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Quarantime! takes its inspiration from the feverish activity going on across the innovation landscape, yet under the radar of the national media. Cable News provides a breathless feed of White House statements, public health statistics, and Federal Reserve actions. We want to focus on the contributions of scientists, artists, social entrepreneurs, and communities from which we all can learn. The show is entertainment and showcase of our collective ingenuity and innovation, curious and connecting. It’s built for a moment when our human, social, emotional and media needs are different than they were only yesterday. Its aspiration is to build a foundation and connections for a more resilient tomorrow that can emerge once this crisis ends and we build our future.
Guests Scott Parish, LinkedIn’s Director of Product Marketing for High Growth Markets & Segments, & Karan Chopra, Co-Founder of Opportunity@Work join us to explore how we might connect people to critical jobs during COVID and energize and foster upward mobility for tens of millions of workers who don’t have college degrees and are in low paying jobs or are unemployed today but have learned plenty of valuable skills through alternate routes. 1 The Emergency Social Response Playbook – When an emergency strikes how might a…Find out more »
On today’s show we’ll be joined by Ward Bullard, Seema Jain, & Hailey Temple from MURAL, as well as Teri Schindler of team Polyplexus, a DARPA funded initiative into evidence-based conversations for exploring the science of science through the power of social media. Our very own Peter Hirshberg will be joined by Pete Williams to explain their vision of a sort of game that helps us all co-create & prototype a better tomorrow. Think Bucky Fuller’s world game meets the World’s Fair for the 21st century.Find out more »
In 1936 publisher Henry Luce imagined a new form of media based on the rapidly advancing art and power of photography. His awe was captured in this mission statement for Life Magazine: “To see life. To see the world. To watch the faces of the poor, and the gestures of the proud. To see strange things. Machines, armies, multitudes, and shadows in the jungle. To see, and to take pleasure in seeing. To see and be instructed. To see and…Find out more »