17 Burst results for "Happy Fun Corp"

"happy fun corp" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on The Changelog

"Just, like one of the things doesn't fit in with the others, but maybe it does you tell me. It's kind of a weird grab bag. I mean the engineering came I. Did my degree of that and then set I wanted to go dancing around the world and then decided I wanted to write. So I used to describe myself as easily board which is. Kind of fit together. There's so took five years off to be a full time novelist and then returned to the warm embrace of the tech industry. Are you staying busier? You getting bored again or are you feeling? I'm staying pretty busy. I have a couple of different things I'm working on I am actually writing a novel so. We're all staying fairly endorse these days. So it's mostly interior projects weight version no doubt. No doubt. So back to writing your also the CTO of Happy Fun Corp, which is a software development and product agency works with startups and enterprises. But most Germane to this conversation, you're the founding director of the get hub archive program, which is exactly what we're here to talk about today. I would love to hear how this program started. The way it started for me was Nat Friedman the Sea of known for some years reached out to me. Saying he was interested in archiving software particularly open source software, which is you know get hub main I don't know but made focused but certainly main interest for net in myself and he wanted to look into the possibilities for that, and so we kicked around a couple of ideas and decided. That the best dude to actually go ahead and launch a program under the auspices of of it self. So I took a sabbatical from Happy Fun Corp Hfc came on to work fulltime get up on that last year. So Nat came to you why you why? John. E You have a history of archiving things. Are you friend of his? Why did he select you for this? Stuck with explicitly. But I think the notion was that he wanted someone with enough technical depth and background understand the nitty gritty of how actually to get all the code into whatever very long term storage we were talking about. Non. Process. But also you know sense of imagination and they willingness to work outside of the usual thinking and I guess the history of writing novels buzzing around the world spoke to that to some extent. So. He took a sabbatical and you decided well, we're going to archive this under the auspices of get hub, what were the first steps or like go find the coldest place on earth or get a file format down what your first steps with restrict. We're obviously to see what other people were doing in this area, which was actually super interesting. There's a project called the memory of mankind built on in a salt mine in Austria for instance, which is. Perhaps the oldest working mine in the world has been worked since probably three or four thousand. And they are writing down data to ceramic tablets and putting it in this ancient salt mine in the Alps and then the salt slowly moving accumulates over time, and so this is going to be sealed off by this giant slow wave of salt as a time capsule for future, which is a fascinating idea didn't really fit with what we're doing as it's hard to fit terabytes of code and ceramic tablets it turns out and also stealing stealing off a time capsule with a giant wall of salt isn't the most That was interesting there there's. The Art Project which is actually dropping copies various things on the moon is the plan to just crash land various archival facilities. Drives, and so forth onto the moon again very cool idea not super useful. In case you want to access it anytime in the near future or a whole bunch of possible futures, and then we found that there is a Norwegian company called pickle Pi Q. L. Little software joke for the relatively few who get a disproportionate number this podcast. which had just recently in cooperation with the government mining company owned by the Norwegian government. A vault beneath an Arctic mountains fall barred. That was obviously of some interest. So we proceed with them and it turned out that was going to be a pretty good fit, which is good because building an entire sort of you know. Elaborate superstructure apparatus for our cable is obviously a non trivial job. So it was someone else. They don't want that work for us. So that's ultimately where you all chose small barred archipelago. Have you been there personally or was it merely a satellite images? Yeah. Yeah. We went last year although I should probably mention that that was course. That's the most charismatic charismatic mega fun part of the archives thousand year part in that press the wacky out of the box thinking but there's also sort of more day to day prosaic ongoing. Programs that were doing with the Internet archive and the Library of Alexandria hopefully. Librarians and soft. We heard your foundation and so forth, and so we wound up being a much larger thing of our cutting on week to week month to month basis, and also the very, very long term Arctic mountain under the permafrost one. Right. So let's leave the permafrost for now and let's talk about some of these warm store. So you're GonNa have this warm to cold storage strategy where you have dailies weeklies or whatever it is. You can lay it out that go to these different places. So of course, like you said, the frozen Tundra is what gets all the press right and of course, it's the coolest part about it it it's like the video is not going to be of. The. Way Back machine but back, machines involved tell us about all the things you're doing to do the warm term storage and in fairness, the machine doesn't feel cool. I don't know if you've been there but One Cup of the way back machine sits in the ARCO headquarters in San Francisco, which is a former church, and they have these walls of hard drives in the back of the former church with little lights blinking whenever somebody archives them. So there it is cool. Certain dramatic effect goes on there but there's I mean part of archival is things available the people and in particular something like that, which is like A. Tool that people use and his critical aspects that people want to be able to access it's useful to have other backups that at their and so the Internet archive is currently sucking down a bunch of hub public repositories with the intensive making them available as get reposed on the way back machine. So you can you know points, your command line, t the Internet of Your L. and pulled down you're you're not package from there. If need being the future. So those are effectively get clones that are synchronized. And a larger perspective. So we were sort of inspired by Stewart brand long. Now Foundation, you may be familiar with they're the people who think that we have this may fly ish attitude towards history which one in fact history it turns out as a very large thing when they give the year, they preface it with zero to reinforce this. So we're in the year zero, two, zero, two zero right now. Which is sort of a fun. Little I, razor that they do he shows their perspective. Yes. Yeah. Exactly and brand this piece of pace layers of how certain aspects of a society or a civilization move very quickly and other aspects move quite slowly and it makes sense to sort of look things point of view, and so we kind of adopted that into archiving pace layers we have very very slow under the ice for thousand years, but we also have the sort of more dynamic faster. Let's grab changes as they occur several times a year. which sort of maps a software to you know? Obviously.

