounded in a world where relationships, norms, expectations, jobs, housing, and even facts are constantly in flux. How do we live well, and connect fully during our short lives on this fragile planet? How can we use practical wisdom across all the relationships of our lives? How can we reimagine our thoughts, relationships and values at a time when society itself is being reimagined every day? ...
 
Numbers Geek is the podcast where we use numbers and data to make sense of the world. We take on issues from education to politics to basketball and beyond — with leaders in business, tech and entertainment. Our resident Numbers Geek is Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO and current owner of the L.A. Clippers. Numbers Geek is a GeekWire podcast, produced in partnership with USAFacts, the nonprofit data initiative founded by Ballmer.
 
In 2004 my wife and I began seriously studying Internet marketing. We built a small website selling nutritional products -- CactusCanyon.com. We had great success with Cactus Canyon and began developing other online businesses as well. Within a few years we were both able to quit our full-time jobs in education and now work from home! Kay was a special education teacher at the same school I worked at. Although we both enjoyed our jobs, we wanted more control and freedom over our day to day a ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Adrian Belew played with Zappa, Bowie, Talking Heads, King Crimson et al. I had the pleasure of working with Adrian when Talking Heads expanded from the original four-piece to the big band. He told me to let him soar over the crowd. I obliged. Tune in for our fabulous chat. It's a cracking episode with stories from Adrian's life and his time with B…
 
Andrew Fearn is one half of Sleaford Mods (with Jason Williamson), and the man behind the band's beats and compositions. No other band in recent years have stirred such intensity as Sleaford Mods. When I hear them, I'm taken back to the time when punk exploded in the seventies. The DIY vibe and their energy amazes. Check them out. And listen to And…
 
Guitarist and vocalist, Davey Johnstone, is best known for playing and touring with Elton John since the early 1970's. Plug in for my wide ranging chat with Davey, covering his life in music, and the challenges those of us in the touring business face after spending years on the road. I rely on your support to keep the show going. It has been an am…
 
Steve Lillywhite is a legendary record producer. He has worked with U2, The Rolling Stones, The Pogues, Peter Gabriel, Siouxsie and the Banshees, XTC, Psychedelic Furs, Joan Armatrading, The Killers, Morrissey, Dave Matthews Band...the list goes on. Plug in!Frank X. Gallagher による
 
Billy Sloan has been at the center of Scottish music journalism and broadcasting for four decades. Tune in for an amazing show with Billy recounting stories of his years covering music. You can catch Billy's radio show on BBC Radio Scotland. Tune in.Frank X. Gallagher による
 
In the 1980's, OMD drove their electronica sound straight into the charts and the clubs. Classics like Electricity and Enola Gay remain on the goto playlists for legions of fans. The band was founded by Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys in Liverpool, England, in 1978. I had the pleasure of touring with OMD in 2019, on my last tour mixing The B-52's…
 
Listen to The Psychedelic Furs and you'll be hooked. The band is fronted by the voice of Richard Butler, one of a kind. Tracks like Pretty in Pink, Sister Europe and Love My Way were at the heart of the post-punk/New Wave sound. Check out their latest album, Made of Rain, released last year. I first met the band when they opened for Talking Heads. …
 
Richard Jobson was a teenager when he fronted The Skids, one of the most influential punk bands to come out of the UK scene in the 1970's. With Stuart Adamson on guitar, (later of Big Country fame), The Skids produced memorable punk anthems like Into the Valley, The Saints Are Coming, and Working For The Yankee Dollar. The Skids albums Scared to Da…
 
Luke "Skyscraper" James fronted the band, Fashion, in the post-punk, late-seventies. Tune them as a hybrid of punk/primal-techno/and reggae sounds, often in the same track. Coming out of the Birmingham scene that produced bands like Duran Duran and a bunch of others, Fashion were signed to open for The Police on US and UK tours, playing with a host…
 
The Clockworks' James McGregor sent Creation 23 Label Head, Alan McGee, a message on Instagram, 'Come and check out my band playing live.' McGee went. McGee watched. McGee signed them. The energy in The Clockworks sound buzzes straight at you. You want to jump and dance around. And the lyrics hit the mark, bang on! From Galway in Ireland, and now b…
 
Alan McGee is from Glasgow. He moved to London in 1980 and got stuck in. Creation Records was born. The label produced a generation of defining acts like Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream, and Oasis, amongst a host of other great bands. Alan McGee knows a good tune when he hears it. Many of his signings came from live shows. He's still signing gr…
 
What do The Police, Talking Heads, Gang of Four, Laurie Anderson, Sting, Steve Winwood, Don Henley and Juan Gabriel have in common? They have been lucky enough to work with the amazing Dolette McDonald. I first met Dolette in my years working with Talking Heads when she was part of the band's expansion to a nine-piece. We had some amazing times tog…
 
