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Tech startups aren't just in Silicon Valley anymore. Okay, well, most of them are, but their target markets are much more diversified. From agriculture to deliver, Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward explore their own Top 5 lists of new and exciting startups to pay attention to over the next few months and years.
Chase Raz addresses the topic of digital distractions in the hopes of starting a Multinewmedia community conversation on not only what distractions to avoid, but how to avoid unknown or unrecognized distractions.
Chase Raz spent a portion of his spare time in 2016 developing a new site for Multinewmedia... from scratch. This labor of love is currently live--since December 2016--and is ready to birth a new CSS UI library and JavaScript UX libary into the world, or maybe not! Chase seeks input from hosts Christopher Woodward and Chris Ayers, as well as guest Marc Christ on the status, functionality, and appearance of the site. It's not all roses, but the general concensus seems to be that things are at least okay, if not pretty darn good.
Carl Pullein is a business owner, consultant, author, and teacher. His business, Fandcorp Business Solutions helps international businesses, especially Korean, operate in the English speaking world. Carl's university work and other projects all center around creativity and productivity. In this episode, Carl and Chase Raz talk about these topics which are of interest to almost all business professionals: creativity, productivity, and communication.
So, you went and got fat in 2015 and now you've decided to get in shape in 2016. Chase Raz and Chris Ayers will help you the best they can by reviewing what consumer tech tools and devices are available to help.
Jay Andrews, a school psychologist and founder of the TechParental website and YouTube channel, visist Multinewmedia for the first time to open a dialog about parenting in the 21st century. Jay chats with Chase Raz about content creation, cyberbullying, tech devices for families, and the future skills children should be learning. Jay explains that he and Christopher Woodward went to school each other and how serendipitious it is that Chase found Jay independently of Christopher through social media.
A live recording with Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward as they present Social Media Growth Strategies as a part of the 2017 Full Sail University Summer Continue Education lineup. Chase and Christopher will discuss four common strategies by dividing social networks into three types: status-based, interest-based, and network-based.
Work is for work, or is it? Chase Raz and Chris Ayers explore whether all work and no play make them dull boys or more productive employees. Put down your office PS4 controller and meet us at the parking lot basketball court to examine employee recreation at work.
For the first time, you'll get behind-the-microphone details about the making of the show, what the hosts talk about, and how often Chase messes up.
Allan Kelly, known as "Agile Allan", joins Chase Raz to talk about Agile and its importance in the world of technology and software development. Allan is a London-based former professional programmer and is currently a consultant, presenter, and writer specializing on topics that merge busienss practices with technology best practices. Allan and Chase discuss how business people can better understand Agile, and even explore the economics of the future as it relates to knowledge workers and technological productivity.
Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward have both been spending some time in central Florida's theme parks. They are dehydrated, exhausted, and slightly annoyed with questionable business practices, but still find time to talk about the technologies that they observe in use by theme parks. It used to be that theme parks introduced the masses to technology, now they use technology themselves to (attempt) to manage crowds, emotions, and entertainment.
Chase Raz takes the Multinewmedia podcast mobile and talk about the top tools needed to be productive while away from the office. Whether vacationing over the summer or heading out to conferences, this episode will give you all of the tech suggestions you need to keep your business running smoothly.
Data breaches, inside jobs, and OS snooping, oh my! Chris Ayers and ChaseRaz discuss recent technology news and then topical security issues in computing.
This week, Chase Raz and Chris Ayers explore what businesses, especially small businesses, need to get going in the world of electronic commerce. Online retail has been around more than two decades, but many businesses are still not leveraging these technologies to the best of their ability. If you're looking to get up to speed on the basics of e-commerce and don't know where to start, this episode can help.
In the centennial episode of Multinewmedia, Chase Ras and Chris Ayers reconfirm the purpose of Multinewmedia and recommit to you, our listener. This episode skips the normal celebrations and self-aggrandizing found in most milestone podcast episodes and instead opens the show up more than ever for listener feedback and interaction. This episode presents the European Union's GDPR as a Definition of the Day.
Chase Raz and Chris Ayers talk about what tech to get the kids and adults in your life during the holiday gift-giving season. We also discuss the office tools that should be procured for our employees to be happier and more productive in the New Year.
Our world seems to be full of such turmoil and chaos right now. From never-ending war and embarrasing statesmen on one side, and fanciful visions of an immediately possible future on the other. Chase Raz goes solo to explore some of the sources of posititivity and negativity directly surrounding his professional life and helps make sense of how businessess can navigate this new normal, connects technology as the partial source of conflict, and offers a suggestion on how to mitigate business problems as a result of the clash between optimism and pessimism.
Sci-fi always seems to have nothing to do with business at first, but then you remember that almost every major tech and business breakthrough in the last half century has been predicted or inspired by fiction. Join Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward in tipping you off on the technologies to monitor for competitive advantages.
Chase Raz, Christopher Woodward, and Chris Ayers each share a brief list of three things they believe will be "big" in business and technology throughout 2018. This episode concludes our third season and prepares us for the upcoming new year. Happy Holidays to all of our listeners, colleagues, friends, and family!
This week we're exploring the use of Narratives. Chase Raz and Chris Ayers detail why telling stories through your business is important and how it impacts marketing, eployee retention, and of course, revenue.
Fitbit, Pebble, Microsoft Band, and the upcoming Apple Watch... what gives with this whole wearable trend in technology?
It has been a few weeks since the show has posted regularly, so ChaseRaz and Chris Ayers talk through the conferences that have happened throughout April and the first part of May 2016. The conferences are explored from a vantage point of whats-to-come rather than a news recap.
Serverless computing (or serverless functions) absolutely involve the use of servers, just not your own. In this episode, Chase Raz and Chris Ayers deep dive into what serverless functions are and what some of the common business use cases are. After listening to this episode, you'll better understand who provides serveless computing resources, what you can do with serverless functions, and how to begin a conversation with your developer on deploying serverless functions for your business.
Chase Raz and Chris Ayers discuss the imminent release of Windows 10 and what the new OS signals for the future of Microsoft.
Chase Raz and Christopher Woodward are back for part two of "Tech Blunders". They'll discuss things that could have been big, but weren't. Like last week, the blunders reviewed all happened in the late 20th or early 21st century, but their specific reasons for failure were extremely varied. The selections on this week's--and last week's--lists are offered as food for thought for modern business people, product developers, and marketers to contemplate.
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Podcast Details

Started
Feb 23rd, 2015
Latest Episode
Feb 4th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
110
Avg. Episode Length
44 minutes
Explicit
No

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