Rework

A podcast by Basecamp about the better way to work and run your business. We bring you stories and unconventional wisdom from Basecamp’s co-founders and other business owners.

https://rework.fm

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 27m. Bisher sind 114 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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episode 78: Remote Work: Extreme Edition (Rerun)


A rerun of a 2019 interview with a scientist working in the South Pole.


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episode 77: Remote Work Q&A, Part 2


Basecamp co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson answer questions about working remotely.


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episode 77: The Distance: Steeped In History


We're replaying an episode of our previous podcast, The Distance, about New York Chinatown's oldest dim sum parlor.


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episode 76: Remote Work Q&A, Part 1


Basecamp co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson answer questions about working remotely.


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   52m
 
 

episode 76: The (Social) Distance


A short update on how Basecamp is dealing with COVID-19.


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episode 75: Work, Rest, and What You Will


How America (briefly) got the 8-hour work day.


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episode 74: Rug Life


"The best thing about owning a business is it allows you to say, 'Okay, who do I want to be?'"


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 2020-03-03  27m
 
 

episode 73: Delete Your Account


In this episode, Basecamp data analyst Jane Yang talks about a big, ongoing project at the company to clean up those inactive accounts and give former customers what we all deserve: the right to be forgotten on the Internet.


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 2020-02-25  27m
 
 

episode 72: Extreme Capitalism with Jason Calacanis


Basecamp co-founder and CTO David Heinemeier Hansson sits down with entrepreneur and angel investor Jason Calacanis to debate the gig economy, democratic socialism, and whether the American dream is dead.


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 2020-02-20  59m
 
 

episode 72: Poetry at Work


Some of our most famous poets had day jobs: Robert Burns was a tax collector; William Carlos Williams was a doctor; Audre Lorde was a librarian and professor. Poetry has a lot to say about work and can serve as a meeting place, a provocative memo, or a br


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 2020-02-18  25m