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Will come back. It's going to take a while before if they ever returned to the level. We're at maybe less events. The we're not ever going to fully. Exit the trade, show or conference industry, and I think events like. Coined desks, consensus, or money twenty or What have you I think they'll ultimately back because they're important to the industry, and there are not just places to launch products in watch panels. There places where people actually meet each other. Face to a name or you don't see some just on zoom window so much more personally when people that way and facilitates transactions in business I think. Rod Launches though I mean apple has proven that. You don't necessarily need a huge. Event to entrepreneurship personally rolled-over conference this week. Launch a new IOS and I think maybe some of those will will going forward be virtual alternately people you know history tends to repeat itself. will go back to the way things are, and hopefully we just doing a little bit more cautious of. Now that's going to be interesting to see what that I would like to see. WHAT THE EVENTS I mean! Twenty twenty one is going to be a little strange. Twenty, twenty two, I mean human. The human animal were were forgetful race so. So I can only imagine will be. French kissing each other on at consensus, twenty, twenty, two or Perhaps that, but I won't be sharing with anyone or shaping. Thing okay governor there you go. How does? How has this? Has This experience changed your view of the future? What do you think? What do you think the future looks like now i? Mean you basically have a New York new baby You're obviously you're obviously excited about that. But what do you think? What do you think? Life is GonNa look like. As a great question, you know I think. Your past I would go to baseball games or analyst matches. NYC Yankee Stadium and you'd see parents with young children in the slings, like maybe a one year old or a two year old and I was to myself when I have a son, or if I had a son, it would be great to bring them to his first soccer mattress baseball game, and having had that experience at a young age. But I just don't think that for the foreseeable future. That's possible. It's kind of it kind of makes me a little sad because I was at baseball games at a very young age. It's one of experiences of my childhood with my father was the fact that we go to? At least a dozen baseball games almost every summer and thought of not being able to share that with my son really nuts. It's kind of sad, but I think ultimately you know we may not gather in large crowds anytime soon, but like you said you know we're forgetful. Race and we're also very social being. Ultimately things will return to the way. They were on another pandemic anytime they after the communist both around that. Do, you see any general societal changes that might happen I mean one of the one of the premises. That I feel like that we haven't been thinking about. Is that some summer? Love at Cetera came out of came technically out of pandemics also came out of a lot of societal upheavals. And whenever that happens, there's people who run off to the catskills. People who who I duNno start checking their auras with crystals, and there's also people who become deeply conservative and. And concerned about an paranoid essentially, so, what? What do you think? What do you think? This is what happens here. Rights so I think you know the migration, the migrating of people out of cluttered areas like New York out of cities. Was As. People left New York last month. I think that that's not going to reverse anytime soon. In that trend may continue well into the new year. specialist people tend to work more remotely versus in offices, but I think younger people. They tend to be a bit more. Liberal with reactions to things and not liberal in the political sense but in. Less pragmatic stance right when I was room. Through the cost of my actions as a teenager on early twenties and I think it's a little much to expect someone of that age now to really fully consider that as well because you don't have the world view in the context, so yeah I can see something like a summer of love happening or you know a mass gathering where hopefully it doesn't result in an outbreak, but I think once that occurs, it'll be like damn will open. Ankles quickly returned back to the way they were. I. It's going to take some time I. Really do believe that nothing's going to return normal anytime soon. Fascinating. What does the World Look like in twenty years? Even, even from your clients or whoever you talked to. Seen anything really, cool. In the Banking. Wow I mean. Twenty years. I mean. World engine of. Twenty Years Twenty. Years Ago I was in high school I actually graduated exactly twenty years ago today as well. And since then I mean what mobile phones thing you can do is play that game on. And they turned into massive supercomputers in our pockets, massively powerful supercomputers in our pockets, and they changed the world I. Think a lot of. Change whatever changes next I think we'll be driven by algae. more than anything else. Human attitudes don't necessarily always change in doesn't necessarily change the technology can. Obviate, certain jobs or certain social conscience or certain needs and I think that. There are things that are going to be invented the proximal. Come tomorrow that we don't even know about yet. Have on of yet. I think those will be what really drives the bulk of change you know. Five years ago, he told me that someone could send the rocket over the stays in the landed on unmanned drone ship in the ocean and Rock instead of having a NASA shuttle. I would have laughed in your face, but here we are doing that out people so I really just I I wouldn't even be able to begin to event efficient type of change for the next four years. Working People People's Check out what you're working on sheriff, so you can find me on twitter. At Gorham, O. X., Giorno. Let's Joe are asks. Fail. You are now. and. Wine at Warman Strategies Dot Com. Wonderful thanks for joining US run. This has been technophobia I'm John. Biggs we will see you next week extra. TECHNIC dopey as brought to you. By happy, Fun Corp Happy. Fun Corp is a design driven technology company in Brooklyn New, York, that specializes building, mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies. Whether? It's a new mobile web application that will help people experience the Internet in a fun new way for software that will interface with a new piece of top secret hardware. Happy Fund for is always up to the challenge. Bigger small, happy love, building software, and loves working with great people. Come build with them. Happy Fun for DOT. com..

