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Innovation Hub looks at how to reinvent our world – from medicine to education, relationships to time management. Great thinkers and great ideas, designed to make your life better.

Customer Reviews

Informative and interesting

This show really keeps up with the times and serves up interesting stories and interviews that teach me something daily. Keep it up!

Great podcast; annoying feed

I really like the podcast. Topics are far ranging and generally fascinating. The feed, however, is beyond annoying. Every week they send out a complete version of the show with all of the constituent topics, then they send the constituent topics separately, except that there is generally at least one on the separate send that is not in the aggregated version. This means that every week you will either listen to much of it twice, or you get to play a guessing game about which to delete. That is the only reason they did not get a 5.

Kara is great!

Kara and her team manage to get some of the best guests out there, a brilliant mix of business and technology. I really look forward to hearing the show each week and hope she'll continue her in depth interviews with some of the world's visionaries.

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