In this episode of Stuck@Om, I chat with one of the great human beings on the planet — Nicholas Thompson. He’s the Editor in Chief at WIRED Magazine, an avid marathoner, and has penned one of the best essays I’ve read in recent times. In this conversation, Nick and I talk about how media outlets … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck@Om w/Wired Editor Nick Thompson on the pandemic, its impact on technology and change + why we mistrust media
In this episode of Stuck@Om, Herman Narula joins me in a conversation about our future. Herman is the CEO of Improbable, a company that is obsessed with multiplayer games and builds the underlying technology to support new gaming experiences. He strives to create a “virtual environment that is as representative and complex as the real … Continue reading Stuck@Om with Herman Narula
In this episode of Stuck@Om, my friend Scott Belsky — CPO of Adobe and founder of Behance — joins me to have a conversation about the state of our world. He shares how his family is keeping safe and what they’re doing to keep their children occupied. We chat about our love/hate relationship with Twitter … Continue reading Stuck@Om with Scott Belsky
In this episode of Stuck@Om, I chat with John Markoff, a renowned technology reporter for The New York Times. John currently devotes his time to writing a biography of Stewart Brand, a writer, editor, and entrepreneur who is famous for saying, “We are as gods and we might as well get good at it.” John … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck @Om with New York Times’ John Markoff
This episode was recorded in early February 2020 just before the pandemic engulfed the world. We ended up talking about the lack of resilience in society. In this episode of Stuck@Om, I chat with Toby Ord, author and Senior Research Fellow of Philosophy at Oxford University. Our conversation revolves around topics found in his new … Continue reading [Podcast] Stuck@Om with Toby Ord, author of The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity.