Nashville Tech Feed #28 - 2010 Review, 2011 Predictions & Hate Mail
The Nashville Feed · 70 minutes · 11 years ago

Nashville Tech Feed #28 - 2010 Review, 2011 Predictions & Hate Mail
The year 2010 flew by the Nashville Tech Feed picks our top stories for the year and then make predictions for 2011. Is the Nashville flood, or the Taylor Swift Moontoast venture or the successful year for the Nashville Tech Council the story of 2010? Are Tablets or XBOX Kinnect the gadget of 2011 and what do they have to do with the Nashville or the Music Industry? We get our first critical listener letter and it's a doosy. As always we end with "What we're Consuming" sharing what have been reading, games playing or music listening too. We are joined by the top notch panel of Craig Havighurst, Paul Schatzkin and Kate O'Neil.

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Hosts: David Beronja, Lucas Hendrickson, Craig Havighurst, Paul Schatzkin & Kate O’Neil

Links & More Notes:

What We're Consuming:

David - 1Password, FruitNinja for iPad, Wired print magazine
Lucas - "We'll Be Here For the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin' Showbiz Saga" by Paul Shaffer
Craig - The Head Game by Roger Kahn (not Roger Angell as I said on the 'cast) and Chasing The Title, a history of F1 racing by Nigel Roebuck.
Kate - Reading "Open Brand" by Kelly Mooney, "Business Model Generation" by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, "Best of 2010" $5 album downloads from Amazon
Paul - Presently reading: "You Are Not A Gadget" by Jaron Lanier, The Wordy Shipmates" and "Assassination Vacation," both by Sarah Vowel (KO - I LOVED "Assassination Vacation.") Next Up: "The Civil War" trilogy by Shelby Foote

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