“Gape Into The Void” Podcast Episode 4 – “Disrupt”

Gape Into The Void – Episode 4: “DISRUPT:

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Show Notes:

We’re back from San Francisco where we attended the TechCrunch Disrupt conference.  In this episode we Gape Into The Void of disruption and share some of our impressions of the conference and speakers.  Here are some of the topics and people mentioned in the show:

Hugh hates Sass’s Intros… what do you think?

Good Chinese Food

Daily Animations gapingvoid created for TC Disrupt

Ben Horowitz or Jack Dorsey?

Cory Booker gets “Delusional”

Dave Morin, Path CEO

Marc Benioff or Mark Zuckerberg


Anthony Robbins

Facebook’s Mission:

 Meet My New Boss Image:

 Mike Arrington

David Sacks vs. Biz Stone


The TC Disrupt Winner: YourMechanic

Vinod Khosla

“Software Is Eating The World”

Margaret Thatcher closes the coal pits…

Cool Startups: Electric Skateboard,  LIT Motors

Pinterest For Cats:

Censored Animation???

Gapingvoid does events.



Scoble & Shel’s “Naked Conversations.”

gapingvoid wall at TechCrunch office:

We’re all in the Create or Die business…

Decorate. Motivate.

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- Jeff Sass

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