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UNCO

By Timothy Buck

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An interview podcast about what's unusual in tech by Timothy Buck

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An interview podcast about what's unusual in tech by Timothy Buck

iTunes Ratings

13 Ratings
Average Ratings
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Good Insights

By WesternFly10 - May 15 2018
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Every episode is packed full of great content. This is easily my new favorite podcast!

Not just for technophiles

By rcthompson - Mar 22 2018
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Tim’s conversations are informative and relative to those working in the design field as well.

iTunes Ratings

13 Ratings
Average Ratings
11
2
0
0
0

Good Insights

By WesternFly10 - May 15 2018
Read more

Every episode is packed full of great content. This is easily my new favorite podcast!

Not just for technophiles

By rcthompson - Mar 22 2018
Read more

Tim’s conversations are informative and relative to those working in the design field as well.

Top 10 Episode of UNCO

Rank #1: 022: Apple's 4-Pronged Media Strategy with Eric Young

Jul 10 2018
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Eric Young works in research and strategy for NBCUniversal. His understanding of Hollywood and the media landscape along with his strongly-held views on Apple made for a great conversation about Apple’s media strategy across music, video, news, podcasts and more.

Rank #2: 018: Strategy, Strategy, Strategy with Ryan Jones

Jun 05 2018
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Ryan Jones, founder of Weather Line and Flighty, joined me after the Keynote to discuss Apple’s announcements and what they say about their strategy.

Rank #3: 020: The Intersection of Design, Technology and Culture with May-Li Khoe

Jun 26 2018
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May-Li Khoe is the VP of Design at Khan Academy and long-time Apple designer who worked on software for the first iPhone and early stage human interface design research for Force Touch, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, HomePod and more.  We had a wonderful discussion about her time at Apple, the intersection of design, technology and culture, dark patterns, design with a capital D, and more.

Rank #4: 010: Construction and Roosters with Ben Bajarin

Apr 03 2018
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My special guest this week is Ben Bajarin, the founder of Techpinions and principal analyst at Creative Strategies where he leads primary research into consumer technology. We discussed Apple’s strategy to position the iPad for education (not necessarily the education market), the possibility of talent drain from Facebook, positive movement toward diversity in tech and more.

Rank #5: 013: Social Media is a Lie with Georgia Dow

Apr 24 2018
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Georgia Dow brought her unique perspective as both a psychotherapist and a tech writer for iMore to the show. We discussed the intersection of social media and mental health, privacy, the robotpocolypse and more.

Rank #6: 011: Apple, Education and Chattanooga with Bradley Chambers

Apr 10 2018
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This week I sat down with Bradley Chambers to discuss Apple and eduction. Bradley brings a unique perspective on this topic as both the Director of IT at a school in Tennessee and a regular technology writer for 9to5Mac and The Sweet Setup.

Rank #7: 012: Kinda All Over the Place with Josh Centers

Apr 17 2018
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Josh Centers joined me to discuss Apple’s path under Tim Cook, the power of consistently creating and sharing what you create, the impact of technology on politics and more. Josh is a writer over at Tidbits and an author of several books on technology that you can find at Takecontrolbooks.com.

Rank #8: 021: #VoiceFirst with Cassidy Williams

Jul 03 2018
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Cassidy Williams, head of developer voice programs working on Alexa for Amazon. We talked about voice-first user experience, designing voice-first with a screen, building feedback loops into voice-first tools, the future of voice-first computing and more.

Rank #9: 028: A Design Career, but Like Kanye with Jason Yuan

Aug 28 2018
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Jason Yuan is a design intern at Apple. We discussed his journey from theatre school to working in Cupertino, difficulties of breaking into the tech world, design celebrity culture, creating a Kanye book with depth, and more.

Rank #10: 016: A Bit of a Privacy Minefield with Paul and Mark Johnson

May 22 2018
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Mark and Paul Johnson are friends of mine and the founders of an education platform company called Pathwright. They joined me to talk about how we see technology impacting education over the next 50 years, how Google Duplex could replace the need for tools like Zapier, the downstream effects of self-driving cars, what we want to see from Apple at WWDC and more.