Hallway Chat #18 with Nabeel Hyatt (@nabeel) and Bijan Sabet (@bijan)

Today’s show: “What does Sony’s entry to VR mean for Oculus? Plus Calendars, Secret, and Reed Hastings latest moves.”

We recorded this show Friday afternoon but finally had a chance to post it today. Please send us your feedback and suggestions on topics  you would like us to cover on our next episode!

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This week on our “Hallway Chat” podcast Bijan and I talk about the 30th anniversary of the Mac, Facebook Paper, Android, and Tivo. 

We also had a lively discussion about the tension in growing a venture firm, but unfortunately due to audio issues I had to cut it out. Hopefully we will revisit the topic next time.

Click to play, or you can always subscribe to Hallway Chat via iTunes here as Apple still hasn’t kicked us off. 

bijan:

On Friday, 12/13, @nabeel and I recorded our latest edition of Hallway Chat.

Show notes:

  • Review of the new Nest Protect, Xmas drones & our surveillance state
  • Fred Wilson’s post & the future of capitalism
  • Twitter’s #1 ranking on Glassdoor & the nature of building a world class company culture
  • And a question for everyone on a company communication tools we should try

As always, thanks for listening and feedback welcome!

Hallway Chat #15

The first bi-coastal podcast for Bijan and I. Some heavy gadget talk today, talked through the Pebble, Leap Motion, and iPhone 5s. We also talk crowd funding and accelerator mentorship. As always, drop a note if you want us to cover something next time. 

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Hallway Chat, #12. 

How should entrepreneurs manage themselves through the “barbell” of today’s funding environment?  Plus a rundown of some interesting new tech out of CES, and a brief review of the amazing new Sony RX1 digital camera, a full frame sensor in a compact size. All in under 20 minutes. 

Previous episodes are here. Or subscribe through iTunes

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Today @bijan and i discussed:

- iPad Mini and whether Apple’s best days are behind them, and my decision to take another Android plunge
- Where are the future of consumer electronics and hardware startups headed?
- Our different take on Eric Feng’s post App Prosperity
- Discovering other podcasts (please share your recommendations in the comments)

You can now subscribe to our podcast on iTunes. Thanks for listening!

Update : looks like this episode hasn’t made it to iTunes yet. Hopefully it will get there soon!