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Episode #451: Why the calendar is the next mobile operating system – with Tempo founder Raj Singh

Raj Singh started Tempo.ai out of SRI (incubators of SIRI, Summly and Tempo) with absolute intent - they didn't begin at the calendar, they ended up there based on what they wanted to achieve. Raj takes us through this journey of identifying the market opportunity, the covert beta test (in Canada - under a different name), the launch, the outcome, the things he'd have done differently and where he sees the calendar as the platform concept going in the near future.
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Episode #450: How NARR8 is rethinking the publishing industry and keeping everything free – with Darya Trushkina

This is the story of the success Game Insight has had and how Darya and her team plan on duplicating that success with NARR8. There is a heft here - a confidence reserved for only those that have hit on something or see something that others don't and I like it. They have audacious goals of world domination, of building incredible product every single time and of disrupting a staid and insular industry in serious peril and need of new thinking. After listening to this episode you get the sense that they are just starting to hit their stride.
david lieb Bump

Episode #441: Cognitive overhead, the age of inference and a photo app named Flock – with Bump co-founder David Lieb

In this episode with Bump co-founder Dave Lieb, we dive into the last two years of Bump and the lessons he's learned from them: The "feature temptation", the fallout from the refocus, the development of Flock, the focus on cognitive overhead, the inference age, and where Dave sees it all going in the near future. This is a smart episode - full of Star Trek references and market insights from one of the most popular and well-used apps in the market.
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How mobile is changing the healthcare industry – with PerfectServe CEO Terry Edwards

In this full episode we hear history of Perfectserve and the process by which they've brought mobile enablement into the hospitals they are working with and the impact (staggering!) it is having on this very important communications stream. We also go a little beyond today's challenges and look at a future where mobile enables better health diagnosis at the home, enables preventative medical intervention and what it will take to get there.
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How Banjo cures disappointment – with CEO Damien Patton

Damien Patton, CEO of Banjo, was a keynote speaker at the recent UNTETHER.talks summit held in Toronto at the end of June and we sat down to discuss a few prescient things that Banjo helps to evolve. First up was the way that Banjo enables proximity-based relationships and why it is important to building and fostering connection. Next it was what the long term implication of this type of enabling software is on forming, maintaining and broadening relationships.