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"That everything's GonNa be like that so I. Think also I think embedded technology is going to be. Don't shoot the Messenger but. People are putting chips in their fingers ready to get into doors, which is so nice I mean I. It was keep it was so happy I always lost my key. Now it's going to be like a little chip like in in years and years. That series Her phone is in her hand, and she's twenty thirty. Yeah, take a look at that you know she. It's embedded uploaded consciousness. I think that we're going to have taken. It's not going to go back to sweet nineteen fifties. In the the the little town you're talking about is gonNA. Be Like Disney tried to do this and they fail right. Yes, it was actually brilliant, but it couldn't pull it off. There's going to be little celebrations like like you can go to this town. All how cute! How cute, but everything's going to be so ticked up. Yes, driverless cars, of course anybody that says they won't be driverless cars, just smoking, dope or living in Detroit or whatever? But no, it's just going to be a technological future. No screens a communication and that's I. Think that's what Yulon. Musk is doing in annual communication with rain. Just every no screens like everything on the walls. Maybe small spaces that can change you know pods that can change everything that seems like cartoons you know is going to be here and that's a decade for hours at a little bit longer. It's not too long too long. How? A lot of it's happening, just not noticing. Evolution happens like little drops of you know. We are evolving into machines. This is our. Times evolution. In how evolution you know was! This is our time so and maybe machines that can survive the decimation of the planet. 'cause the decimation of the planet is happening I have to report in. And it's while somebody the Times. Did this wonderful magazines at horrible? Wonderful Saint Nineteen. Seventy eight was last time it could be turned around. Help that's not true. I think it might be true. So we're going to have to survive, pollution is in a colder darker may be place. People are buying bunkers. Really in the you know that rich people. And, I think they'll be food Like you know big spaces where you know, they'll be accompanied that stores food, right and like you pay a monthly. Membership! And if anything hits your, you have access to what no more looking around for toilet paper. It's going to be. Delivered to you. Yes, little. God signing shoulders. You know we did. If anybody tries to attack, you know. Little things. Yup. I'm sorry. No, it's all right. It's all right. It's not a it's not. It's not awful, sounds A. IT sounds just about right I guess I mean we're not going to. Go to war with technological wars. It's so barbaric that people going in fight when you can have computers going in fight. Technology is the is the only differentiator between you and the enemy, which is kinda scary because everybody makes the same stuff at this point. Somebody's going to you know somebody's going to Excel I. Think and then you know one of the things you know how. We have all these ethical and big quotes. You know where we can build a human. Let's say you know. But don't you know? Aren't you sure I would bet my farm on it? I. Don't have a form. That somebody's building a human of course. We're going to be able to build an program humans. You know just definitely. Already like the understanding Geno. So, but then they're going to be replanted on body parts. I think Eli. Musk is working on that, too. You know you go in for spine. Spine replacement. So you're you're you're on the? That's almost a cyberpunk attitude where. Are the entire world is we have replacement parts for everything, computers, computers, cell phones, and our on our spleens I guess yeah, but we won't have to make any phone calls. It was going to be great because fixes. This you ever try to get a tech guy on the. We'll get some mental butts. Popcorn this has been. This has been amazing. We went a little bit over time, but it was definitely worth it. My pleasure was so much fun to me. You I heard. Everybody likes you a now I. See why oh wonderful! That's got a lovely lovely. So I hope someday. I get to help you in person. The Hudson. One thing all over good. This has been technophobia. I'm John Biggs thanks for listening. We'll see you next week. Dopey has brought to you by happy. Fun Corp Happy Funk design. Driven Technology Company in. Brooklyn New York that specializes building, mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies. Whether. It's a new mobile web application that will help people experience the Internet in a fun new way or software that will interface with a new piece of top secret hardware happy. Corp is always up to the challenge. Bigger small, happy fight for love, building software and loves working with great people. Come build with them. Happy Fun for Dot Com..

