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Howard Greenstein – TummelVision Ep. 23

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“I highly recommend tuning in to the show”

Howard Liptzin just posted about how hot the conversation is getting about curation and nicely mentioned our wood on the fire.

Here’s the post http://www.luna-park.com/blog/2010/06/16/curation-and-ants/.

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Greg Elin – TummelVision Ep. 21

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Janera Soerel – TummelVision Ep. 15

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One thing leads to another with Derek Powazek – TummelVision Ep. 14

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We’re live now with Laura Fitton @pistachio

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What makes a comments section work?


Salon’s Scott Rosenberg had a tummel-savvy piece on this subject recently. Ironically I heard about it around the same time I saw NPR’s Andy Carvin live tweeting an event and mentioning outsourcing the moderation of comments. Andy later clarified the thing he saw as outsource-able was the human filtering of spam.

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It Ain’t What You Do It’s the Way That You Do It: Ep. 11 w Cathy Brooks

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Cathy Brooks has been part of the tech start-up scene for a long time and often connects people with one another.

Freshly back from SXSW, the fours of us discussed the events of the conference, it’s change and connections there as well as how Cathy does what she does at events there.

We spent quite a bit of time discussing the controversial keynote conversation between Havas Media Lab’s Umair Haque and Twitter co-founder and CEO Ev Williams and the mass walkout that happened during it. How do you make a good public conversation?

We recalled the Mark Zuckerberg Sarah Lacy keynote conversation of a few years ago which also failed to engage the room and had differences about why that happened.

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@SXSW: When a Problem Comes Along, You Must Whip It : Ep. 10 w Dave McClure

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We ventured to SXSW where the whole TWIT crew was hosted very hospitably by the beautiful Texas co-working space. We also got the have the unique experience of seeing each other in person while we do the show.

Our guest Dave McClure is a well-known angel investor and persistent entrepreneurial advice giver. Originally a developer himself, he’s worked with too many companies to name, including SlidesShare, Paypal and Facebook. Among 499 other things, he currently runs a seed-stage investment program for Founders Fun.

Remarkably, Dave was able to not use any of his favourite 4-letter words at our request, during TummelVision, given that TWIT is aimed at a general audience including young kids. It’s taken us some time to adapt to the direction, but McClure really did yeoman’s work here and if you start reading his well-regarded blog or check out his sometimes controversial slides you’ll know why. He’s one of the most opinionated and enthusiastic peopel you’ll ever talk to about start-ups.

We discussed the tummeling he does as an angel, and the increasingly influential role angel funders (the people who provide the very first, personal funding of a company) given the decreasing costs of beginning a Net start-up. Dave also discussed what he felt VCs should be focussing on given this change.

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