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Kibbles n Kibitz

The guys look at how Amazon wants to deliver packages to your car and what the case for that might be. Destiny 2 has new downloadable content (DLC) available, but is it enough to bring the guys back around to play again - especially when they are spending so much time playing Fortnite? Alexa gets a bit more conversational and everyone is trying to catch up to Google right now while the Supreme Court allows the states to choose how to deal with sports gambling for the first time since...


Tech Ketchup

Season 2 kicks off in a big way as Neal Tardy joins Indy GeekCast as a permanent resident of the show and talks tech news while catching up with regular host Matt Ray. We talk about yet another new Facebook "scandal", the reality of virtual reality as seen in the hit film and book Ready Player One, and more. Intro Bump: "Piratos" by WOWA [Web]


Tiffney McElroy

Guest: Tiffney McElroy, Serial Entrepreneur and Owner of Connect4 Quick note: This was recorded in a coffee shop and definitely has some background noise. Maybe you dig it as a one-off experience or maybe you don't. Either way, let me know how it lands with you, please! When I think of someone who has a lot going on, I always think of Tiffney. She is oved by engineers for her focus on cultural fit when looking to matchmake a candidate with a local company. She is working on a clothing...


Agile Games

Guest: Britney Earwood for Agile Games To celebrate the 1 year "birthday" of Agile Games in Indianapolis, the crew with Agile Games put on a series of games styled after the "Who's Line Is It Anyway?" improv show. So, this episode is a recording of that Agile Games session and Britney Earwood, one of Agile Games' meetup coordinators, providing some context both before and after the live recording. If you have heard of Agile methodology for project management or just enjoying hearing...


Theresa Hardy

Guest: Theresa Hardy, Senior Consultant at Moser Consulting Theresa is a friend I made while working with the Indiana State Department of Health and has proven to be an insightful ally that has willed her way with great skill onward and upward. On her journey she has collected some great Do's and Don'ts that are great for those just entering the world of IT, but also sage enough for a good review for those of us that have been at it for a while. Her message resonates not just in IT, but...


Jeff Reklau

Guest: Jeff Reklau, Business Relationship Manager at Community Health Network Longtime friend and one-time coworker Jeff Reklau comes on the podcast and provides valuable insight into his career progression from the days when we didn't know what we didn't know to being a highly competent connector of ideas, resourcing, and prioritization on top of the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare. Yeah, and he didn't even pay me to say that! Jeff is fun, engaging, and provides a great glimpse...


Lisa Mitchell

Guest: Lisa Mitchell, The People Reader Lisa drops by the studio with her entourage (well, Kim) to talk the power of body language. We hear how her tipping point of being stretched paper-thin by the demands of "always say yes" ultimately led her to where she is today. Lisa notes how much is lost in translation when we are tweet-storming each other. She has a new podcast that just launched and Matt has already implemented some of what she teaches. Everyone agrees you shouldn't be a troll...


Dr. Allison Barber

Guest: Dr. Allison Barber, Chancellor of Western Governors University Indiana Dr. Allison Barber pops by to provide some historical insights into the why and how WGU was formed. Matt is pleasantly surprised he isn't in trouble while in front of an academic administrative figure. The online university is no longer an awful punishment for those that can't attend traditionally. Allison explains competency-based cirriculum vs. warming a seat with your bottom for a few hours. Intro Bump: "Our...


Larry D. Sweazy

Guest: Larry D. Sweazy, author of Where I Can See You and many more Larry is an awesome AND local author (Noblesville) and caters to many genres. His latest book, "Where I Can See You", came highly recommended from the staff at Barnes & Noble and I personally back them up on that. Weaving in notes from younger days (for both of us), the story does a great job of capturing the intersection between childhood perceptions of events and places and the adult context and analysis of those years...


Patrick and Savannah O'Connor

Guests: Patrick and Savannah O'Connor of The Shake Ups Patrick and Savannah, two fifths of The Shake Ups, join me just in time for the release of their umpteenth (totally a number) album. This time The Shake Ups are headed to Beach City to celebrate their love of Steven Universe, an awesome cartoon from Cartoon Network that has blown past 3 seasons already. Patrick and Savannah hit us with their origin story, influences both real an imagined (by Matt), and Matt thinks people assume local...