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Not graddick. Not You know Any any of the Labor Organization. Stuff that we're seeing out of Amazon. Not Warsaw not carnegie-mellon knows exactly what it is. We need to do to to to sort of shift this corruption to steer this ship in a in a way that benefits kind of the collective good on. But I'll tell you I'm I personally am seeing a lot of really interesting conversations about redistribution of geography being a key part of that. And you know I hate to try out the same argument that we've been having for God twenty years at this point but you take all the people and you put them in Silicon Valley. They're only going to think about what people in Silicon Valley right like. That's just physically Right that's how it works and and all of a sudden you know high rents in big cities obviously New York and San Francisco very expensive places to live. I kind of being the stress on the Campbell's back cove in nineteen potentially being the straw that breaks the camel's back and all a sudden we're redistributing across the country and potentially across the world and you know I'm conversations from friends of mine that are saying like I'm going to move to Atlanta. I'm going to move to Salt Lake City. I'm going to move you know. Plenty of people obviously moving to Austin because that's the place but you know even even more so like people relocating to Paris. People relocating to Warsaw. And and I think that that geographic redistribution is. If it happens you know jury still out. I know twitter. Just said we're GONNA let everybody work remote but nobody else seems to have pulled that trigger yet. I think that if it happens that's going to be a big thing to watch. Because that means that everyone who has been previously doing these tech jobs that serve these very insular tech interests they're going to be redistributed into different people and different ways of being in different communities and those communities are going to have different problems that are more fundamentally attached to on abroad reality and once those skills kind of hit the that that that that reality are they gonna want to deploy themselves in different ways. They're going to be different new ideas that are happening. They're going to be people like my friend from Pitt who think Oh. Wow you know foods really. Fresh food is really hard to get in this particular city that moved to. How do I figure out how to get farming to be a thing that we can do in a warehouse near this near this area? And how real problems sort of hit those those real people in a in a in a more substantial way. So that's what I'm going to be thinking about anyways as we as we see whether or not that redistribution is going to be happening Worker people find out about what you're working on. How can they get in touch with you? Yeah absolutely So I am incredibly to online at Pc Parini on twitter and then for everything else by website is dot com. Shoutout to notion who's making basically the only piece of software that I enjoy using these days which I myself on notion so it's updating pretty much all the time things changed so that's You can find me very cool. This has been a Tokyo. I'm John Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week. Dopey has brought to you by happy. Happy Fund Corpus a design driven technology company in Brooklyn New York that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune. Five hundred companies. Whether it's a new mobile web application that will help people experience the Internet in a fun new way for software that will interface with a new piece of top secret hardware. Happy Fun Corp is always up to the challenge. Bigger Small Happy Fun Corp Loves Building Software and LOVES WORKING WITH GREAT PEOPLE. Come build with them. Happy Fun Corp Dot Com..

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Okay I WANNA do I WANNA do another one? I wanted to follow up with you. Talk about talk about the concept religion in the future As a as a techno utopian assed an atheist it's hard to see the value but you definitely do see the value and I. I love that about you as well. I appreciate that. So it's it's an inch. I've I've a very interesting perspective on village. That'd be honest with you so my dad's a rabbi is rabbi but not a rabbi that you would expect the rabbi look very liberal by all standards very open minded rabbi but Unorthodox one meeting as open minded to a certain limit and I up in a house of educators both my parents are educators and in a deeply religious and observant home Sabbath and Kosher and everything But you know. I'm sure you've seen this. I very much try to take a global perspective angle on my religion so what I do for example is I. I learned with my kids Usually once a week the Torah portion and I take that lesson that I taught them and I apply it to business and I usually shared on facebook and I share with with people that are deeply secular deeply etcetera. And I've had people you know hundreds if not more of people reach out to me and say you know you're you're religious lessons of inspired me and I sit and you don't even believe in God they're like it doesn't even matter. It's such a global lesson that you learned and so you know religion. The Faith and belief in God is one thing but wisdom in religion specifically Judaism in the wisdom in the Torah and the morality in the Torah is in my opinion just objective thing and. I think that anyone can gain from it if they're not afraid to embrace it Once you oh I'm going to learn the Torah than most people assume that means that I need to keep Sabbath while okay you can just learn the Torres mental exercise. I'm not saying you have to be an observant Jew tomorrow but usually most people kind of associate those things to me Religion and specifically Judaism is the most beautiful thing in the world. I think there's just so many unbelievable commandments and intricacies and nuances to the religion That I think can be learned globally no matter what you're kind of belief or lack thereof. He'll I love it. This is a this is A. I wish this longer and we had a little more time. But I think we can bring you back on and we can Can keep going after all. This pandemic stuff's over. I gotTa Tell You I'm like superfly when you ask me. I don't need to tell you this but I thought you anyway. I've been a big fan of your work for a very long time. So it was really is an honor to come on here. Thanks buddy this has been ticket TOPI. I'm John Biggs. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week. Technophobe is brought to you by Happy Fund. Happy Fun. Visit Designed Ribbon Technology Company in Brooklyn New York that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune. Five hundred companies. Whether it's a new mobile web application that will help people experience the Internet in a fun new way for software that will interface with a new piece of top secret hardware. Happy Fun Corp is always up to the challenge. Bigger Small Happy Fun Corp Loves Building Software and LOVES WORKING WITH GREAT PEOPLE. Come build with them. Happy Fun Corp. Dot Com.

