Tech and Biz Buffet

The Tech and Biz Buffet channel contains relevant podcast episodes on technology and business. Look for selections from great podcasts like a16z, Startup, Planet Money, Marketplace, and How I Built This.

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    Tech and Biz Buffet

    Oct 22 2019

  • The Startup Chat with Steli and Hiten / 459: How to Build a Remote Sales Team

    In today’s episode of The Startup Chat, Steli and Hiten talk about how to build a remote sales team. In today’s startup world, working remotely is more popular than ever. And the popularity of remote work is also spreading to sales teams as well. However, having a remote sales team can be challenging and you need to manage it properly to make it work for your business. In this episode, Steli and Hiten talk about how having a remote sales team is possible, the type of people to hire for you...more

  • The Press Box / Buttigieg and Zuck, Clinton and Gabbard, and Giving Credit for Other Reporters’ Scoops | The Press Box

    Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker talk about Pete Buttigieg’s campaign hiring people Mark Zuckerberg recommended (03:00), the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week (17:30), whether The New York Times is giving proper credit to its competitors’ scoops (20:00), Tulsi Gabbard versus Hillary Clinton (33:30), and Donald Trump’s sleepover (44:00).

  • Decrypted / Apple's $50 Billion Dilemma in China

    Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests have ensnared a number of companies, including one U.S. company that has the most to lose in China: Apple Inc. This week on Decrypted, Bloomberg Technology's Alistair Barr breaks down the iPhone maker's controversial decision to reject an app built to aid Hong Kong residents living through the protests, and discusses what's at stake for Apple both at home and abroad. 

  • The Vergecast / What's going on with the Sprint/T-Mobile merger and the status of net neutrality

    This week on our interview series on The Vergecast, host and Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks to Gigi Sohn, a distinguished fellow at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law and Policy.We’ve had Gigi on the show before a year after net neutrality was repealed to talk about what has happened since. This time we bring her back to talk some even more new in the tech policy world — most notably the introduction of net neutrality bills in states like California.We also talk to Gigi about...more

  • Unchained / Congressman Patrick McHenry: 'Bitcoin Will Be of Enormous Value' - Ep.142

    Congressman Patrick McHenry, or 'Mr. Fintech' to his peers in the House, is announcing the reintroduction of the Financial Services Innovation Act, a bill that would create what he calls "permanent beta testing," or many jurisdictions call "regulatory sandboxes," in which entrepreneurs can apply for regulatory approval to conduct innovative experiments. The bill is intended to get regulators into a position where their default leans more toward yes than no. He describes how this would affect tea...more

  • Brakeing Down Security Podcast / 2019-038- Ethical dilemmas with offensive tools, powershell discussion with Lee Holmes - Part2

      Derbycon9 talk - PowerShell Security Looking Back from the Inside -   Encarta -   Scott Hanselman’s twitter thread about Encarta:   Congrats on the black badge :)   I like that you bring up execution policies. That it was never created to become a security control I started alerting on it anyway at le...more

  • The Bike Shed / 219: Seeking That Middle Option

    On this week's episode, Steph catches us up on her ever-growing collection of mechanical keyboards, Chris talks about his recent purchase of an apple watch, and they follow up a previous discussion around case-sensitivity (or insensitivity) in URLs and email addresses. They round out the discussion with a chat about writing blog posts and some postgres fun, and finally discuss the merits and drawbacks of monorepos.This episode of The Bike Shed is sponsored by Honeybadger.MechanicalKeyboards.comF...more

  • The Joe Rogan Experience / #1366 - Richard Dawkins

    Richard Dawkins, FRS FRSL is an English ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and author. He is an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford, and was the University of Oxford's Professor for Public Understanding of Science from 1995 until 2008. His latest book "Outgrowing God: A Beginner's Guide" is available now.

