InvestStream – Our New Podcast

A few weeks ago, my friend Harjit, and I decided to start recording our conversations about the economy, startups, and tech in the US and India and sharing it with people that may be interested. We are calling this podcast InvestStream. We’ve done two episodes so far and plan to do it weekly.

We’ve discussed everything from market stats to central bank monetary policy to fund raises by startups to where the blockchain and cryptocurrency worlds may be headed. We would love some honest, critical feedback on this experiment and what we can do to improve it. We are still playing with the format and we could really use your feedback on what you find useful.

We will plan to keep the conversation from 20-30 minutes and we will have both audio only versions on SoundCloud as well as video.

The audio episodes are available on SoundCloud.

The full video episode Youtube playlist is below.

We’ve also broken up the second episode into snippets around specific topics. This allows for much shorter videos ranging from 2 – 7 minutes and allows the viewer watch only what they find relevant.

Snippets Playlist

Please subscribe to the SoundCloud or YouTube channels and share your feedback.

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TED talks on Google Video

Google is making available video from the TED (Technology, Entertainment & Design) conferences. Among videos available are talks from former Vice President Al Gore, NYTimes Writer, David Pogue, and leadership trainer and motivational speaker, Tony Robbins. Some of the talks are funny, some thought provoking, and some just plain interesting. Check it out.

Official Google Blog: TED talks on Google Video

TED stands for Technology, Entertainment & Design. For more than 15 years TED has produced a conference notable for its eclectic and stimulating mix of thinkers, leaders and doer from many fields. Traditionally, about 1,000 TEDsters gather each February at an exclusive invitation-only program in Monterey, California. Until recently, most of us could only read about TED or these talks — but now talks are available online via Google Video, as well as at the TED site.

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