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Cesar Kuriyama

9 Podcast Episodes

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Passions and Personal Projects with Cesar Kuriyama

Talking Too Loud with Chris Savage

1 Second Everyday has previously reached #1 on the app store. While attending art school, Cesar studied visual effects, animation, and becoming a 3D artist. Links to learn more about Cesar:Cesar’s LinkedInFollow us: twitter.com/wistiaSubscribe: wistia.com/series/talking-too-loudLove what you heard? Leave us a review!We want to hear from you! Write in and let us know what you think about the show, who you’d want us to interview on future episodes, and any feedback you have for our team.

44mins

15 Feb 2022

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Ep 97 Building an Accidental Business (with Cesar Kuriyama)

Business of Software Podcast

Cesar worked in advertising before leaving it all behind to pursue his own personal creative endeavours; among them a personal project – 1SecondEveryday.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/business-of-software/message

1hr 7mins

25 Jan 2022

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Helping People Remember (Pandemic) Life for 1 Second Everyday (with Cesar Kuriyama)

Culturally Relevant with David Chen

David chats with Cesar Kuriyama, the founder and CEO of 1 Second Everyday, about how he created a company that helps people make a movie out of their lives and how his company has fared during the pandemic.Support me on Patreon!Links:Learn more about 1 Second EverydayWatch Cesar's TED TalkWatch Cesar's cool music videoWatch/Read about David's reflections on 1 Second Everyday Weekly Recommendations:The Renner FilesThe Three Body ProblemLet me know your feedback for the podcast by emailing culturallyrelevantshow(AT)gmail(DOT)com.Follow the show on Twitter.Find every episode of the show at CulturallyRelevantShow.com.This episode was produced and edited by David Chen and powered by Simplecast.

1hr 14mins

30 Oct 2020

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1 Second Everyday Founder Cesar Kuriyama | Episode 23

The Ones Who Succeed

This week on the program, a conversation with Cesar Kuriyama, the founder of 1 Second Everyday. What started as a TED Talk back in 2013 featuring Cesar's experience capturing 1 second of his life every day for an entire year, eventually turned into a mobile app enabling 1 Second Everyday users all over the world to do the same. Today, 1 Second Everyday has over 20 employees and is beloved as a modern-day diary, enabling users like myself to preserve and remember every captured day of their lives, one second at a time. This conversation was recorded on June 16th, 2020, thank you for listening :)

38mins

22 Jul 2020

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#141 – Bootstrapping an App to Millions Through Sheer Persistence with Cesar Kuriyama of 1 Second Everyday

Indie Hackers

When Cesar Kuriyama (@cesarkuriyama) first got started, he had nothing but a dream of freedom, an app idea, and a rapidly declining bank account. When every dev shop in New York City turned him down, things looked dire. But through sheer persistence and a penchant to seize every opportunity in front of him, Cesar managed to create an experience that people loved, give a talk on the TED main stage, launch a successful Kickstarter campaign, bootstrap his app to millions of dollars in revenue, and even get it featured in a Jon Favreau movie. In this episode we break down Cesar's improbable path to success, and in the process discover why you should never give up as a founder.Transcript, speaker information, and more: https://www.indiehackers.com/podcast/141-cesar-kuriyama-of-1-second-everyday

1hr 33mins

2 Jan 2020

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Episode #95: One Second Every Day (Cesar Kuriyama)

The Limit Does Not Exist

Do you remember what you were doing last Tuesday? Cesar Kuriyama does. He’s a director, animator, 3D VFX artist and the creator of the 1 Second Everyday app, which records—you guessed it—one second of every single day. You’ll hear about Cesar’s life-changing journey that began with a decision to quit his job in advertising and take a full year off. Plus, the power of memory triggers, why “creative human person” is Cesar’s title of choice, and how it all traces back to Doogie Howser.

49mins

29 Apr 2018

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One Second Every Day (Cesar Kuriyama)

The Limit Does Not Exist

Do you remember what you were doing last Tuesday? Cesar Kuriyama does. He’s a director, animator, 3D VFX artist and the creator of the 1 Second Everyday app, which records—you guessed it—one second of every single day. You’ll hear about Cesar’s life-changing journey that began with a decision to quit his job in advertising and take a full year off. Plus, the power of memory triggers, why “creative human person” is Cesar’s title of choice, and how it all traces back to Doogie Howser. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

43mins

29 Apr 2018

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69: 1 Second Every Day with Cesar Kuriyama

Digital Mindfulness

69: 1 Second Every Day with Cesar Kuriyama by Digital Mindfulness

54mins

8 Mar 2017

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Recording Your Life: Cesar Kuriyama On Crowdfunding ‘1 Second Everyday’, TED Talks & ‘Chef’ Movie

Crowd Scene | Crowdfunding Success Stories

Imagine a movie that includes everyday of the rest of your life. What would you choose to remember? TED speaker and creator of the ‘1-Second Everyday’ app, Cesar Kuriyama, is our guest in this episode of Crowd Scene. Cesar remembers exactly what he has been doing every day for the last five years. And that’s thanks to the app he created, called ‘1-Second Everyday’. In this episode, Cesar explains how ‘1-Second Everyday’ works, how he was selected to do a TED Talk that’s been viewed over a million times, and how that led to a massively successful Kickstarter and his work being featured recently in a recent hit film. And all it started with quitting his job. Cesar’s Kickstarter campaign attracted a huge amount of media attention and more than 11,000 backers, who shared his passion for this project and raised close to $60,000.You can find more information about this episode and all our of our guests on crowdsceneshow.com

1hr 24mins

18 Nov 2015