Ideatrotter: Disruptive 2.0 Intelligence

SXSW with Mark Cuban

Owner of Dallas Mavericks and judge on Shark Tank Mark Cuban is interviewed about his outlook on life and technology in general.

#video #technology #leadership #interview
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Liquid Life: One Disruptor Who is Changing How We Recharge

In this video, A Total Disruption focuses their lens on Andrew Chung of Khosla Ventures, both an artist and entrepreneur, who breaks the mold of the stereotypical shark investor while financing groundbreaking technology that affects how we re-charge: intellectually, monetarily and literally (how we will power our lives.)

#video #entrepreneur #venture capital #interview
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The Esquire Guy’s Guide to Media Interviews

If you are an innovator or entrepreneur, chances are the media wants to cover you because you are doing something right or are intriguing enough. Esquire has released a video guide on how you can sound natural, deliver a difficult message, and the phases you should never say  

#video #television #interview #entrepreneur
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From physics to probabilities: Pokerstars’ Liv Boeree

Liv Boeree has always been passionate about astrophysics and gained a First Class Honors degree in Physics from Manchester University. She became involved in the poker industry after graduation, making a name for herself by winning the European Poker Tour in 2010 in San Remo. Liv’s substantial career winnings and work in the television industry prove that a physics degree can be applied in a less orthodox way.

#video #physics #inspiration #interview #disruption

The First Entrepreneur At Large on Incubating NYC Startups

Jane Pauley interviews Steve Rosenbaum, appointed by the New York City Economic Development Corporation as the city’s first Entrepreneur At Large. He speaks about his new role incubating startups and why he thinks New York’s tech sector will soon surpass Silicon Valley.

#video #startups #entrepreneur #new york #silicon valley #interview

David Cheriton: The Professor Who Wrote Google Its First Check

In 1998, David Cheriton wrote a $100,000 check to Larry Page and Sergey Brin. From his front porch, the Stanford professor catches up with Forbes and reveals his thoughts on the progress of Google.

#video #google #search #stanford #interview #history #technology

Mobile Innovation: What Inspired You?

Mobile innovators have risen from all spectrums of life, from corporate institutions to mom and pop stores. The trait they all held to be common was a curiousity and thirst to disrupt. The list of innovators being interviewed include Ray Kurzweil, Inventor of text to speech, Philippe Kahn, Inventor of the camera phone and Kevin Systrom, Founder of Instragram. Sit through this video to see how you can discover your next innovation. 

#mobile phones #applications #camera #innovation #disruption #API #interview #technology

Interview with SAS CEO Dr. Jim Goodnight

InformationWeek’s Doug Henschen interviews Dr. Jim Goodnight, the CEO and co-Founder of SAS, one of the industry’s leaders in data analytics.

#video #ceo #interview #data #analysis #entrepreneur
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The Startup Game | Bill Draper

When we think of Silicon Valley today, innovative companies such as Google, Facebook, Open Table, and others will come to mind. It’s difficult to imagine these powerhouses as small, struggling start-ups, but at some point, each one was just a good idea that needed support. For these and countless other startups, that support came through venture capitalists. Venture capital is much more than the caricature many may think of when they hear the term; these businessmen and women do not invest millions with the sole hope of “cashing out” in the future. In fact, they provide creative thinkers with both the capital necessary to turn their vision into a reality and the business know-how and networking skills necessary to keep the company afloat.

The Startup Game" covers Bill Draper's forty years of experience and describes how vital the relationship between venture capitalist and entrepreneur is to the future of business, and offers lessons culled from decades of working in the technology center of the world. Draper extracts lessons and advice that only a lifetime in the field can provide—from the necessary qualities any successful entrepreneur must possess to the importance of friendship and family in the business world. He provides candid descriptions of his own successes and failures in venture capital and public service, and writes passionately about the important role government can—and in his view should—play in encouraging new businesses in the United States.

#video #venture capital #startups #entrepreneur #interview #silicon valley