Internet History Podcast

A history of the Internet Era from Netscape to the iPad. Oral histories from the people that made the technology happen. "Chapter" episodes providing background on the history of the companies.

https://play.acast.com/s/internethistorypodcast

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 58m. Bisher sind 214 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 17 hours 28 minutes

subscribe
share





(Feed Drop) Command Line Heroes


Search for Command Line Heroes anywhere you listen to podcasts.


share







 2020-10-31  34m
 
 

202. The del.icio.us Story With Joshua Schachter


Joshua Schachter, founder of del.icio.us, is someone I’ve wanted to talk to from the very first day of this podcast. As we’ll discuss, del.icio.us was such a standard bearer of the web 2.0 era. Of user generated content. Of sharing long before Facebook...


share







 2020-10-23  1h0m
 
 

201. The History of Audible With Angelika Fuellemann


Angelika Fuellemann is a designer who worked early on with BookSense.com, then got hired by Audible early on, so this is the early story of Audible. It’s funny… audio, streaming music, podcasts, audiobooks, it seems so obvious now, but it really is fun...


share







 2019-08-11  25m
 
 

Untitled Episode


Angelika Fuellemann is a designer who worked early on with BookSense.com, then got hired by Audible early on, so this is the early story of Audible. It’s funny… audio, streaming music, podcasts, audiobooks, it seems so obvious now, but it really is fun...


share







 2019-08-10  25m
 
 

200. Professional Blogging Pioneer Josh Marshall


Josh Marshall is one of the key people who brought blogging into the realm of serious, award winning and respectable journalism. The story of his blog/publication, Talking Points Memo, or TPM is the story of blogging becoming legit and serious, but als...


share







 2019-07-14  1h17m
 
 

199. Is Tech Making Us- Bored, Lonely, Angry, Stupid?


Is technology really rotting our brains, destroying our society... or is that what everyone has always worried about with every technological advance, going back to tv, or telephones, or even writing letters? The new book, Bored, Lonely, Angry, Stupid:...


share







 2019-07-01  40m
 
 

198. Inventor of the Hashtag, Chris Messina


Well, as we say in this episode, he’ll always be known as the inventor of the hashtag, but Chris Messina has been central to so many things in tech over the last 20 years or so. Helped Mozilla launch Firefox. Founded BarCamp where so much Web 2.0 goodn...


share







 2019-06-16  1h15m
 
 

197. The Internet Bookshop Story With the Tech Business History Podcast


I’ve said before I wish I could cover technology history beyond just North America, more… Well, Charles Miller has started a great podcast in Britain called Tech Business History. Charles used to report on the tech business as a BBC documentary produce...


share







 2019-06-02  50m
 
 

196. Google, Twitter and More With Karen Wickre


Everyone knows Karen Wickre, because she’s one of those classic connectors. Once we finally got in touch, I wasn’t surprised to learn we knew about half a dozen of the same people though we had never remotely crossed paths. But Karen knows everyone bec...


share







 2019-05-18  1h30m
 
 

195. Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott


Kevin Scott is the current Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft. We talk about his entire career, how being an academic seemed to be his path before he transformed the ads system at Google. Then he revolutionized the entire advertising industry at AdM...


share







 2019-05-04  1h25m