Buddy Guy is a giant in music. His influence is massive. Born in 1936 in Louisiana, Buddy moved north to Chicago to become part of the Chicago Blues sound playing with Muddy Waters and Junior Wells. Buddy was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 and played at the White House for President Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama, in 201…
 
It's a great pleasure to have the amazing Kate Pierson as my guest on this episode. Before Covid pulled the plug on live music, I was mixing the live sound for the B-52's. I've known the band since their early days playing the Mudd Club in New York City, when they would drive from Athens, Georgia to get to the gig. The B's are a fantastic band to m…
 
Jerry Harrison completes the Talking Heads quartet on Soundman Confidential. Jerry takes us through his time playing with Modern Lovers, and on to joining Talking Heads. If Talking Heads is one of your favorite bands, you're going to love this episode, as will those listeners who know the importance of Jonathan Richman and Modern Lovers, and their …
 
Drummer, and one of the best ~ I met Chris Frantz, founding member of Talking Heads, in 1977, on the first leg of the Ramones/Talking Heads tour in Europe. He laid the foundation for the band's live sound with Tina Weymouth, his wife, on bass. He made the air move. He hit the skins hard. I had the pleasure of working with him and Tina on Tom Tom Cl…
 
I met David Byrne in 1977 on the Ramones/Talking Heads tour of Europe that kicked off in Zurich, Switzerland. I moved to NYC in 1978 to work with the band during the time they were making Fear of Music, one of my favorite albums. Brilliant record, check it! So, break out the shortbread, get yourself a cup of tea, and sit back and enjoy my conversat…
 
Listen to Frank's conversation with Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club. It's a good one. Turn your eyes to Frank's story on how he came to be the live sound engineer for Talking Heads in 1977 in Switzerland as the band kicked off a European tour with the Ramones. And you can check out the upcoming guest list at the website. Plug In!…
 
It's time for soundcheck! Frank X. Gallagher toured as the live sound engineer with Simple Minds in the early 1980's. Listen in to his conversation with the band's lead singer, Jim Kerr, in Episode One. Don't forget to check out soundmanconfidential.com to support the show, and for the amazing Guest List on Season One. Plug In!…
 
Meet legendary live sound engineer, Frank X. Gallagher, host of Soundman Confidential, introducing highlights from Season One, featuring a stellar line up of guests from the music world. Check out soundmanconfidential.com for All Access to the complete Guest List. Follow us on Instagram - soundmanconfidential. Shows drop weekly on Wednesdays. Plug …
 
Vermeer Chair of the Board Mary Andringa and continuous improvement experts Gary Coppock and Louis Norton close out The Vermeer Podcast series on continuous improvement with tips on how to start your organization’s journey. From books on lean methodology to easy projects to start on, the best way to get started on your journey is to do something to…
 
In the second episode of The Vermeer Podcast series on continuous improvement, Vermeer Chair of the Board Mary Andringa along with continuous improvement experts Gary Coppock and Louis Norton swap stories from their early days of continuous improvement. They’ll share the key learnings they took away from these early experiences. Vermeer and the Ver…
 
Vermeer is proud to be on a more than 20-year journey of continuous improvement. The Vermeer Podcast: Commit to Continuous Improvement series kicks off with Vermeer Chair of the Board Mary Andringa and Vermeer continuous improvement experts Gary Coppock and Louis Norton. In this first episode, we define continuous improvement and share how it can a…
 
Leading through a crisis starts with preparation. In this episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Vermeer Vice President and CFO Steve Van Dusseldorp shares the important relationships to build and maintain so you can financially navigate the unexpected with long-term success in mind. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Com…
 
When a crisis disrupts your organization's operations, how do you keep your business moving forward? Vermeer Vice President of Operations Bill Blackorby shares four key ideas for leaders to keep in mind. Get out your notes and tune in for this quick-hit episode on leading through a crisis. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademarks of Vermeer Manu…
 
There are two sides to every crisis – what you can do in the moment from a tactical perspective and how you can use the crisis as an opportunity to rethink your strategy. Senior Director of Strategy, Risk and Financial Planning Brianne Schulte shares her tips for both in this episode of The Vermeer Podcast. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademar…
 
The importance of setting a clear goal for your organization in a crisis became clear to Executive Vice President, Forage and Lifecycle and CMO Mark Core in the days immediately following the 2018 tornado. Listen in as he shares how it’s not only motivating to your team, but to those depending on your brand in the marketplace. Vermeer and the Verme…
 
If you’re leading your organization through a crisis, burnout can feel unavoidable. Vermeer Vice President of Human Resources Kate Guess shares her strategy for fighting burnout and leading through the long days of COVID-19 and beyond. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the U.S. and/or other countries. ©…
 
The worst thing you can do in a crisis? Stay silent. Listen in as President, Industrial Solutions Doug Hundt shares three crucial ways to keep confidence up in the marketplace while communicating and caring for your key stakeholders. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the U.S. and/or other countries. ©20…
 
