Special Guest: Diana Griffith
This week's featured guest is Diana Griffith of the Orlando Lady Boss podcast. She discusses how she first developed the idea, created the logo and marketing for the launch, and then how she selects her guests. Most importantly, Diana shares the universal truths she's learned from interviewing some of Orlando's lady bosses!
Items Mentioned in This Episode
10 Coolest Things:
10) Tiny1 Astronomy Camera - combines the StarWalk app with a camera that captures stars and nighttime shots well.
9) Amazon Restaurants - like Uber Eats but by Amazon.
8) Lexody - be matched with a native speaker of a language you’re learning. Meet in real life to talk.
7) Force Field Cloak - light-charging blanket or cloak that glows in the dark for up to 8 hours. Really cool designs! Perfect for kids who are scared of the dark and even halloween!
6) Google Day Dream - only $99 - experience games and virtual reality experiences. Share to your TV so those who are not on the headset with you can see what you are seeing.
5) Lazy Jar - goes along with a fitbit. Set your weekly goals and if you don’t make them, you have to pay (an amount predetermined by you). 80% of the penalties go to research for childhood cancer.
4) Art on Snapchat - placing AR pieces of art around the world. Find them like Pokemon Go and view them. Jeff Koons first major artist.
3) Nebula Mars - high powered mobile projector with theater grade projector and sound. (Nebula capsule is the mini version - the size of a soda can)
2) Hopely - search engines that donates to charity on your behalf for each online search you do. (Through ad sharing)
1) HiMirror - a smart mirror that also acts a screen - plays music, shows you the latest news, fashion trends, magnifies, and even keeps track of your skin’d health - moles, wrinkles, etc.
Diana's coolest thing: Dubsado - online business management
The Local Spotlight:
This week's first spotlight is on the artist Thomas Thorspecken, who documents life in Orlando through a sketch a day on his website Analog Artist Digital World. Next we talk about Fleet Farming, an urban agriculture program that is transforming underutilized land into productive micro farms.