The Limit Does Not Exist

Why limit yourself to one side of your brain... or one career path? You guys, the limit does not exist. Multi-hyphenate powerhouses Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell believe that creativity and STEM can and should hang out together all the time, and they've got a lot of really great guests who think so, too. If you're all about building your own custom Venn diagram, this show is for you.

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Giving Freedom A Frame

Did it ever occur to you that J.S. Bach was a technology? nerd? We're...Did it ever occur to you that J.S. Bach was a technology? nerd? We're talking with Dan Tepfer, a pianist and composer who improvises with algorithms and cowrites with computers. Dan tells us how he discovered that music would be his primary pursuit after studying astrophysics in college and gives great advice for figuring out what you want to do with your life.   Show More

01:14:00 11/20/2017

Past Episodes

Jenny Dearborn is the Chief Learning Officer (yes, that's a job!) of SAP who paints superheroes, writes screenplays and has a serious thing for change. If you think a corporate job doesn't equal dynamic opportunities for change, keep listening. In fact, Jenny shares why trying to work yourself out of a job can be a great career strategy and how to use data to measure if you're on the right path. A must-listen episode for sharpening your superpowers and finding new ones!
00:55:00 11/13/2017
Sasha Samochina has a really cool job. She's an immersive visualization producer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she creates interactive experiences to help scientists and engineers share their work with the public. You'll hear about Sasha's last-minute choice to go to art school and the lightbulb moment that led her to merge her love of art and science. Get ready for inspiration, realness and a whole bunch of rad resources.
01:14:00 11/6/2017
What happens when a debt-ridden opera singer launches a Kickstarter campaign that becomes the most funded app in Kickstarter history? Gabriel Wyner shares his journey from winning the Renaissance Scholar award at USC to singing opera in Vienna to founding Fluent Forever, a language-learning system that effectively leverages technology and memory research. Plus, Kickstarter tips!
01:10:00 10/30/2017
What do you do if you don't have a clear passion? Or if you used to have one, but now... not so much? In this C&C episode, we discuss an alternative to all of that advice about passion, and it may just change the way you approach your work. We also address ambition and Tall Poppy Syndrome, embracing the unknown and a profound story about erasers. Trust us on this one.
01:09:00 10/23/2017
If you think you can't dance with international ballet companies and make physics breakthroughs at the same time, you haven't met Merritt Moore. Merritt continually jumps from lab coats to leotards and tells us how she pulls it off with the grace and dedication of, well, a professional ballerina. Did we mention she also recently competed to become an astronaut candidate on a BBC reality show? Its an episode that truly raises the barre.
01:04:00 10/16/2017
Can you picture a nucleosome? Thanks to data-visualization expert Janet Iwasa, there's a whole collection of molecular animations to help us see what our eyes cannot. Listen to how Janet turns the movies in the minds of research scientists into dynamic images and how her single-minded focus has helped her pursue a path that didn't exist before. Plus, it's Global Mathematics Week!
01:05:00 10/9/2017
Jeff Smith got the idea to cofound Smule while pursuing his PhD in Computer Music at Stanford twenty years after attending as an undergrad. For the first time in his life, music and technology came together in a way that he didn't see coming. Jeff shares how he saw the potential in an iPhone as an instrument of making music and not just consuming it, and how that has opened up a whole world of expressivity and accessibility. Plus: the ocarina, a fresh take on autotune and much more!
01:02:00 10/2/2017
Entrepreneur and investor Jason Scott believes that when you can get a bunch of individuals with diverse backgrounds in one room, magic happens. Jason shares how his experience studying Biology at MIT led him toward consumer technology and building communities. He also tell us why he'll always dance hip-hop and why networking is the ultimate opportunity to be of service.
01:11:00 9/25/2017
It's a C&C episode and we're sharing our favorite learnings with you! You'll hear how to frame and own your expertise, how to decide when to work within a system or step out of it and the power of setting metrics that matter. Plus, fall plans and our very firm position on the Pumpkin Spice Latte.
01:08:00 9/18/2017
Did you ever consider that the thing you're the worst at might open the door to an exciting career path? Mario Klingemann, an artist in residence at Google Art, tells us how having poor handwriting as a child led him to the world of computational art. We deep dive in neural networks, discuss the difference between curation and creation, and discover how researching the past can be a great way to make something new.
00:59:00 9/11/2017

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