Over the past 20 years, Vermeer Corporation has survived and grown through market downturns, natural disasters and now the current COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of The Vermeer Podcast, legendary news broadcaster Harry Smith chats with Vermeer President and CEO Jason Andringa and Vermeer Chair of the Board Mary Andringa about what they've learn…
 
What does the future bring? It’s the million-dollar question that is on everyone’s minds. In the fifth episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, shares his three techniques to looking ahead with a positive attitude. Copyright © 2020 The Center for Generational Kinetics, LLC, all rights reserved…
 
When business is down, it’s hard not to panic. In the fourth episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, shares five go-to strategies to jump start internal and external business engagement. Copyright © 2020 The Center for Generational Kinetics, LLC, all rights reserved. © 2020 Vermeer Corporatio…
 
Slack, Zoom, Snapchat — Gen Z (people born in 1996 to today) has a communication style that is much different than other generations. In the third episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, explains the generational context that has affected Gen Z’s communication style and how you should adapt. …
 
Gen Z, who is that? This generation currently comprises of people born in 1996 to today. While this group might sound too young to affect our business culture now, that couldn’t be further from the truth. In this second episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, takes us through the defining mom…
 
Do you think you have a firm grasp on generational differences and why they are important? In this episode of The Vermeer Podcast, Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, takes us through the basics of understanding how to define a generation and how this effects business communications. Copyright © 2020 The Center for Gene…
 
Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, partners with Vermeer to bring you a new podcast series that separates myth from truth when it comes to leading multiple generations during the time of COVID-19 and the period after. Join us for the upcoming Vermeer Podcast series: Scaling for Change Across Generations.…
 
—— About Laurie Gerber —— Laurie has been coaching individuals and groups for over 15 years. She specializes in relationship and marriage coaching and is the #1 marriage and relationship coach based in NYC. She spreads her message of empowerment through public speaking events, such as the 2019 TedX Brooklyn, live international events, one-on-one co…
 
New in 2020: Experimental events • Blog • Newsletter • Conferences • And a request for your most interesting guest suggestions! Check my personal site www.dateworking.com for the latest! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dateworking/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dateworking/support…
 
Helen Tsim is a community builder, coach, and entrepreneur who's working to empower the world with the skills, opportunities, and tribe to help people form meaningful connections with themselves, their communities, and the planet. In this episode, we talk about the foundational building blocks of human connection, how to overcome crippling social a…
 
In this episode, Tom Quisel and I discuss: How Tom got his start working at OkCupid, one of the most popular dating sites in the world The efforts Tom and the OkCupid team went through to help reduce bias in dating apps Experiments OkCupid has done to better understand just how superficial modern daters are OkCupid's discovery that we are, in fact,…
 
If GDP and the stock market don't fully capture the economic health of the U.S. and its citizens, what numbers should we be watching? What are the key performance indicators for the country, and the most important numbers for the future of the world? Those are the central questions on this final episode of Numbers Geek, the podcast that GeekWire ha…
 
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's non-partisan, not-for-profit civic data initiative, USAFacts, today is publishing its third annual report on U.S. local, state and federal government — compiling and analyzing the government's own data to update Americans on the state of the country in much the same way as a business reports to its shareholders.…
 
People from across the political spectrum use a lot of different words to answer the question of what happened to the middle class: Hollowed out, wiped out, disappearing, declining, doesn't exist anymore. But what's really happening to the middle class? What do the numbers say? We answer that question on this episode of Numbers Geek with Steve Ball…
 
With even more yelling and fist-pumping than normal, Steve Ballmer might not have seemed like an analytical guy to casual fans watching his LA Clippers come back from a 31-point deficit to defeat the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of their first-round NBA playoff matchup earlier this week. It was the biggest come-from-behind victory in NBA playoff…
 
Sure, you know how many points your favorite NBA player scored in his last game. But how do turnovers, field goal percentage and rebounds improve chances of winning? How did NBA rule changes impact average points per game this season? And how did "wins above replacement value" factor into the year's big trades? From the boardroom to the baseline, t…
 
Back in 2013, Jamie Siminoff was the founder and chief inventor of a struggling video doorbell company, pinning all the startup’s hopes on his appearance on the television show Shark Tank. He walked out empty handed, as all five sharks went out, but five years later, he sold the company, now known as Ring, to Amazon for a reported $1 billion. On th…
 
$30 million. That number will forever be associated with our guest on this week's Numbers Geek podcast, Arum Kang, co-founder and co-CEO of Coffee Meets Bagel. She turned down a $30 million acquisition offer from Mark Cuban for the online dating company that she founded with her two sisters. It was, at the time, the larger offer in the show's histo…
 
Healthcare is suddenly back on the U.S. political agenda, and it remains one of the most important and misunderstood issues in the country. On this episode of Numbers Geek, former Microsoft CEO and USAFacts founder Steve Ballmer explains the handful of key numbers he uses to understand and track the state of U.S. healthcare. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
Loading …

クイックリファレンスガイド

Google login Twitter login Classic login