Searching for Salai

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Leonardo da Vinci. A master of his time. A timeless icon. But everything we thought we knew about him is being called into question. A mysterious scholar has emerged, surfacing eerily specific accounts of the great master's life. He claims that he's from the Italian Renaissance, that he was ‒ and is ‒ a long-time pupil and good friend of Leonardo himself. He says we are living in a Digital Renaissance. He claims that he's traveled to this time using blockchain, IoT, and other technology.
Searching for Salai is the first fiction podcast brought to you by SAP, thanks to the new Digital Renaissance. Are you ready for it?
10 episodes
10 episodes
This is such a fun adventure! It´s about history, timetravel and science, but it´s also a story of an interesting man and a quest to find out who he really is. Charlotte as the investigative podcaster is believable, relatable and well acted. I really enjoyed this show.
This was commissioned by tech companies SAP and Column 5 as part of their marketing strategy, and so it pitches a rather utopian view of information technology, drawing parallels between the current digital age and the Renaissance period. My cynicism aside, it's a fun ride as Warburton tries to figure out if she can trust this guy whom she finds herself strongly drawn to. Also, I did a double take when I realized that Nicole Pacent was the actress.

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Jul 31st, 2018
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Nov 26th, 2018
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