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Listen to our first-ever live podcast recording [ Podcast]

This month's podcast explores the innovation legacy on which current ventures are built.

Dancers Marcel Williams Foster, right, and Kemar Jewel interpreting tweets about tech scene inclusivity at's first live podcast recording. (Photo by Jeanne Mell)

We did it live. And it went off without a hitch.

Last week experimented with a podcast live show — complete with an audio timeline, personal essays and interpretive dancers. It was fun.

This month’s podcast explores the innovation legacy on which current ventures are built. How do we build on the past? How do we create a more inclusive tech community? How do we choose where to live?

We explored those topics in front of a live audience, and now you can hear the show in its entirety.

A big shoutout to electronic musician Pixel8ter who performed live. And a huge thanks to our producer, John Myers, who’s available for podcast mixing and production. Check out his website. We couldn’t recommend him more highly.

Companies: Trajectify / CDNow / Comcast / Indy Hall / Safeguard Scientifics / University City Science Center /

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