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The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
16 Minutes on the News is a short news podcast where we cover the top headlines of the week, the a16z podcast way -- why are these topics in the news; what's real, what's hype from our vantage point; and what are our experts' quick takes on these trends? About the a16z Podcast: Discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future -- especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This ...
 
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Conversations on Clubhouse and beyond -- to capture and share many of the live discussions and events featuring, hosted, or co-hosted by a16z partners (with outside voices too). Many of these different discussions and events take place on the social audio/ drop-in chat app Clubhouse; to attend those in real time or sign up for the app please visit joinclubhouse.com. As a reminder, all content posted here is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as legal, bus ...
 
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Welcome to 16 Minutes, our podcast where we discuss tech trends in the news and their impact on the long arc of innovation. Today’s topic is crypto regulation, and specifically, two recent federal government hearings in the news that were focused on crypto and therefore the related trend of web3. In contrast to the model of web2 — typified by very …
 
Innovation in the data center has been constrained by the traditional model of suppliers providing fixed-function chips that limit how much the biggest data center operators can differentiate. But programmable chips have emerged that allow these companies to not only increase performance, but innovate throughout the pipeline, from operating system …
 
What are network effects? [1:32] How do you cold start and get your first users? [2:33] Atomic networks and why minimum viable community is more important than minimum viable product [6:36] How do you curate your network and set norms? [8:42] Faking users: good idea, bad idea? [13:13] What is flintstoning? [14:26] How does the relationship to creat…
 
Welcome to 16 Minutes, our show on the a16z podcast network where we talk about tech trends that are dominating news headlines, industry buzz, and where we are on the long arc of innovation. Today’s episode actually features a look back at the GameStop saga — the stock market drama that some headlines described as a “David-and-Goliath battle” that …
 
An excerpt from a Clubhouse conversation, where Marc interviews Ken Griffin, CEO and founder of Citadel, on GameStop one year later and why the stock price hasn't crashed, as well as about his winning bid for the Constitution in the auction against ConstitutionDAO.Kirjoittanut Marc Andreessen, Ken Griffin, Alex Rampell
 
Given all the activity and interest recently around crypto and web3, as well as in upcoming holidays and art events, we’re re-running our episode all about NFTs (from March 2021) -- where we covered everything you need or want to know about NFTs. You can also find a curated list of resources to learn all about NFTs at future.com/nftcanon. That list…
 
What are you doing with real world data? [1:39] How valuable is real world data? [7:24] How and where do we need shared data infrastructure? [16:37] Can real world data be used for clinical decision support? [20:40] Are diagnostic companies becoming the data aggregator layer? [26:52] What will define the core competency of academic medical centers …
 
In today's episode we’re talking about an emerging model of gaming called play to earn, in which players can make actual money based on how much time and effort they put into a game. Play to earn is also part of broader trends — the changing relationship between players and platforms, new incentives for participants in blockchain-based networks, an…
 
"Beyond the Meme: Ever Given, Supply Chains, and the Physical World" -- by Ryan Petersen (June 2021). Bio + essay details/ originally appeared at: https://future.a16z.com/beyond-the-meme-ever-given-supply-chains-and-the-physical-world/ More read-alouds at: https://a16z.com/tag/read-alouds/Kirjoittanut Ryan Petersen, Sonal Chokshi
 
Who is your "B" and who is your "C"? [2:02] Why did they choose B2C2B? [6:36] How did they craft their enterprise story? [11:42] Does going B2C2B increase CAC (customer acquisition costs)? [16:56] Three things to build an enterprise story around [22:26] How did their choice of B2C2B impact investor conversations? [34:23] What mix of consumer vs. he…
 
Welcome to 16 Minutes, our show where we talk about tech trends in the news. We have two segments today: 1) The announcement recently that Valve Software, which operates the massive gaming platform Steam, added a rule against games that use blockchain technologies or that allow users to exchange cryptocurrencies or NFTs – this rule appeared on its …
 
This is an excerpt from the a16z Clubhouse show One on One with A and Z, where a16z cofounders Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz answer questions on tech trends, company building, and more. To catch full live episodes of the show, follow the a16z Club on Clubhouse.Kirjoittanut Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz
 
Today’s episode is all about crypto security — that is, the new mindsets and the new strategies for storing crypto assets safely while also allowing holders control and access. As a reminder, none of the following should be taken as investment advice, please see a16z.com/disclosures for more important information. We’ve covered security trends more…
 
Indra didn't plan her career -- and that was a good thing [2:15] The personal tradeoffs of professional success [4:24] Deciding between a job at GE and PepsiCo [7:27] Rising up the ranks of PepsiCo [12:13] Transitioning PepsiCo to healthier foods... and doing well by doing good [16:34] Management hack: writing letters to parents [19:04] "Performanc…
 
There are lots of challenges in being public while trying to innovate, and limits to being a private company as well; but it's rare to see a company go public then private then back to public again. As is the case with Dell Technologies, one of the largest tech companies -- which went private 2012-2013 and then also pulled off one of the most epic …
 
This is an excerpt from the a16z Clubhouse show One on One with A and Z, where a16z cofounders Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz answer questions on tech trends, company building, and more. To catch full live episodes of the show, follow the a16z Club on Clubhouse.Kirjoittanut Ben Horowitz, Marc Andreessen
 
There's no question technology played a huge role in the recent/current pandemic, including especially in the plug-and-play engineering and incredibly fast development behind the mRNA vaccines... But is there an even bigger role for the private sector, not just government, to play (and partner) when it comes to key infrastructure for future such em…
 
