Guests include David McCallum previewing his forthcoming keynote address in Oxnard; local IT business owner Ken May discussing the Apple-Facebook-Google battles; Stephen Schochet talking about Hollywood legends; George Gilder, the father of Supply-Side Economics discussing Wealth & Poverty; Niels Nielsen talking about God in the Obama Era and Daniel Coyle reciting from The Little Book of Talent.
Ken May is a local computer services company owner, former radio show host and author of the book The Boss’s Guide to Smarter IT. We analyze the Winners & Losers in Google-Facebook-Apple Triangle.
Debra Benton is an internationally recognized communications and interpersonal relations expert. She coaches us on how to present ourselves using today’s technology as she teaches us how to act like a CEO online and offline from her book The Virtual Executive.
Phil Simon observes how business is fundamentally changing in the early 21st Century by creating vibrant ecosystems and reaping big rewards. We discuss his latest book The Age of the Platform.
Lori Andrews is a law professor, a public interest lawyer and mystery novelist. We discuss how individuals’ rights are being violated by social networks and the Web and the need for a Constitution
David Kord Murray is an authority on Innovation. He wondered how large scale projects like the Apollo moon missions and top notch companies like Facebook and Walmart adapted their plans to be successful. We discuss his book Plan B to find out what he learned.