by Michael Raphael (sepulchra.com)
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Jim and Dan talk about the Pirates of Silicon Valley, Apple, Microsoft, the heart of innovation, Guns n Roses, and more.
A.A. Milne’s beloved bear made his first appearance in a short poem titled "Teddy Bear" which was published in Punch magazine on Feb. 13, 1924. We’ll listen back to a 1929 recording of Milne.
Many thanks to David Firth, who is kindly sharing shortwave radio recordings he made on reel-to-reel recording equipment in the late 1960s. Firth is uncovering and digitizing these off air recordings as time allows and, thanks to his generosity, we will be posting these recordings on the Shortwave Radio Audio Archive.The following is a recording of Radio Peking, which Firth recorded in 1968.Click here to download the recording as an MP3, or simply listen via the embedded player below:
Tom JacksonFound yourself at the front of the room, looking in discomfort at the crowd, and swallowing hard?
When you don’t know where to look or where to move, dazzling an audience is the last thing on your mind.
In today’s discussion, Tom Jackson has practical tips that can help you turn all of that around and empower you to comfortably communicate to audiences without compromising who you are.
Note: he’s taught recording artists like Taylor Swift how to do these very things during concerts.
You’ll Want to Hear Tom’s Insights
Live Music Producer Tom Jackson, works with A-list recording artists on mastering the stage through his company Tom Jackson Productions. He coaches them on where to move, where to look, and how to create moments that audiences will never forget.
These are the very things that will help you elevate your presentation skills.
In addition to working with top recording artists, Tom has been involved in super-cool charity work that’s raised almost $1.5 billion (yes, billion) for international adoption, women’s issues, poverty, environmental issues, world hunger, and children’s rights.
You can read about that here.
What Tom Had To Say
• The secret to immediately impressing your audience.
• Where to find your confidence and authority.
• How to tap into your natural source of charisma.
• Are you married to your audience or dating them?
• Connecting and building rapport with audiences.
Click play for the awesomeness…
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Answer this question—what have been your specific stage presence struggles when speaking? I’d love to know! Leave a comment below.
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In 2014, we’re recording every 2nd and 4th Friday. Last week was our second show but we flubbed the release of the January 17 recording so we rolled that content into last week’s episode.
Andy and Travis spend episode 71 recapping the happenings in Austin from the past couple months.
Austin Startup Games – Heard that Spanning cleaned up. Andy was completely wrong … Sparefoot actually won the gold. Berate him via twitter.
Developer Evangelism – Keith Casey’s experience
Damon’s intro to the Austin startup scene
Austin reaching capacity for SXSW permits
Ben Brown’s Lunch Hack and LunchBot: http://eat.xoxco.com
Josh Baer says he’ll fund your consumer startup
Blackboard acquired MyEdu
Pingboard secures 1.5 million
Outbox closed its doors – Junk mail survives
— new stealth pivot
WP Engine got 15 million - R/GA rebranded them
Why Scaling a Company is Harder than it Looks (Jason Cohen, @asmartbear) “scale causes rare events to become regular.”
Everyone is hiring. Let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll help connect you.
Upcoming Conferences and Events:
Hackentine’s Day – February 8
FinishUp Weekend – February 21-23
Digital PM summit – February 22
We’re already prepping for SXSW — what should we be paying attention to? Good parties, food, other events? Let us know.
Five-star ratings on iTunes will get shout outs on the next show!
Editing by Aaron Dowd. Music by Goodfield. Thanks dudes!
Jim and Dan talk about profiling amps, Apple’s first quarter results, Samsung and patent settlements, Bitcoin, and 30 years of Mac.
While at NAMM, Jim joins Dan and special guest Merlin Mann to talk about their favorite Macs new and old, the future of the computer in the home, the power of portable and wearable devices, amps, guitars, Yamaha’s purchase of Line 6, new gear, why Jim isn
Dan and Jim talk about Tim Cook’s senate testimony, Google’s new 3D maps, a very young musician’s incredible rendition of Van Halen’s Eruption, and more.
What began as little more than a glorified metronome has worked its way into bedroom studios and state-of-the-art recording facilities alike. A new book chronicles the history and influence of the drum machine in all its wood- and plastic-paneled glory.
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