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We're off this week as we transition to our new hosting platform... SoundCloud! So sit back, listen to one of the past episodes below, and prepare yourself for our next edition of the COIL, Monday, November 18th with Dr. Jeremy Pitt: Trust as the lynchpin of Social Capital. UPCOMING AIR DATE: NOVEMBER 18, 2013 GUEST: Dr. Jeremy Pitt Trust is an essential component of Social Capital. In Part II of our discussion with Dr. Jeremy Pitt, Deputy Head of the Intelligent Systems & Networks Group at Imperial College London, we build on prior discussion about converting Social Capital into Social Currency and look at trust in the digital age - how we define it and the role it plays in shaping and valuing Social Capital. The COIL is a weekly radio show/podcast exploring the nexus of technology and culture. 1 guest + 2 analysts = 30 minutes of concentrated, actionable goodness hosted by Howard Hecht and Fred McClimans.
||CleanCapitalizing on Social Capital||The capital raised and traded on social networks (both online and offline) needn’t be solely about advertising. We explore how our individual actions can pote||11/4/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDecisions, Decisions||This episode of the show is dedicated to the latest research in structure and agency and the systems that increasingly support almost every decision we make. N||10/28/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Inner COIL||An inside look at the workings of The COIL and how the ramblings of one musician and activist created one of the most interesting, and unexpected, sessions. Pl||10/21/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDoes Technology Challenge Us As Spiritual Beings?||That’s the big question and it was asked by one of our favorite and most popular guests on The COIL, Dr. Katina Michael, Associate Dean of International, Unive||10/14/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDoes Social Really Matter to Business?||While the importance of social media in branding and marketing is unquestionable, plenty of questions remain as to the effect of social on the more mundane asp||10/8/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanIs Corporate Social Responsibility actually Responsible?||Is Corporate Social Responsibility actually Responsible? There is increasing trend towards corporations adopting missions for good in order to bolster their ex||9/30/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCrowdfunding: What’s really in it for me?||On this edition of the COIL, our guest is once again the talented Andrea Seabrook, the driving force behind the syndicated show DecodeDC and former Congression||9/23/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Emperor has no Privacy||Mobile devices and wearable technology are redefining the phrase "personal computer" - no longer conjuring up thoughts of deskop or even laptop devices, but ra||9/16/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanOf Music, Men and Content||Was it money or music that made the world go around? In today's edition of the COIL we're taking an inside look at the world of music, discussing how it's evol||9/9/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanExploding the Myth of Data Privacy||How much is your privacy worth? Data privacy is an issue that only comes into focus in the collective consciousness when shoved into view by a substantive brea||9/2/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEngineering The Collaborative Human||The move towards collaboration and collaborative economic models is becoming more economic necessity than noble aspiration. In the context of the collaborative||8/28/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDoes Technology Help or Hurt Collaboration?||EXTENDED CONTENT FROM THE EPISODE: Engineering The Collaborative Human This exchange between guest Sally Applin and Host Fred McClimans is being offered as add||8/28/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDecoding Andrea: Andrea Seabrook on the 1st year of DecodeDC||Just over one year ago, Andrea Seabrook left a brilliant career as a Congressional correspondent for NPR and host of the weekend edition of All Things Considere||8/27/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanContent Creation: The brand of “one”?||Just over one year ago, Andrea Seabrook left a brilliant career as a Congressional correspondent for NPR and host of the weekend edition of All Things Consider||8/26/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanMedia Deathmatch: Style v. Substance||If indeed content is King, why the increased emphasis on curating, commenting and repurposing content from others? It’s called “mined” content and it’s big mon||8/19/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEngineering The Collaborative Human||GUEST: Sally Applin, a founding member of the AnthroPunk movement and member of the IoT Council, a think tank for the Internet of Things. THE COIL The move tow||8/12/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Collaborative Economy: Social Fad or Economic Engine?||The Collaborative Economy - is it an economic engine or a reaction to economic decline? What are the realities and opportunities that we face? In addition to t||8/5/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCan wearable tech really makes us better humans?||Our guest for this episode is Kevin Rankin, CEO of eSight Corp, an Ottawa, Canada-based technology company that develops intelligent electronic eyewear for peop||7/29/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDoes advertising actually have a future?||Our guest for this episode is Jeff Koyen, CEO and founder of Assignmint, the premier online exchange for editors and freelance journalists. Jeff was the forme||7/22/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanHow do we fix the lack of women in startups?||Our guest for this episode is Sheryl R. Schultz, Managing Director Golden Seeds. Golden Seeds is an investment firm dedicated to delivering above market retur||7/15/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
So, BTR actually does have good stuff, too?
Not saying the BTR tag on a podcast is the kiss of death - but it certainly doesn't typically add creed in my book. This one is actually really good! 2 ex-Analysts talk to a pretty cool Boston based Women's startup expert and they all have something to say and it's all worth listening to! This is their 1st episode; they certainly earned a listen for the 2nd.
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Great podcast, informative and engaging even to the laymen….ready for more COIL!