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Do you think that a Do you think that a place like Ukraine can? How does well? Let's say let's go back. How does how does a place like Ukraine compete in the global marketplace of ideas In the global talent marketplace. What's the best way to do it? Well Ukraine what houses kind of remnants of the rigorous Soviet educational system. It's not in the same quality honestly these days but still you have have to college graduates coming out with our sciences degrees and that's something very unique And the population is either the or one of the most educated in the world is a percentage of college college graduates to the whole population. So there's that that that's where it all comes from. It's not a magic manav from from the skies Let's easy to explain but What Ukraine has low cost of living a relatively good lifestyle great culture cultures so that keeps people interested? That's kind of a personal lifestyle choice. A lot of people but if they want to make it rich in the tech world there's not enough investment certainly All those things still need work. So that's that's what I would say is Is the trouble there and the way to do it the way we're trying to fight? It is create mechanisms of financing and letting those companies stay there longer so they don't have to get on a plane as soon as they need to get any real investment so let's let's extrapolate that out to the. Us How do we? How do we turn a return? Like a place like I don't know the rust belt. some a Mega Flint Michigan or a Morgan Town West Virginia. How do we turn that into a the intellectual powerhouse? Really the only way is education if you look at if you look at the book start of Nation about Israel's journey there's a really interesting section there about the education system and the allergist bill to attract world class academics Ray World class academic institutions around them. That's the way to do it So we're talking about Talking about the Mid West. We're talking about center of the country where you have a brain population drain to the coast to the big cities. That's difficult to retain people there I had a interesting debate with somebody recently saying that. Oh you know now. Would this would this outbreak? Everybody wants to get out of the cities and go to the country but Statistics show us that long term. You know. The urban centers are growing not shrinking. And there's a flight to that the way back when you know after World War. Two when gas was cheap and everything else people were able to move out of the city's a work on the middle class and above and be able to get more land. Have a more more relaxed lifestyle but now people WANNA be in the cities they want to be in the in the center of it all and Also Scott Galloway was recently talking about a really interesting Kind of phenomenon. He is ISA's that The big name brand educational institutions will team up with big big tack like Google of Mit Etcetera to create degrees. That are much more productive Or suspect academic so The question back to the question of what do you do with rust belt? societies that are kind of decimated when manufacturing leaving with industry leaving an incomes of being decimated and then people being forced to move to the cities. I mean the answer is I don't really know except for rising. The standards of education level entry wide. Which would give them a chance to be competitive Paying taxes against saint benefits to live in the same country but they're in a different reality From the coasts where all the action is how I think education I mean it. All comes back to demand a higher level of Basic Education as being standard. That's only something government mandate once again. What is the what is the world? Look like in twenty years when you're done with it the world in twenty years while I think we have a couple of different trajectories right in the middle depend on what we learn in the next six months maybe On the one hand we can finally snap out of it and become less primitive about the the way we look at the world. right I think you know again kind of come. Back Ferrari Religious people are a little bit arrogant in the sense that they think they know they have. All the answers were written in the book. Couple THOUSAND YEARS AGO But scientists are very modest and think that they don't know anything else go out there and find the I'm definitely much more on the ladder. Side and I think if society Starts looking without rose colored glasses and pushing problems often and trying to solve things And not get into crisis to crisis the crisis but actually start looking ahead and think an understanding what's coming like automation changes in related to that need to start solving those problems and Hopefully we have leadership. I was actually a little bit about this myself. put some more thought into it but I think we need the type of leadership. Now that is You know less about laying politics and andering but more about identifying civic problems and building a plan to solve them and that will give us a fantastic growth and projections from that perspective. Are that The world economy will double in the next twenty years and that means a lot of opportunity or everybody right. We'll be a wealthier world. Because they're not going to double in twenty years but our economy will that means a create more wealth more opportunity for so even though for a lot of people with lower education and it's going to be very difficult because they're gonNA get a big enough shift to make moves and many people won't be able to I think overall My outlook is very positive. Just have to get through this transition area Without the alternative path Friday. Look back to the future to have this alternative alternative history The alternative history might be mad. Max We might Completely devolve into a society where we have the HAVE STATS BUILD. Walls around their towns and the have nots which are earning into primitive animals. Hunting for food again though. I hope it's the first narrow not the second so we'll go. What's what's what's your bet on. What's your what's your bet on other scenario what do you think what do you think humanity is going to be able to pull off. I think it's GonNa be some combination but closer to the first Humanity Seems to at least you know in the last couple of thousand years seems to find a way eventually towards the right answer as soon as we've tried all the wrong ones But I think I think we're headed in the right direction. It will be interesting to see again high. We ever from this. And what lessons from this pandemic which affected the entire world will imprint. On the way people look forward. I think one really important really interesting. Thing is that people have finally learned the definition of the word price and when somebody says Climate Crisis. I think everybody is going to pay just a little bit more attention. Maybe that'll be enough to get us on the writer ethnic. Where can people find out more about what you're working on So I run just capital. We're a boutique. Investment Bank in Silicon Valley We do we help. Companies raise capital. We help Company sell themselves. I happen to work a lot in transportation and mobility so that the future of Sports E v and Tawny Heavily so on the ground in the air on water all sorts of great companies there That's my primary area and I do some musings and writings on my own. My website goal dot net. By the time this is out there will be a new version of it out there. Hopefully would that article about where I think we're going in the future. Thank give a totally think during the Tokyo has been taken Topi. I'm John Biggs. We'll see you next week. Dopey is brought to you by happy. Happy Fun Corpus. A design driven technology company in Brooklyn New York that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune. Five hundred companies. Whether it's a new mobile web application that will help people experienced the Internet in a fun new way for software that will interface with a new piece of top secret hardware. Happy Fun Corp is always up to the challenge. Bigger Small Happy Fun Corp Loves Building Software and LOVES WORKING WITH GREAT PEOPLE. Come build with them. Happy Fun Corp Dot Com.

