Are software patents on balance a good or a bad thing? Are cellphones this generation’s cigerette? And would you give a pile of money to a teenager to start businesses in lieu of going to college? Scott andAnders talk about these things and “Dumb and Dumber” in this week’s episode.
Scott and Anders talk Google Wallet, Near Field Communication, GetAround.com and the Mac Defender “virus” in this week’s rewind. Android marketshare seems to have leveled off according to a recent Nielsen blog post and the world of drones show unbelievable commercial promise. And on amnesia lane, Scott and Anders take on the 1990 movie “The Hunt for Red October”.
What if your car told you everything? In this episode, Anders and Scott talk about what the ideal car operating system might have. From the news, they discuss Bitcoin and Linked In, and in this week’s trip down Amnesia Lane they discuss the music of U2.
What is TV now-a-days? What is it’s future? Scott and Anders talk displays, iPads, TiVo, Comcast, GoogleTV, AppleTV, NetFlix and of course Indiana Jones. Can’t wait for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn!
Links for the episode:
- Dear Sophie (YouTube Video)
In this episode, Anders and Scott talk about location privacy, the Microsoft Store, food companies in the United States and of course Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Links for the Episode:
- The Microsoft Store video on YouTube
In our inaugural episode, Scott Barstow, CEO of RocketHangar and Anders Brownworth, VP of Research and Development at Bandwidth.com talk location, business books and entrepreneurialism. Catch Scott on the web at http://ScottBarstow.com/ and @scottbarstow on Twitter. Anders is at http://AndersBrownworth.com/ and @anders94 on Twitter.