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Series: The Killing IT Podcast

This podcast is a great example of BOGSAT – Bunch of Guys Sitting Around a Table. We all got together one day to talk about working together, figuring out how we could contribute to the broader IT Community . . . and have fun doing it. One of the big take-aways of that day was the Killing IT Podcast.
We are all interesting in broadening the conversation. What the hell does that mean? Well, we realized that we see a lot of “silos of knowledge.” And even more, we see silos of analysis, silos of understanding, and silos of philosophy. Too many people only talk with others in their tiny little worlds.
This is true within the SMB (small and medium business) IT community. It’s also true in the mid-market. And it’s rampant in the enterprise space. But even within each of these, programmers talk to programmers, marketing people talk to marketing people, and support techs talk to support techs.
We also LOVE the emerging world of emerging technology. Humility aside, the three hosts have built some amazing companies, sold some amazing stuff, and help guide the IT industry to where it is today. We love all this nerdy stuff and can’t wait to figure out where it all goes.
We looked for a hole that no one was filling. And we think we found it in a conscious effort to widen the circle. We want o bring in all the people who are working on IoT, LED, Lidar, LI-FI, blockchain, AI, robots, VR/AR, robotics, 3D printing, and so much more. We are constantly looking for the opportunities to integrate all these emerging skill sets.
We are funny, irreverent, intellectual, analytical, entrepreneurial, and excited about where all this stuff is going. We truly live in what Karl calls “The Exponential Century.” With luck, we can help you grab your share of the many gold mines emerging in new technology.
Your feedback is always welcome!

Episode 78 – Disrupting higher ed, expanding broadband, and Section 230 revisited

Topic 1: Google disrupting Higher Ed. Should be jump on this boat? Education is overdue for disruption, but is this the right approach? And what’s up with CompTIA? Where we move away from 4-year degree and toward certifications, it rubs up against…

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Episode 77 – Smart Devices in Court Evidence and Bitcoin Electricity Usage

Topic 1: Are all your smart devices going to be used in evidence against you? Follow up on the topic of having an AI app get you out of a ticket. Between your cloud-stored camera footage and device recordings, police might be able to be used to defend…

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KIT Episode 76: Service Leadership Report, Apple’s New Privacy Policy, and More

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Episode 75 – Emerging Technology, Epic v. Apple (again), and SaaS Management

Episode 75 !!! It may not be a big event for you, but we feel great about producing seventy-five episodes of The Killing IT Podcast. Thank you for all your support, and for spreading the word. Topic 1: Retrospective on Changing/Emerging Technology We…

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Episode 74 – AI Legal Assistance; Fortnite vs. Apple; The New Gartner Hype Cycle

NOT episode 75. Stay tuned next week. Topic 1: – AI legal assistance. Not ready to defend you in a criminal trial, but might get you out of a traffic ticket! Link: Topic 2: – Apple v Epic/Fortnite If you haven’t seen the video, please do yourself a…

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Episode 73 – B2B Sales Forecast, Government Regulations, and the Nature of Contract Work

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Episode 72 – Micro-Management, Chinese Sanctions, and Trifurcation of the Web

Topic 1: Micro-Management 2020 How are managers doing in the world all-remote work? In particular, how are remote managers doing? We continue the discussion of whether we’ll really go back to the office when all this is over. One element to watch: Not…

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Episode 71 – Big Tech Businesses and College Evaluations

Topic 1: The “Big Four” IT buisinesses grilled by Congress. Will there be any real aftermath to these hearings, or is this all just political showmanship? CEOs from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google were grilled by Congress. We discuss what this…

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Episode 70 – VC Funding, Crypto Currency, and Splinternet

Topic 1: Tech VC funding down and moving sideways (not up) due to the pandemic. Funding for new ventures is being affected by the recession and the circumstances surrounding the pandemic. The change in money makes sense, but the response to social…

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Episode 69 – EU Privacy, Twitter Hack, Ethical Explorer Pack, and the Future

Another fun show! Please give us your feedback. And share it if you love it! We start with a couple of major stories and finish with an eye on the future. Topic 1: EU says their privacy laws are not being enforced appropriately in the U.S. To make…

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