Too Hot: Didn’t Sip…The Tea

This episode looks back on the first season of The Tech Aunties Podcast. The hosts discuss their favorite moments from the previous season and explain why these specific moments are important. It’s a great episode for people who want to listen to the first season but don’t know where to start.

  • Chapter 1 – A look back at season one and why we developed this podcast.
  • Chapter 2 – The Aunties discuss the significance of the “Wussville” episode and how it helped to shape the following marketing episodes.
  • Chapter 3 – Our thoughts on the importance of the technologies that underpin AI and our discussion with Tony Foster, the Wonder Nerd.
  • Chapter 4 – Moving on from Wussville with the first marketing episode featuring Anna Picard and her perspectives on the importance of brand in personal and corporate spaces.
  • Chapter 5 – Our conversation with Nishita Roy Pope and the importance of standing up for yourself as a founder.
  • Chapter 6 – We found the “Original Tech Auntie” in the conversation with Marian Newsome.
  • Chapter 7 – Highlights from our conversation on Google Analytics with Michael Pope.
  • Chapter 8 – We discussed the importance of the data in our conversation with Jean-Leah Nojorge, Ph.D.
  • Chapter 9 – Brian Whitaker provided great insights on the role marketing plays in successfully commercializing technology. In this clip, you get to hear his perspectives on Nvidia.
  • Chapter 10 – The Aunties pick sides on the role of marketing in product development in this conversation with Alley Lyles-Jenkins.
  • Chapter 11 – Join us as we look ahead to Season Two

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