Past Present Podcast: Boy Scouts, Eugenics, and Eloping

Boy Scouts

In this week’s episode of Past Present, Niki, Natalia, and Neil debate Trump’s divisive speech before the Boy Scouts, the return of eugenics in criminal justice, and the rising wave of elopements. Boy Scouts Donald Trump’s recent speech at the […]

Green Week: Rick Turoczy and Stephen Green on Growing Silicon Forest

Stephen Green interviews Rick Turoczy

Kicking off Green Week at Pregame HQ, Stephen Green interviewed Rick Turoczy, a founder of PIE PDX, the tech accelerator embedded at the headquarters of global creative agency Wieden+Kennedy. Rick’s recent work has moved away from physical educational space and into its own incubation. […]

Past Present Podcast: Harambe the Gorilla, Baylor Football, and Peter Thiel’s Gawker Vendetta

harambe the gorilla

On this week’s Past Present podcast, Niki, Neil, and Natalia discuss Harambe, Ken Starr at Baylor, and Peter Thiel’s attack on Gawker. Harambe the Gorilla Cincinnati Zoo officials recently killed Harambe, a silverback gorilla, when a four-year-old boy slipped into […]

Past Present Podcast: Apple v. US, Michael Pollan, and Guantanamo Bay

michael pollan cooked fact check

On this week’s Past Present podcast, Nicole Hemmer, Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, and Neil Young discuss Apple vs. the US, Michael Pollan’s “Cooked,” and Guantanamo Bay. Apple vs U.S. The federal government has sued Apple to develop technology that will allow […]

Ask the Strategist: Rules for Collaborating with Driven People

Harvest Zau Marsh

“Ask the Strategist” tackles your questions about productivity, operations, decision making, and results. Hey Sebastian – One of my most persistent collaboration issues is working with forceful, headstrong personalities. A powerful, long-term drive can simultaneously create a deep and innovative subject matter […]