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"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"And the and it's a little bit less of an effect. Yo- hundred percent and I had a little bit of advantage because other than being a programmer for over twenty five years. I actually on my side Hustle for over over. Almost thirty years was cook. It was being. I was a professional master. I still am. I won the American royal in meat-based Barbecue so I had a what the reason I started this company as I had a story and a background to go with that. So when you know professional pitmasters came along a lot of them who I'm friends with famous ones like guys on TV cooking barbecue. Come along and say oh you guys should all try Bryan's barbecue and instead of them saying that's stupid. Why would you make burn ends out of Sweet Potato? They're like hold on. This guy won the American royal. So is foods probably gonNA taste pretty good. So there's you see what I mean so it's like there's this whole difference. I've just making your food tastes amazing. Then just the idea of you know what? I'm just GonNa Stop Eating Meat Tomorrow. That's too hard. That's yeah I COOK COOK BUT COOKING WEALTH FOR COOKING. Well in the Cooking well in the in the concept by by focusing primarily on on vegetable based stuff the same flavor in the same smoke Etcetera Etcetera. Just trying to capture that that same feeling. Yeah without the weirdness to without the weirdness. I think that's really important because I'm not Vegan. I'm not I don't really consider myself plan base. I don't really consider myself really anything. It's just I like to eat flavors that I like to eat and I'm just making them as healthy as possible and after doing the research. I decided that plants and vegetables the healthiest do. We Still Have Cook offs in twenty years. Do we still have a brisk Cook Offs? Do we still have a have Whatever the pit contests and things if I have anything to do with it and I believe I will and I believe I will in that space and twenty. Let's see how old am I forty. Five fifty five sixty might be. I might be yeah. I probably will work until I'm seventy so K. I yes I think that's one hundred percent. Is it going to look the same as it is today? No but I ONE HUNDRED BANK. You will definitely be having cook off. We may see that sooner than twenty years though that we start seeing virtual cops and stuff here. Maybe we'll be talking weeks on this right. Well it's interesting. It's an interesting question to actually do this. Podcast now I kind of re. I restarted the podcast over. It took a break over this over the winter because I was programming. Something The now in this in this climate where the actual future that we're talking about. We never talked about a year ago. Was THAT YEAH. Virtual is going to be. The virtual situations are going to be the way that we interact in the future. I mean it's it's become it's become apparent to. I guess you're boomer manager. Who says you have to be in the you have to be on the cubicle and sit in front of a computer all day to us? I know that you're working. He's figured out that. Yeah he's going to get more. She's figured out that she's going to get more productivity out of a person who's comfortable in sitting in an appeals to a degree almost like this is the programmers curse that they have to be useful yacht or else they get fired Does this does? This generally changed the way we interact in the future. What is what is twenty? Twenty two look like In terms of in terms of online interaction in terms of even just meeting with friends. I'll my gosh especially in our world. The programming world and developer world. Cto WHATEVER IT IS. You are software architect. We all go by different names. Dry based on the situation engineer. Whatever YOU WANNA call it. This is this is like interest is so interesting because it was trending the other way. And I think you'll you can probably speak on this better than me. John is starting to see a lot of companies going the opposite direction like they weren't they weren't able to get. They felt like whether they were they weren't they weren't able to feel like they were getting enough. Productivity out there remain out of there are developers from a remote aspect so they were starting to require. Like you have to be onsite most most job applications. I've been seeing a lot before this happened. Was We want you on site and basically say and we WANNA look over your shoulder right. And that's a that's a nightmare. Were especially senior level level developer dried and and people that don't know what they do and they're faking it. You know what I mean. That's a nightmare for people which that's a lot. A large percentage of people that don't know how to actually write code like kids coming out of school now. They don't know how to write code anymore. They know how to go out and find libraries and copy and paste them and kind of Easter together. We learned we had to write from scratch when we were in College. And more when we were self taught. I mean we had to do it so I think that's it was going the opposite direction. Now it's GonNa take a completely three sixty turn to where I think. This is a huge advantage at a huge win for us as programmers for sure Because now we're able to to really be able to be productive at home but I think there's GonNa be a I think. Companies the biggest thing with them is putting more measures measures in place to actually be able to to be able to to to track productivity. But it's huge. It's going to be for for companies and people that that had people in cubicles before. I think this is a great thing for them where it's a little dangerous as people like trying to start businesses. They think they can jump online now and start any business that they can think of to teach people how to work from home. And that's just not going to be the case because it's a battle for screen time right now. It's a huge battle for screen. We're going to have this podcast when you publish this where we're going to publish it. It's going to be a battle for get people to listen right and as a twenty minutes long so because I know that people just don't have any time to list now and it's getting worse because here's the thing I've been thinking about a lot lately is as Internet. Famous might not even exist anymore in a year from now because a real actual famous people are coming online. Now like Lebron James and like Garth Brooks I mean. Can you imagine what Dr Garth Brooks Comes Online? The other day did like a two hour concert and he had what six million watcher? What were those six million people watching before right? He he took them from somebody else. So there's this huge there's going to be this huge battle of like. How do you get screen time? And it was already before it's going to be it's going to even bigger now because actual famous people are coming online already. Have the eyeballs? You know what I mean. Her brother this is going to be. This is going to be an episode. Working People By your by your sauces and things. Well the best thing to do with me is go to Brian. Rodgers DOT COM. My name Yes. I'm old enough that I actually have my name. Dot Com Brian Rodgers. I N it's R. D. G. E. R. S. BRIAN RODGERS DOT COM from there. That's my main site. You can find all my social media media kits all my stuff companies there and feel free to connect with me. I'd love to connect with any friends of friends of John for sure or duper. This has been a dopey. I'm John Thanks. Thanks for joining us. Great Take Care John Bye. Dopey is brought to you by happy. Happy Fun Corpus Design Driven Technology Company in Brooklyn New York that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune. Five hundred companies. 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01:56 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

