That’s what we do.
Because you remember stories.
And the lessons they teach.
And because they are fun
- Sahara Ale –
- Margaux Amie –
- Debbon Ayer –
- Zoe Anastassiou –
- Anastasia Deloret –
- Sarah Corbyn Woolf –
- Skippy – Himself
A pair of old friends meeting for lunch.
What is Talking and Shopping trying to do in DC? Is Big Tech vulnerable? Is there some agenda that they don’t see?
And then there is the reporter. Did I mention the reporter?
What they do see is a little meeting between congressional aides, aides sho are in love, just not with each other.
The senior leadership of the Internet firm Talking and Shopping starts to encounter the politics of Washington DC.
Seventh episode in the new series begins “What Big Tech Doesn’t Know” from the audio drama “How We Manage Stuff.”
They don’t talk.
They don’t write.
They don’t really like dealing with each other.
Yet, they need each other, need each other in a fundamental, all consuming way.
We’re talking about Tech and Government, in case there was any question.
And do you know how we know, how we know this?
Because this is one of the things we do at How We Manage Stuff. We have a small policy office on the unfashionable side of Capitol Hill that is led by Sulley, our Policy and PR Director. From this vantage, Sulley and his staff help Tech leaders understand why they need government and Washington policy-makers appreciate that tech is not quite as frightening as they thought.
So we’ve got a new client – a hapless Tech Giant called T&S – and we’re about to start a new story. It features Debbon Ayer as the CEO Abby Alton, Kit Kuksenok as the CTO genius Ed Kowalski, Margaux Amie as Senator Christine Stassen, and Geoffrey Grier as government administrator Morris Fitz.
But before we start this narrative, the head of our Washington Office, Sulley, walks down the median of Pennsylvania Avenue to explain what is about to happen.
And so the new series begins “What Big Tech Doesn’t Know” from the audio drama “How We Manage Stuff.”