Marc Goldberg of TrustMetrics Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

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Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult/Tech Podcast, I’m Lee Schneider. Cyber security is on everyone’s mind now. We have hate sites and fake sites. What we click on matters more than ever right now. Marc Goldberg, chief executive of Trust Metrics, a brand safety planning tool, is joining me today on the podcast. He will explain what the term brand safety means and we will talk about  how he is keeping an eye on the bad actors. Hey, Marc, welcome to the podcast.

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Marc Goldberg: Hey, thanks for having me, Lee.

Lee: So you’re a brand safety guy, it looks like your time has come, given the state of the online world. First of all, tell us what brand safety means.

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Marc: Brand safety is when advertisers really want to run in safe environments and make sure that their ads are seen in environments that are representative of what their brands, integrity and brand promises. What we have seen offline and online, that, you know, when advertisers are running …

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Rob Vickery Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

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Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult Tech Podcast, I’m Lee Schneider. Joining us today is Rob Vickery, co-founder of Stage Venture Partners. Stage is a seed fund based in Los Angeles that invests in software startups with creative technology. Hey, Rob, welcome to the podcast.

Rob Vickery: Hi, how are you?

Lee: I’m doing very well, excited to do this. You guys are risk takers among risk takers, you invest in new platforms. Define that a little bit [00:00:30] for me, what would you call a new platform?

Rob: Yeah, so being in the seed stage, that means we’re investing in companies that have typically got like a minimum, some sort of a minimum viable product and maybe just the very early stages of traction. Now what that typically means are that some of these companies, they fall into two buckets. The first bucket is that they might be in what we call the frontier technology space, which are things that probably will live in [00:01:00] two or three years in …

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Edtech NOW Stackup Edition Podcast Transcript

Edtech NOW Stackup Edition

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Lee Schneider: This is a special edition of “Edtech NOW,” a podcast about education technology and how it’s used in the classroom. We’ve met so many great educators over the course of the series, and now we are going to be talking about Stackup, a free Chrome extension that accurately tracks when students are reading online. I’m Lee Schneider and I’m joined by my co-host Noah Geisel, education director at Stackup. Hey, Noah.

Noah Geisel: Hey, Lee, great to be with ya.

Lee: Yes, it’s great to see you, or well, great to hear you. In a moment we’re going to be bringing in a power user, Adam Howard, into the conversation. But first, Noah, tell us how Stackup is often used by teachers.

Noah: So Stackup is a powerful free Chrome extension that can track, monitor, and report on student’s online reading. A lot of teachers are telling us that they think about it as a FitBit for student’s online reading. And so, teachers can assign and [00:01:00] monitor reading …

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Laura Lynn Klein of Organic Authority Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

Laura Lynn Klein of Organic Authority

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Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult/Tech Podcast. I’m Lee Schneider. Joining me today is Laura Lynn Klein, an environmental superstar who is co-founder of Organic Authority, a new -media company that publishes organicauthority.com and ecoSalon.com. Hey Laura, welcome to the podcast.

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Laura Lynn Klein: Hey Lee, thanks so much for having me here.

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Lee: Great. So you launched organic authority in 2006 and since it’s become a leading authority — we will use that term — a leading authority on organic life, food, and goods. There are a lot of others who have tried to succeed in that space and lots of competitors so why have you guys made it.

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Laura: Persistence. I think it just really comes down to persistence. You’re right, there have been a lot of companies that have come and gone in this space particularly over the past 10 years and the space is very different today than it was 10 years ago. And I think persistence and kind of blood, …

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Kelly Tenkely on Ed Tech NOW Podcast Transcript

Kelly Tenkely on the Ed Tech NOW Podcast  – Transcript Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/edtechnow/kelly-tenkely-on-edtech-now

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Lee Schneider: This is EdTech NOW, a ten minute podcast about education technology and how it’s used in classroom.  I’m Lee Schneider, I’m joined by my co-host Noah Geisel, education director of Stackup. Hey, Noah.

Noah Geisel:  Hey, Lee.

My guest today is Kelly Tenkely. Kelly has dedicated herself to illuminating how educators can integrate technology in their classrooms. She has also started her own school, Anastasis Academy, dedicated to shaping the development of the whole child by engaging the mind, body and spirit.

Hey Kelly, welcome to the podcast.,

Kelly Tenkely: Hi Lee, thanks for having me today.

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You’ve spent a lot of time in the classroom as a second grade teacher. Seven years as a K-through-5 tech specialist, five years as a technology integration specialist offering mentoring, training, and professional development. So you’re in a good position to see what has changed about teaching, now that tech is so involved. What does it mean now really to …

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