Ed Cho and Lee Cherolis

Guests: Ed Cho and Lee Cherolis, creators of Little Guardians Ed and Lee traversed the dangerous u-turns of doom on their Google Map quest to partake in our chat. Thankfully, they made it and were able to educate me on the enormous amount of talent they have along with many other web comic and print comic creators in the area. Little Guardians is a great all-ages comic that is seeing a rebirth through Scout Comics print and distribution. Definitely one to check out and look for this pair...


Brea Dantin

Guests: Brea Dantin of ProCourse Fiduciary Advisors Brea (that's a long "e" sound) pops in to talk over various facets of technology in both personal and professional life, gaze into the crystal ball of technology, and talk about the intersection of her world view with preparing client's for retirement. Intro Bump: "Legend Of Zelda ReMix II" by nokbient [SoundCloud]


Justin and Dan Tech Roundtable

Guests: Justin Kittle of OurHealth and Dan Plumlee of the Indianapolis Colts Just a heads-up: this is a long one! Justin and Dan pop by to walk through news and events. Justin wants a self-driving car if the money is right, Dan wants his connected devices to order beer, and Matt really wants a tech tattoo for no good reason. Intro Bump: "Super Mario Bros 2: Overworld Theme (ThisNameIsAFail Remix)" by ThisNameIsAFail [SoundCloud]


Dr. Vince Bertram

Guest: Dr. Vince Bertram, President and CEO at Project Lead The Way Dr. Vince Bertram joins me to talk through the awesome impact his organization is having in pushing the importance of STEM throughout the state and our nation. Beyond that, we dive into the state of education in general and my guest drops knowledge bombs 20+ years in the making from his amazing career across the spectrum of education and leadership. Intro Bump: "Dragon Age Inquisition Theme (Dawn Will Come Remix)" by...


Justin Kittle

Guest: Justin Kittle, IT Operations Manager at OurHealth Weaving in free plugs for Amazon Pantry, Prime, and Now, Justin Kittle talks about the impact of cloud computing via Amazon Web Services, the future of drone-based deliveries, and more. He also does a great job of talking through how OurHealth differentiates itself and is impacting local businesses ability to offer wellness-focused engagement for their staff. Intro Bump: "Sonic Theme Song Trap Remix" by Eem Triplin [SoundCloud]


Andy Keller

Guest: Andy Keller, Owner of Keller Interactive Designer, developer, and owner of Keller Interactive Andy Keller joins me to talk about his curvy path to design mastery (my words, not his). Andy has worked for many companies in many different industries around Central Indiana and provides some valuable insights into his strong career. Intro Bump: "Pacman Dubstep Remix" by Vex D&B [YouTube]


Joel Nowacki

Guest: Joel Nowacki, Owner and DJ for Track Seven DJ Musician and DJ Joel Nowacki pops by to chat about his start in the industry, how powerful word of mouth advertising has been for his business, and the importance of being and having a mentor. We also take some time to catch up about his passion for being a musician (will we hear more from him soon?) and getting on the open road with his motorcycle. Intro Bump: "Halo Theme Remix" by Cole Mikel [SoundCloud]


Jonathan Reed

Guest: Jonathan Reed, Senior Application Developer II for DWA Healthcare Communications Group Longtime friend Jonathan Reed pops by and walks us through the regulatory challenges of the healthcare marketing and logistics industry, chats up the latest version of their nControl product, and finally explains the difference a roman numeral can make... sort of. Intro Bump: "Super Mario Bros. Theme (IncredFx Remix)" by IncredFx [Soundcloud]


Dan Plumlee

Guest: Dan Plumlee, Director of Digital Platforms for the Indianapolis Colts In the first episode of the podcast, Matt learns the value of not trusting a crappy cable he bought on the cheap while talking with guest Dan Plumlee about his career growth and what a day in his life is like at the Indianapolis Colts. We also get the chance to wax poetic on the potential intersection of virtual reality and the football fan experience. Intro Bump: "The Legend of Zelda (Dubstep Remix)" by Fenzy...