The topics covered in this podcast are very timely and important to our shared future. Also, this little gem is a nice way to escape the often negative news that encapsulates us. I would like to hear several episodes that touch upon the state of the art with regard to human rejuvenation. Please keep up the excellent work!
Used to be amazing and I couldnât get enough of it. Now itâs a bit boring, too many recordings from conferences, and I liked the original host Jennifer Strong SO much better
As with anything produced by WSJ, it is as useful as last years Easter Egg.
Undertones of anti-corporation and anti-tech from Luddite reporters who are uneducated and under qualified. No data, irrelevant guests/company profiles, and plainly false and inaccurate reporting.Full disclosure: I was only able to formulate this opinion as an industry expert in delivery after listening to the latest pod (April 10). Donât let the name brand full you!
Pathetically excessive use of (like) unnecessary words (you know)makes you loose patience and confidence in the presenters. (Whatever ahh).
This was well-done and mostly unrelated to Rupert Murdochâs insatiable desire to use his WSJ and media empire to advance his vision crony capitalism and social conservatism
The background music in the podcast makes understanding the content diffecult for us hard of hearing folks which likely account for half of your over 60 audience.
Listened to the show for almost a year- great content thatâs always interesting and topical. Great guests and editing. Only issue is 3 times now past episodes Iâve already listened (some from April/May 2018) get auto-re-downloaded. So now unsubscribed and will download individual episodes.
Insightful. Exposes listeners to different cutting edge branches of tech without losing its objectivity. Look forward to (and take notes on) every podcast!
Listened to the 1st few. The equation is perfected! I am in geek paradise with this !