We blog about podcasting. We post essays about keeping the Internet positive and include some futurist musings. Show notes for our active podcasts are also posted here.
Written by Payman Taei A business operating in the “gig economy” is, simply put, one that depends largely on a temporary, highly flexible workforce as opposed to full-time employees. Though it’s still a relatively new concept in the grand scheme of things (at least at the scale that we’re now dealing with), it’s absolutely made […]Read More
Listen to the episode at Future of Food. [00:00:03] Lee: It’s “The Future of Food.” I’m Lee Schneider. Valerie Dantoin is a farmer, educator, and environmentalist. Valerie and her husband, Rick, own and operate a 100 cow organic grazing farm that has been in the Adamski family for more than 100 years. Since 2009, she […]Read More
How to Save a Billion Dollars Recovering Food – The Future of Food Podcast Listen to the whole show at Future of Food. http://futurefood.fm [00:00:00] Lee: It’s the “Future of Food,” I’m Lee Schneider. Who would have thought that early one morning at the wholesale produce market in L.A., I would have walked right into […]Read More
Making Jackson Grow In Winter With Nona Yehia – Future of Food Podcast Listen to the show at http://futurefood.fm Lee: [00:00:04] It’s The Future of Food. I’m Lee Schneider. Nona Yehia: [00:00:06] Food and the quality of that food is an answer to so many problems. It can be an answer to some of our […]Read More
Everybody needs a social narrative. For some people, it’s their “elevator speech” – that quick verbal delivery of services that is supposed to happen between floors in an elevator. For others, their social narrative is a storyline that their business unfolds over time and over the web. Which one of those approaches will reach more […]Read More