Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Big Tech: Nothing I Can See

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Do you want to jump into the fray?

Life is good. 

There’s no reason to go help a bloated egotistical, self-destructive big-tech get out of trouble in Washington.

None at all, right?

You’re sure of that?

Introduction to the last act of the Audio Drama “What Big Tech Doesn’t Know.”  

Cast:

  • Margaux Amie – Evelyn
  • Geoffrey Grier – Vinny 
  • Skippy – Himself

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SidePocket: Breaking with the Board

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You see the need.

You found a way to get the money.

You make the move.

You’re board doesn’t like it.  

But you’re ok, right?  I mean, you did the right thing?  And your board will come along, don’t you think?  Afterall, you are innovating.  But then comes the break.

Sixth in our re-release of the AudioDrama: SidePocket

Cast:

  • Sahara Ale – Jessie
  • Zoe Anastassiou – Narrator: Maddie, the 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
  • Debbon Ayer – Karen from CalFed
  • Ron Bianchi – Thomas from IBM
  • Geoffrey Grier – Vinny 
  • Josh LaForce – Carl the VC
  • Cariad O’Brien – Molly
  • Skippy – Himself

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SidePocket: Leaving Detroit

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It’s an ordinary story. 

And perhaps a bit of a fantasy.

But perhaps our time  could benefit from an ordinary story.  

A young African-American leaves Detroit in the mid-1980s to see what he might do in Silicon Valley and in the process, learns something about investment, governance and decisions (both good and bad).  Revisiting the audio drama of Vinny and SidePocket

Cast:

  • Zoe Anastassiou – Maddie, the 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
  • Geoffrey Grier – Vinny 
  • Noah Masur – Curt
  • Sahara Ale – Jessie
  • Jake Minevich – Dennis
  • Skippy – Himself

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A Young Entrepreneur & a Mother

hwms.coverart An innocent remark and a story unravels, a story the suggests some of the challenges that women face in trying to climb into the leadership ranks of high technology. It begins with Maddie, student at the Lillian Moller Gilbreth School for Disruptive Innovation, and the CEO of a new startup called “Watcher Dogs” and ends with our business manager and cohost trying to make sense of an incident some nine years in the past. This is the world that high technology offers to women and these are the stories we tell. [17240] Cast:

Maddie-the-8-year-old-Entrepreneur: Zoe Anastassiou

Anna-the-Intern:Sarah Corbyn Woolf

Evelyn-the-business-manager:Margaux Amie

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