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09:46 min | 1 year ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Flipped in media or different micro blogging places and tell you exactly what you and I are doing now which what happens what happens with yes clearly going to be a big deal especially as we go into another an as real as it is because I've I've seen some pretty convincing stuff I whenever I'm people don't need evidence to believe something that they're told site whatever it is and they're not going to verify whether it's real or so I don't think that it really matters lying with accepting if they hear garbage information they're just fine with like hang it's almost like social media creates this this this synthetic blockchain enough has enough likes or has shares. You've you've seen that pattern enough you hear something happened and it's kind of like that's ridiculous yeah yeah it's it's sort of like you know I'm as a collective illusion where you know if you see something crazy what we're seeing in Nacho social media but in in the proliferation of deep fix is you know it's it's interesting you can make someone our fingers at that one thing as the source of our future problems with misinformation he gets blame the blame everything on but we should blame a lot of guests augustine by saying my understanding of blockchain is nowhere near yours or if you know if if it can prove that a deep fake or one of my that's one of my pet peccadilloes I've been thinking about recently it's kind of be like a verify something has happened right so like basically if that requires an entirely New Vision of verification need for verification hundred percent but now we're basically in a situation where it's I don't know there's there's really no answer to that and it becomes even more complex when Pat's is an incredibly interesting and useful technology when you're talking in the synthetic environments that you're creating in order to teach machines well I don't know if this fixes the world but we just got out earning season which aren't companies hiring trends and their workforce size in comparing the stuff so we just got out of that so that was That was interesting and fun I'm working being before two thousand eight and how they've sort of readjusted there's millions of mortgages over the last five years and on how these banks have responded or not responded to the new law that have been handed to them. I don't think so it's because it's There's a they were able to throw it into our Magic machine and But I think that a lot of people are coming out from our journalism journalist journalistic organizations should be by analytics firms and then let's the answer a couple of data analytics nerds from Princeton into starting a media arm in Tekken companies whether it's a new mobile web application that will help people experience the Internet in fun people come build with them Happy Fun Corp Dot Com.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back and take a dopey the podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have james williams sees a thing here in the ethics of design this is tech the tokyo take the dopey is brought to you by happy fun corp happy front what was the design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specialize building mobile and web applications for startups important 500 companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new way per software that were interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy bunk were mud building software love working great evil some build with them having fun warped dot com welcome back to take a dopey the podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show if tobiass a stone he's a writer on politics and current affairs he writes on medium tobise one of your biggest posts i think that it was accepted million views or something like that seven people three million seven point three so you're not you're not a humble man i'm surprised why don't you why don't you describe your background and which you've been writing about we'll have a very broad backgrounds studying history of game traveling adults and sort of having a fairly divest perspective on what's happening in the world of amendments i've been rising initially about what we can learn from history and how that can help us understand what's happening now but more recently i've been writing us about s particularly alexa control and installations will fast and generally held a loves full to capacity so.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back to take him toby a podcast met of at a future i'm john biggs tanisha we have deal benjina easy thinker in the cryptocurrency space this is tech to tokyo technical help he has brought to you by happy fun corp happy fun corp is a design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune 500 companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experienced the internet in a fun new way or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun corp loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back to take the topi a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today in the show we have guilt pinch you know he's a partner at ridge ventures in angel investor and he's created multiple startups already in multiple spaces while can go on your your your reputation precedes you understand this ren i'd say great to meet you in the excited to be here i'm not really sure what my reputation as will tell people you're a you're you're the you're the cryptocurrency your that everybody iran around win when i was when i was doing stuff in uh in the valley amenities could talk to go batac to go and get to talk to go um or you know why don't you set the stage for us based on your understanding crooked industry let's let's assume that the audience understands what would have bitcoin is one of the theory him uh in a here and base token is but what do you think is happening the krypton space right now that so important that's making freaking bitcoin go up to six thousand bucks today right what's happening.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back to taking toby a podcast a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have paul walsh he's the founder of meta sirte this is tech nato pia tech the dopey is brought to you by happy fun gore happy fun workers design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specialize building mobile in web applications for startups important 500 companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new way per software that were interface for the new piece of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small abby bunk were blood building software love working great evil come build with them having fun warped dot com welcome back detected topi a podcast abed better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have paul walsh he is the founder of meta sirte welcome paul hi john thanks for having me yeah this is a this is interesting stuff so so we've been planning to do this for awhile but i've always been a an awful person but why don't you tell us what meta sirte does and what you are up against right now and terms of computer security and all that of the good stuff well i see a world where people feel safe and secure when opening a link so everything does is with that in context so metric ads lear of security to platforms such as slacken head headshot so teams and communities using those platforms stay protected from militias links and those malicious links are fishing malware triplex if you want to block that kind of stuff and also fake news so they're basis so mattis or bills security tools to keep people safe and we're focused on one particular area right now which is the crypto world because they seem to be getting hammered every hour of every day by fishing attacks and people literally losing their money so that's the one thing that were folks on right now being the best in the world a one thing which is you're out classification okay so so that's interesting thing so what do we do what do i do as a as a user what's going to happen to me of someone if someone sends me up but fishing thing.

