In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis say farewell to Christian Reber's time at 6Wunderkinder, close the book on Liberio (and open the chapter on entrepreneurs using failures for good PR), and get down with the kids with Wishbone.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis bring home the bacon with Sizzl, reminisce about the good old days thanks to Napster's hook up with Aldi, and go off on a tangent about international match fixing (obviously) whilst discussing DraftKings.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis bite back over food startups, laugh it up over the best jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe – there's a serious point in there somewhere, honestly – and wonder if the Ashley Madison hackers will target them next.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David is joined by Christoph Räthke of Berlin Startup Academy as guest co-host, and the pair talk about the feast of food-related startups, slate Ashton Kutcher's latest investment, and consider the untimely demise of Hitchbot.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis chat with Josh and Noah Telson from the awesome Piffle! podcast about sibling rivalry, crowdfunding and comedy, and play the usual games including App, Clap or Crab and the Please Rename Me Game.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis talk wearable toys, crunch some numbers (and question the resulting conclusions) and ponder just how a spacesuit can be in such a bad condition that it needs $500,000 for repairs.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis head to Tech Open Air sit outside, drink beer and chat with Eventbrite founder and CTO Renaud Visage, discussing all the usual topics including bacon, married founders and controversial photographers.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis drop some not-so-subtle hints about a freebie or two while discussing Brewbarrel, argue over Humancredit and the future of advertising, and see how Robot Wars has developed into a Japan vs US giant robot duel.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis consider teabagging with a difference, discuss fashion and flashy lights with Elektrocouture, and then Hack tests Hipster's knowledge of big tech hitters courtesy of Brainscape's startup flashcard app.
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis ponder Keydock and startup video stereotypes and then consider Felix Petersen's new role as a VC in Lisbon, before Travis fails to impress David with his attempts at chat-up lines courtesy of Flints. Shownotes: 00:05:21 - Keydock 00:13:57 - Felix Petersen 00:20:51 - Flint
In this week's Hipster & Hack, Travis is phoning it in as he and David discuss a Sand & Sky sale, ruminate on whether Urban Massage and its rivals will manage a happy ending, and pick through the purchase of 6Wunderkinder by Microsoft.
In the second guest episode of Hipster & Hack, David and Travis clink beers with SoundCloud's David Nöel, and discuss the company's values, its menacing team of robots, and David's mentoring work with Seedcamp. And the games are back as well! Shownotes 00:04:19 - SoundCloud 00:22:16 - Seedcamp 00:29:43 - App, Clap or Crap 00:36:18 - The Review Game
A special Hipster & Hack this week – David and Travis are joined by their first guest, Nate Elliott, to talk about his work at Forrester Research, before things get a bit silly with games including Jeoparody!, App Clap or Crap, and The Review Game. Shownotes: 00:05:06 - Jeoparady! (Game) 00:08:44 - Who is Nate Elliott? 00:23:17 - Meerkat 00:32:23 - App, Clap or Crap (Game) 00:39:04 - The Review Game (Game)
In this week's Hipster & Hack, lasers are the hot topic as the boys delight in Dedrone, an old friend returns in the form of Tech Berlin (and, erm, IBM), while VW's new Apple Watch app provokes a trip down memory lane to the joys of teenage driving. Shownotes: 00:04:10 - Dedrone 00:10:58 - TechBerlin 00:17:09 - Uninformed Apple News
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis disagree on whether 3D printed cars are très bon, get distracted from EyeEm's new marketplace by an inadvertent German pun, and get Taylor Swift and Katy Perry confused while dissing Tidal. Shownotes: 00:03:55 - Local Motors 3D-printed Car 00:12:01 - EyeEm Marketplace 00:19:18 - Tidal - All about the money?
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis talk about crowd funding houses with Property Partner, what drones mean for society and our future and if Universal will actually take all their music off of Spotify. Shownotes: 00:03:20 - Property Partner 00:09:12 - Skysense 00:14:39 - Universal/Spotify
In this week's Hipster & Hack, David and Travis consider the magic of 6Wunderkinder's new Folders feature, feel the beat with Soundbrenner's metronome, and try (and fail miserably) to make serious points about the British judges sacked for watching porn on work computers.