Tommy and Adam discuss the unfortunate news out of the FCC: the very likely—but hopefully temporary—end of net neutrality in the US.
179: Explain Me Please!
Tommy and Adam speak to the young creator of Wikipedia-alternative Explain Me Please, Faateh Mohammad.
178: When Plants Sing
Tommy and Adam talk to Jon Pattitucci and Joe Shapiro (Data Garden), creators of the MIDI Sprout: a device that translates the biofeedback of your plants into MIDI data! Or, in short, it makes your plants sing. :)
177: Mixing the Oil and Water of New Hollywood
Tommy and Adam attend HETFest (Hollywood Entertainment Technology Festival), a collaborative effort between America and China created to examine how two vastly different cultures found a way to work together to create the future of entertainment. At least, that's the story through a romantic lens. Reality paints a more tumultuous endeavor, but nevertheless an important and fruitful one.
This week Tommy and Adam discuss the upgrade treadmill and the negative effects our urgency for novelty has on us and the companies who seek (and often fail) to fulfill it.