Prêt-à-Portable

 Technology consultant Sarah Slocum loves social media and her Google Glass, she wears them everywhere. But when she walked into Molotov’s, a bar on Haight Street in San Francisco, she discovered that not everyone shares her love for wearable gadgets. Also, your host makes his annual pilgrimage to SXSWi and ends up designing wearables at a surreal Hack Day. We also hear from Shingy, AOL’s Digital Prophet. He says wearables will allow us to have it both ways: we can be both digital and human.  **This episode features elements that were recorded binaurally. If you listen with a pair of headphones or a LiveAudio enabled JAMBOX, you will experience three dimensional sound – it will be like you are there.**

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2 thoughts on “Prêt-à-Portable

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  2. Jeff

    I hate jumping to conclusions when I hear someone on a podcast who sounds as insufferable a personality as Sarah Slocum. Maybe this is confirmation bias, but my search for info on Ms. Slocum ends here. Thanks for a thought-provoking podcast, B.W.

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