Jan 12, 2021
In this episode, we discuss the Kaya decomposition - splitting CO2 emissions into CO2/energy, Energy/GDP, GDP/person, and population. We'll talk about its usefulness and limitations in tracking what drives carbon emissions.
Jan 7, 2021
I sat down with Paul Johnston (@PaulDJohnston), cloud computing
expert and tech/climate scholar, to talk about how the tech sector
should tackle climate change, as well as his experiences discussing
climate change with businesses and helping to run a community
=> How should technology companies approach...
Jan 1, 2021
Sometimes in this game you get to do an interview where you genuinely can say: "the person I'm about to interview needs no introduction." This is one of those occasions. But if I were to do that, it would wreck the fun of getting to introduce the interview, and why would I deprive myself of that?
So, this episode, we...
Dec 21, 2020
A bumper episode with a crop of interesting news stories to
round out the year:
-> Uber sells its self-driving car section, and Softbank sells robot company Boston Dynamics. What can we infer from these moves about the state of the tech sector?
-> Reports show income inequality rising since 1975 has resulted in $47...
Dec 19, 2020
It's a bonus news episode, in which I ramble on about the COVID-19 vaccines and the possibility of defending against future pandemics.