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01:42 min | 4 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back to take the dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have rob he's a novelist and former hightech ceo this is tech the tokyo technophobia is brought to you by happy fun corp happy fun corp is designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune 500 companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet and a fund new way or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun corp loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back to taking toby a podcast a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have novelist rob read and rob you were the also a is well why don't you describe your your storied in and varied career welcome the show thank you kindly am i founded a company called listen dot com in san francisco and we created the rhapsody music service which was actually the first music service to get full catalogue licenses from all the major record labels even before apple actually so you do very early you didn't vent radio on the internet right i i did not but i i was contacted by that he patent holders who seemed to think that they had a at invited of people who felt they invented the notion of music and sound and everything else on the internet so that's all other topic ledum we'd yes we were the first people to get all those licences and we basically i created the model that we all now know so well through spotify and others of unlimited streaming music art service.

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02:22 min | 4 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back detected toby a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have role sued he's the founder of unicorn at east sports betting site this is technophobia technophobe is brought to you by happy fun corp happy fun corbusier designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes in building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fund new way or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun corp loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back to take the dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today in the show we have roles sued ease the founder of unicorn a former founder of voting pcs right that's correct zuhdu pc was a wide admit that was one of my favorite company thank you chose it was that was really happening now doubt our about let's look at you know as sort of my ali are playing games without allstar decided to sell some tops i remember i worked at laptop magazine then there i think viewed who first came out and that's when you were selling your sending them in boxes with lakea with leg grass unlike tribal noises out of them are yeah it was that it is actually really interesting fact i think it krief these resort or and writer i think the only aid that was doing anything interesting was apple obviously are but the but beyond that we know the pc industry which is like terribly boron and a needed they needed companies like us to have a thinking about a new experiences everything from the outboxed france to the customer experience on all about steps that he was just any gaming get gaming tends to drive technology and and so yeah it was that it was a it was a neat neat tire pressure on obviously when hp batas everything changed a but that's that's about goods that hope efficient be to nazi surprised by that but it was a different culture to gauge peace gonna tachia zuma touch crazy crazy talking.

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome to technophobia a podcast a meta bitter from trump john biggs initially of yaacob trick he's the founder of estimate this is tech news tokia technique dopey as brought to you by happy fun gorth happy fun corp is a design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups and fortune five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new or software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun poor loves building software and loves working with great people come build with them happy fun corp dot com welcome back detect dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show a vehicle he's the founder of estimate it's a beacon company in with poland and it's one of my favorite companies here in polling welcome welcome yaacob j hattiesburg and say right absolutely thank him to be here how are we supposed to pronounce your name in america's a jaker we're going to call you you most my american friends that just call me jacob as they they don't even tried to pronounce mice my last name but you know jacket jacobs perfect ours e y c h the they they typically say chris each which is a huge i'm used all right so why don't you tell us what estimate does i've i've followed estimate for since the very beginning but explain a little bit about about your begins in which working on.

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01:37 min | 4 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome to technophobia podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have bassam m'hamdi he is with procourt a construction software company this is tech to tokia technical brought to you by happy fun core happy fun what was the design driven technology company in brooklyn new york that specializes building mobile and web applications for startups important five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fund new way per software that will interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small happy fun were blood building software and love working great evil come build with that happy fun gore dot com welcome back detect dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today in the show we have bassem hamdi he's at pro core and abassan welcome on the show like very much and relinquish api here uh this is going to be fun so tell us about what pro kordos and what you do specifically so let me tell you love it but procourt i fifteen years overnight success were were project management software that really electrify is a job site in a construction company to build better centrally um so anything from document and drawing management all the way through to cost controls okay so that's not sign of exactly exciting why don't you give it wanted to do like a pretty exciting well kalfa so said plana me explain to me why i would be excited about this if i were if i were guy who's building something.

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02:08 min | 4 years ago

"happy fun corp" Discussed on Technotopia

"Welcome back detected toby a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs today on the show we have jim poole he is the vice president of equal x this is technophobia technophobia is brought to you by happy fun gorth happy front was designed driven technology company in brooklyn new york specializes building mobile and web applications for startups important five hundred companies whether it's a new mobile or web application that will help people experience the internet in a fun new way per software that were interface with a new peace of topsecret hardware happy fun corp is always up to the challenge bigger small abby bunk were loves building software love working great evil come build with them having fun warped dot com welcome back to decker dopey a podcast about a better future i'm john biggs hit on the show we have jimbo he's vice president of ecosystem business development aid equin what's ecosystem business development gem so what i look at our certain newly digitising parts of the economy as things become increasingly virtual so you know that started off with things like content now we think about netflixing things like that when noone is that he be any more so that's happening in all sorts of industries so i look at that okay so that's interesting so what is you say it works it's happening in all sorts of industry so as that is that the suggestion that we're going to have a crypto currencies to pay for i don't know bricks i don't know what the seem yes seems like well it may be a good and so i always get examples people liked things like internet of things is sort of an interesting example and so we have customers for example who used to do things one way and now they're changing it's a good example would be in the old days if i wanted to sell a train i would still a train to a state enterprise and they would hire a bunch of people to do the maintenance and they would take care of it and you know that was it in the new world now i sell if i'm the vendor i sell train is a service.

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