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Well, Technically: A Podcast Where We Talk About Tech and Well, Everything Else

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Sarah Kunst and Terri Burns host Well, Technically, a talk show podcast where we interview founders, celebs and makers to talk about the work they are doing and the tech they love. If you’re a startup junkie, early adopter, or just interested in the intersection of technology and everything else, this podcast is for you.




All I Do Is Win-Win

Daily fantasy sports sites have driven tons of money and controversy. Mike T. Brown (@Chief_MT) launched Win-Win (@Win_Win) to change the game. Join us as we discuss why athletes love giving back and how diversity can thrive in the tech industry. You can find Win-Win at play.winwinfantasy.com.

Duration: 00:48:25

I Wanna Be An Acho Man

NFL player turned analyst and broadcaster Emmanuel Acho talks about his success as a viral video star, playing pro ball with his brother Sam Acho, what technology means for sports and how the internet has lead to epic paydays for athletes. You can follow Emmanuel on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @themanacho.

Duration: 00:51:54

Represented, Redeemed, Respected

In this episode, Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to filmmaker, artist and technologist Kortney Ziegler. Kortney is the first person to receive a PhD in African-American studies from Northwestern University. He’s the COO of bsmdotco, lead Experience Architect for Aerial Spaces (@useaerial) and the founder & Creative Director transh4ck. The three talk about working in tech, founding companies, and the intersection of queer/trans issues and the technology industry.

Duration: 00:42:02

INTElligent Devices

We talk with Sandra E. Lopez (@nycsf) who is vice president in the New Technology Group and oversees strategic relationships and business development within its New Devices Group at Intel Corporation (@Intel). She is responsible for establishing industry alliances and generating business for Intel in key strategic market segments, including fashion, sports and fitness. We discuss diversity, technology and fashion.

Duration: 00:35:42

Does it Scale?

Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to Rebecca Kaden (@rebeccak46), a partner at the venture capital firm Maveron. Rebecca identifies emerging consumer-focused entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, Southern California, and NYC. The three discuss building and investing in companies, the VC industry, and making companies scale.

Duration: 00:41:40

The Most Impact

In this episode, Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to software engineer Tracy Chou. Tracy has worked at Pinterest and Quora, and is a cofounder of Project Include, "a community for building meaningful, enduring diversity and inclusion into tech companies." The three discuss coding, diversity, and making an impact in the technology industry.

Duration: 00:32:12

Adventrs in Music

On this week's episode, Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to Devo Harris, founder of Adventr. The three discuss Prince and Beyonce, music technology, the future of the Internet, and Devo's cousin, Kanye West.

Duration: 00:41:35


Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to Sasha Horne, an editor at MERRYJANE.com, a new media outlet founded by Snoop Dogg to cover cannabis culture from all angles. They discuss VC’s growing interest in marijuana startups, diversity in the weed boom, and how technology and cannabis overlap.

Duration: 00:33:08


Terri Burns and Sarah Kunst talk to Akbar Gbajabiamila, host of American Ninja Warrior. They discuss travel, gender pay gaps, the OJ trial, and Akbarisms.

Duration: 00:43:13