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This week I’ve been wandering the hallways at the World Economic Forum meeting interesting people.Instead of keeping those conversations to myself I pulled out my iPhone 4 and recorded them with Cinchcast. Enjoy!
1. What it’s like to be a Quora reviewer, with Baidu’s Kaiser Kuo.
2. The Tech Guy (CTO) behind the World Economic Forum, Brian Behlendorf, told me about how the World Economic Forum is developing infrastructure and mobile apps to run the event.
3. Mashable’s founder, Pete Cashmore, talked about what he’s learned in Davos and the experiences he’s had. (He told me about dinner with a billionaire that could lead into something very special).
4. GE’s CMO, Beth Comstock is one of the top female executives in the world and she talked about what she’s trying to do to keep GE on top as one of the world’s largest corporations.
5. Discovered the future of “inside your body” drug tracking with Andrew Thompson, CEO of http://proteusbiomedical.com Mind-blowing technology to help people.
6. Discovered why people cheat and what the future of cheating (and beating cheaters) is with Duke University Professor Dan Ariely. Esther Dyson listened in and told me this was the best session of Davos for her.
7. The future of buildings with Serious Materials CEO, Kevin Surace.
8. How to protect your online reputation with Reputation.com’s CEO, Michael Fertik:
9. What are technology revolutions past and present with Esther Dyson.
10. The future of tablets and datacenters with Michael Dell.
12. The future of cities with Chris Luebkeman, director for Global Foresight at the World Economic Forum.
13. The state of social media communities and addiction with Clay Shirky.
14. About China’s tech status with Kai-Fu Lee, former head of Google in China.
15. I had my mind blown by Harvard’s John Clippinger who taught me about the algorithmic corporation.
16. What Facebook is doing at the World Economic Forum by having a conversation with Randi Zuckerberg.
17. Forester’s CEO, George Colony, told me about trends in tech (the web is dead!?!)
18. The state of online news with Huffington Post’s CEO Eric Hippeau.
19. Price Waterhouse Cooper’s CEO told me what he’s learned about how CEOs think by surveying thousands of CEOs for its annual CEO survey.
20. Bloggers are more loyal employees, I learned, by talking with Francisco D’Souza, CEO of cognisant, which has 100,000 employees.
Anyway, hope you enjoy these 20 conversations from the hallways at the World Economic Forum.
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