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Climate Change Part 2: The Mobilization

On Season 2, Episode 10 of Hyperlink Radio, it's Part 2 of The Seventh Generation—our two-part special on climate change. Host David Grabowski walks us through the underlying issues of the climate change crisis which he asserts isn't climate change itself, but the political stalemate that's blocking nationwide action. To get to the bottom of things, David is joined by Dan Kahan—the Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law & Professor of Psychology at Yale Law School and head of the Cultural...


Brands that Give Back - an Interview with Out of Print Co-Founder Todd Lawton

On Season 2, Episode 9 of Hyperlink Radio, Non Wels interviews Out of Print Co-Founder Todd Lawton about the transformative, magical world of books. Out of Print celebrates this literary magic, increasing literacy in the process. Non and Todd talk about the origin story of Out of Print: How a passion for books turned into a successful, mission-driven brand. Through the conversation, specifics are revealed about how Out of Print celebrates a nerd-status love of books while also sparking...


Net Neutrality Part 2: Exploring the New Battleground of the Debate over an Open Internet

On Season 2, Episode 8 of Hyperlink Radio, Ray Sylvester brings us up to speed on the ongoing battle for a free internet—the fight for net neutrality. In December of 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) put the kibosh on a two and a half year experiment in net neutrality. But that's not the end of the story, urges Ray: The battleground of this debate has shifted wide open. The fate of net neutrality is still undecided. What happens next? A survey by the University of Maryland...


Earholes & Eyeballs: What We're Listening To, Watching, Reading, and More!

On Season 2, Episode 7 of Hyperlink Radio, Non Wels sits down with fellow teammates, Sara Jane, Mindy Holahan Peters, and David Grabowski to talk about some of our favorite recent podcasts we're listening to, books we're reading, and music we're jamming to. It's another iteration of Earholes and Eyeballs on Hyperlink Radio! In this episode, in addition to what's keeping our eyes and earholes happy, we also take a moment and remind ourselves of the things in our lives that inspire each of us,...


Paper vs. Machine: The Security of American Voting with Barbara Simons, PhD

On Season 2, Episode 6 of Hyperlink Radio, Karen Beattie is delving into a facet of American democracy that's currently under serious threat: Voting. Is there any validity to the allegation of Russian hacking in the 2016 election? Are our current voting machines actually secure? How do we prepare for the future and ensure that our voting systems are fair and accurate? In today's episode, Karen Beattie interviews Barbara Simons, PhD, president of the non-partisan organization Verified Voting....


Nintendo: The Legacy of the World's Most Famous Video Game Company

On Season 2, Episode 5 of Hyperlink Radio, Ray Sylvester and Matthew Gartland get together to share in a bit of nostalgia. They're talking about Nintendo, the most popular video game company in the world and an enduring cultural legacy rooted in many of our childhoods. In fact, Nintendo is often credited with ushering in the current era of home gaming, as well as the advent of mobile gaming. But what makes Nintendo so special? Is it their characters? Their storytelling? Is it their...


Beyond Beekeeping with James Wolfin of the University of Minnesota Bee Lab

On Season 2, Episode 4 of Hyperlink Radio, Mindy Holahan Peters is sitting down with James Wolfin, a graduate student at the University of Minnesota Bee Lab to talk about the ongoing struggle to restore a healthy population of bees. But that endeavor isn't just for the bee labs and scientists—James and Mindy discuss what you can do to help encourage the bees in your neighborhood, short of becoming a hobby bee keeper. (And actually, James doesn't necessarily recommend you do that, either.)...


Whistleblowers: Don't Shoot the Messenger

On Season 2, Episode 3 of Hyperlink Radio, David Grabowski, Production Editor, and Ray Sylvester, Editor, sit down for an in-depth exploration of the world of whistleblowers—from Edward Snowden to its tricky place within gargantuan corporate structures, to its resonance in context of the courageous #MeToo movement. Plus, listen in for a crash course in Whistleblowing 101!


