Highlights from a recent Q&A session held on Anchor with Allison Esposito, founder of Tech Ladies, which covered everything from job hopping and mentorship to how we can all help improve diversity in tech. Tech Ladies is an organization which aims to connect women in tech with job opportunities, career tips, and each other.
A cool breeze flows through a large oak tree in your neighbor's backyard. You never consciously noticed until the tree was forcibly removed to make room for some tiki torches and a pool with no deep end and a gross octopus mosaic. Suddenly, you miss the tree. Suddenly, the tree is the only thing that matters. Suddenly, you're purchasing tons and tons of Jello mix to pour into your neighbor's pool. Suddenly, you speak for the tree.
A new host! A new format! A new crushing question about recurring existential dread! All this and more in the thirteenth episode of Let's Talk, the podcast highlighting some of the internet's best conversations.
According to a poll by Quinnipiac University, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have greater than 50% unfavorable ratings among Americans. This episode was the first to be created with Anchor's Exporting tool, which makes it easy to turn any Anchor conversation into a podcast.
Is art for the artist? The people? Is it simply a product to be bought and sold, driven by market forces? Stephen Horst discusses these questions about art and more with the Anchor community.
There nothing quite like a first kiss. And we don't necessarily mean that in a good way, but you'll see. Enjoy listening to Anchor share some memorable early smooch memories and, if you dare, share your own!
Everyone is talking about bots, including the Anchor community. At this year's F8 conference, Facebook announced their new Messenger Platform, enabling developers to build bots for Messenger. Will bots take off? What is the future of bots? If you're only half sure what bots are, or what they could become, this is the conversation for you.
Are we all waiting for the red pill? Does an infinite universe mean we're most likely a simulation? Does it matter? Or is everyone their own individual universe?
Anchor launches a brand new product... an ingenious and not at all facetious wearable. The Anchor community responds.
Anchor discusses one of the oldest questions to plague mankind, touching on spirituality, biology, habit, instinct, and social pressure -- to name a few.
The world is lousy with platitudes and advice on waiting, but what does "waiting" really mean to us? Anchor asks the question: What are you waiting for?
Scott Belsky, General Partner at Benchmark and founder of Behance, talks with the Anchor community about the rarity of great design vs. the commoditization of the tech stack.
betaworks' head of investments Matt Hartman asks the Anchor community about their first first screen names on AOL. Featuring waves by Allison Behringer, Nathan Bashaw, and a dozen other members of the Anchor community.