Here is a transcript of Moxie Podcast Number 6.
It was made possible by the kind folks at at Transcribe Me and the generous support of Internet NZ. If you have not already, go visit the nethui site and check out what went down at the conference earlier on this month.
This is the podcast from the sixth Moxie session, held 1 July 2013 in Auckland, New Zealand.
It was made possible by the generous support of Internet NZ, creators of the marvelous Nethui, amongst other good things.
The topic is:
Is New Zealand an innovative place, particularly for internet-enabled things? What are we good at, what do we contribute to the global marketplace of ideas from all the way down here, and what could be done to improve things? Does the word ‘innovation’ really mean anything anyway?
- Will Charles on the link between universities and the private sector
- Richard Fraser on NG Connect and the value of very fast internet to innovation
- Brett O’Riley on what Auckland can contribute and how it competes regionally
Interview by Glenn Williams.
Listen or subscribe to the series via iTunes or through the magic of RSS from http://moxie.libsyn.com/rss
Listen now on Mixcloud.
Since the next Moxie Session is about the diaspora, this article from the Sydney Morning Herald might be of interest.
Thanks to alert reader Vaughn of Auckland for sending it our way.
Alert readers will no doubt have already noticed a column on the Moxie Session discussion on the UFB appeared in the NBR last week.
Nice work Vaughn.
The intention is to do this regularly, so that the full set of Moxie Session outputs will be the session itself, a podcast interview, a transcript, and a written column.
I was fortunate enough to facilitate a session at Internet NZ’s Nethui the week before last. I have finally got around to tidying things up. So here are the notes from the session and the Storifyed version of the tweetstream.
Thanks to @DavidMorrisonNZ for his efforts on the note-taking on the day, and @GetOnNZ for most of the tweets. Good times. Interesting topics.