  • The Totally Football Show with James Richardson / One Berti is already enough

    Jimbo, James Horncastle, Julien Laurens and Raphael Honigstein delve deep into Dortmund’s trip to Inter Milan. Will Jadon Sancho be allowed off the naughty step?There’s the first ever meeting of Ajax and Chelsea. Does Erik ten Hag still not get enough credit as a manager?Barcelona have overtaken Real Madrid at the top of La Liga but El Clasico is not happening this weekend. Graham Hunter joins us to explain why.And Kirsten Schlewitz rates Red Star Belgrade’s chances away at Tottenham in the Cham...more

  • Core Intuition / Episode 393: Make Up Random Deadlines

    Daniel returns from Amsterdam with cookies and Dutch Pokemon magazines, and talks a bit about the work-sponsored trip. Manton helps Daniel take stock of his challenges with Red Sweater, and prioritizing the right work to do given his limited time. Finally, Daniel shares his plans for a strategy to be a more effective self-manager. Download Audio (MP3, 39 minutes) Many thanks to our sponsor this week Linode: Cloud Hosting for You. Use promo ...more

  • BrainStuff / How Do Ecosystems Work?

    Nothing in our environment exists in a vacuum -- everything is interconnected. Learn how the study of ecosystems attempts to learn about things through those connections in this episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at

  • 60-Second Science / Some Mosquito Repellents Act Like Invisibility Cloaks

    Synthetic repellents like DEET seem to mask the scent of our "human perfume”—making us less obvious targets for mosquitoes. Christopher Intagliata reports. 

  • The Indie Hackers Podcast / #128 – Finding 22,000 Paying Customers Despite Stiff Competition with Tyler King of Less Annoying CRM

    When Tyler King (@tylermking) set out to build Less Annoying CRM, he knew he was entering a crowded market full of well-funded competitors focused on astronomical growth. So instead he took the slower, surer path to success, and bootstrapped his way to 22,000 paying customers and over $2.6MM in annual revenue. In this episode, Tyler and I discuss his insights for making it work in a crowded industry, why he went from avoiding customer service to prioritizing it over everything else, and how he m...more

  • The Second Captains Podcast / Ep 1602: Another RWC, Another Disaster - Horgan And Reddan On Another Quarter-Final Exit - 21/10/19

    Why always us? It’s been another horrendous Rugby World Cup campaign for Ireland, and we are left with the same old questions. Eoin Reddan and Shane Horgan are both on the show today to try and make sense of our 46-14 mauling at the hands of New Zealand on Saturday. There’s a fair bit of blame to go around, and we apportion it as judiciously as possible. Eoin tries to rank and rate our World Cup humiliations (where does 2019 come in?), there’s tenured rugby players, and Eddie Jones’ fin...more

  • You Need A Budget (YNAB) / Nickeled and Dimed

    Why do we become desensitized to the upticks in price of just about everything?     Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at

  • The Bitcoin Podcast Network / The Bitcoin Podcast #279: Cory Doctorow --Journalist and Author

    This episode is all about the interview. It was a phenomenal one! Cory Doctorow is a journalist, author, and technologist. Know for his advocating and the freedom of expression on the internet; he is part of the EFF. Author of the book, "Down and out in the Magic Kingdom." A story know for the use of a digital currency called whuffies. Cory very eloquently illustrates the cases for cryptocurrency, as well as the current state of crypto, which leaves much to be longed for. Cryptocurrency is not p...more

  • TED Talks Daily / Why we have an emotional connection to robots | Kate Darling

    We're far from developing robots that feel emotions, but we already have feelings towards them, says robot ethicist Kate Darling, and an instinct like that can have consequences. Learn more about how we're biologically hardwired to project intent and life onto machines -- and how it might help us better understand ourselves.

  • TechStuff / Machine Consciousness

    Is it really possible for a machine to achieve consciousness? What does consciousness even mean? From philosophy to technological obstacles, we look at the problems and possibilities. Learn more about your ad-choices at

  • Developer Tea / Habits of Successful Software Engineers - Multiplying Value by Thinking in Systems

    Most of what we do as developers is solve problems. In today's episode, we're talking about the skill of problem solving and working out hard problems in more detail. We'll talk through the nuance difference between multiplying their value and simply adding value. 🙏Thank you to today's sponsor: Flatiron Learn UX/UI design in 24 weeks and discover our global community on campus or online and go back to school with Flatiron School!

  • MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos / Using Continuity Camera and Continuity Sketch With Your iPhone or iPad and Your Mac (MacMost #2029)

    View in HD at . While working on your Mac, you can use your iPhone or iPad to take photos, scan documents and draw sketches. The result will end up as files on your Mac, being saved directly from the iOS device to your Mac. You can also insert these images directly into documents in some apps. You can also use this to create signatures in Preview.