Brands That Give Back: an Interview with John Heymann of One World Play Project

On Season 2, Episode 2 of Hyperlink Radio, Non Wels, Integrated Solutions team member at Winning Edits, sits down John Heymann, CEO of One World Play Project, a company founded on a core of social goodness—creating ultra-durable play products for the less fortunate throughout the globe.


Climate Change Part 1: Science vs Skepticism

Dive inside the climate change crisis from the very beginning with host David Grabowski. Learn about the 97% consensus, the Paris Climate Accord, and the political polarization that's currently preventing national climate change action. This episode features an interview with special guest Dana Nuccitelli, an environmental scientist and Guardian blogger.


When Brands Get Political: an Interview with Dave Simnick of SoapBox

In January, a travel ban was signed by President Donald Trump, prompting backlash from prominent brands and CEOs, a Twitter campaign to delete Uber, and general chaos. But aside from the turmoil, the events prompted some critical questions: Should brands become politically involved? If so, how? Where's the line? (Is there a line?) Here today to answer some of those questions and dive deep into the future of activism on the part of CEOs and brands is Dave Simnick, CEO and Co-Founder of...


Pat Flynn: The Crash Test Dummy of Online Business

This week we have the pleasure of speaking with one of our most longstanding clients, someone whose work we’re incredibly proud to be supporting: Pat Flynn, the mastermind behind SmartPassiveIncome.com. Pat’s sitting down with our CEO, Matthew Gartland, who’s been working with Pat since the first edition of Let Go, a memoir about how Pat overcame adversity and pursued his own path. Now, in the wake of the revised edition of the book, Pat reflects on his success with podcasting, Smart Passive...


The Art of the Allergy-Free Dinner Party

This week we’re doing something a little different: We’re throwing a dinner party! Contributor Mindy Holahan Peters is describing the art of the modern dinner party. It’s all about accommodation. The art comes in balancing all your guest’s dietary restrictions, allergies, and as she says, “garden variety ‘I hate this food,’” to cook a meal that everyone likes. It can be a puzzle, so Mindy’s giving us some practical strategies and tactics so you can piece it all together.


Social Goodness at Scale: Adina Grigore of S.W. Basics

Sustainability and social responsibility can be a challenge, especially when you’re growing business partnerships with national retailers. Meet Adina Grigore, co-founder and CEO of S.W. Basics, a cosmetics company based in Brooklyn. She’s been a part of the wellness and beauty industry since 2008 and knows firsthand that doing the right thing isn’t always easy. In today's episode, Adina's talking with us about how she’s managed to scale her company up while maintaining commitments to clean...


Earholes & Eyeballs: What We're Watching, Reading, and Listening to This Season

There is a ton of great stuff out there right now: great podcasts, films, books, music, you name it. So next week, the Winning Edits team is sitting down to blab a little bit about what’s at the top of our queue—what our favorites are and why you should be listening, reading, watching, or dancing to them, right now. It’s going to be fun, so pull up a seat at the round table! Learn more about Hyperlink Radio, a proud production of Winning Edits, at HyperlinkRadio.io.


Net Neutrality, Part I

Join Hyperlink contributor Ray Sylvester as he reveals the incredibly complex issue underlying a simple term: net neutrality. The best way to understand it, he explains, is to ask yourself a simple question: Should your internet service provider be selling you bandwidth, or should your ISP be selling you content? Should your ISP get to choose what you have access to? It’s a simple question at the core of what could be the defining issue of the information age. The issue is heating up,...


The Culture of Commerce

Join Winning Edits CEO Matthew Gartland and Hyperlink Editor-in-Chief Janna Marlies Maron in a conversation about brands, branding, and the changing culture of modern commerce. Learn more about Hyperlink Radio, a proud production of Winning Edits, at HyperlinkRadio.io.


Season 1 Trailer

Learn what's to come on Season 1 of Hyperlink Radio!