The early days of Zimrides [2:08] Driving early virality [7:56] Competing with Uber [15:47] Why they took political stances [27:03] Managing through the pandemic [38:09] The future focus for Lyft -- autonomous vehicles and the end of car ownership [42:50] Follow the a16z Club to join conversations with tech founders, builders, and leaders live and …
 
An overview of diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 [2:58] Thinking beyond Type 1 and Type 2 [6:58] New treatment options: stem cells, continuous glucose monitoring [14:19] What's the timeline on stem cell therapies? [17:15] Therapies for controlling, rather than curing, diabetes [23:52] The current technology challenges to treating diabetes [29:52] The chal…
 
Founding story of Nautilus [1:43] Why was the Nautilus approach to proteomics a breakthrough? [6:12] Why a startup instead of academic research? [9:57] How to pick a good cofounder (it's not that different from choosing a spouse) [15:32] Advice for academic founders: how to work with VCs [21:14] The tipping points of scale & the challenges of findi…
 
This is an excerpt from the a16z Clubhouse show One on One with A and Z, where a16z cofounders Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz answer questions on tech trends, company building, and more live . To catch full episodes of the show, follow the a16z Club on Clubhouse.Kirjoittanut Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz
 
The MSCI origin story [1:07] How does an index get constructed? [6:51] How do you keep an index accurate? [11:42] MSCI business model... how do they get paid? [16:27] MSCI, competition, and why not an open source index? [23:14] ESG and investment objectives [27:00] ESG disclosure frameworks and the role of government in ESG [32:50] Defining ESG [34…
 
SPEAKERS: Aarthi Ramamurthy, international, Clubhouse Donnie Dinch, founder and CEO, Bitski Gabby Dizon, cofounder, Yield Guild Games Jarrod Dicker, operating partner, TCG Jesse Walden, founder, Variant Fund Jon Lai, principal, a16z Packy McCormick, founder, Not Boring Sriram Krishnan, general partner, a16z Twobadour, founder, Metapurse Justin “3LA…
 
In today’s episode we have two short segments, both on bioscience topics:[0:00] Moderna has started clinical trials for a flu vaccine, called mRNA-1010, that is based on the same mRNA technology that Moderna and Pfizer used for their COVID vaccines, and that several other companies including Sanofi and Glaxo all are actively working on for the infl…
 
This conversation centers on the arguments and findings of the a16z piece The Cost of Cloud, a Trillion Dollar Paradox. The Core Findings of The Cost of Cloud piece [5:22] Cloud is a significant part of COGS for public SaaS companies [8:38] Should you allocate engineers to reduce cloud cost or just focus on growth? [12:06] How much of a problem is …
 
Given recent news of drug company settlements, calls to action, policy moves, and more, this episode is a rerun of one of our very early explainers (episode #4 of 16 Minutes, 2019) on the opioid crisis. Bio experts and a16z general partners Jorge Conde and Vijay Pande discuss on 16 Minutes (our shortform show where we discuss the headlines, tease a…
 
There's been a false dichotomy in technology and management lore over the past decade, between "brain" and "brawn", digital and physical, independence and interdependence, software culture versus industrial culture… or so observes Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer, former big-company executive, and startup founder Robert Siegel in his n…
 
This podcast is an excerpt. Follow the a16z Club to join conversations with tech founders, builders, and leaders live and in-full. Early days of a16z crypto [2:38] New crypto governance capabilities [16:34] How is the VC model different when investing in crypto? [22:24] Crypto regulation and the recent attempt at holiday rulemaking [29:49] Is anyon…
 
What makes a category? [0:37] The leading indicator? Everyone thinks you're crazy. [5:36] Can you create a category whole cloth? [7:02] How to create a category [12:05] The best category creation CEOs are product marketers [15:55] Category creation tactics: certification programs [18:54] Category creation tactics: persona-based storytelling [22:17]…
 
SPEAKERS (in order they are heard in the episode): Shannon Kelly, a16z Connie Chan, a16z Brandon Chu, VP Product and GM of Platform, Shopify D'Arcy Coolican, a16z Nait Jones, a16z Jess Lee, Cofounder and CEO, Modern Citizen Imran Khan, Co-founder and CEO, Verishop This is an excerpt from the a16z Clubhouse show People Behind the Product. To catch f…
 
The origins of growth hacking [1:20] Brand building vs. growth hacking? [13:58] Where does growth fit into the organization? [31:06] The cold start problem: growth hacking from 0 to 1 [36:47] What can't be measured? [47:53] How do you test and validate new channels? [51:38] Do growth hacks always work, or at some point does it come down to product?…
 
Why Future with Marc Andreessen, Margit Wennmachers, and Sonal Chokshi [2:20] The New Creator Economy with Joost van Dreunen, Wes Kao, Cuy Sheffield, Chris Lyons, Lauren Murrow, and Zoran Basich [17:58] Bubbles, Speculation, and Innovation with Byrne Hobart, Jamie Catherwood, and Zoran Basich [35:38] Work Models & Measures for the Information Age w…
 
What was the biggest surprise from the past 15 months of remote work? [5:24] How do you handle conflict and build trust? [10:09] What's the role of offsites? [15:45] Should you adjust compensation for different geographies? [24:02] How do you measure productivity? [34:10] What is the impact of remote work on retention and turnover? [49:17] How do s…
 
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