#AskJason: Mobile, Wearables & Internet of Things! Part 2

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Today, it’s a special #AskJason: mobile, wearables & Internet of Things (IoT) edition! Jason lends insights to fans’ pressing questions on m/w/IoT, including the best wearable safety tech for bicyclists, Apple watch and glanceables, how to coach clients over mobile, whether podcasting and smartphones will take over terrestrial radio, and more.

This is the first in a series of special #AskJasons presented by Pivotal. LAUNCH & Pivotal are teaming up to host Mobile, Wearables & IoT at Fort Mason in San Francisco, October 15-16. More info at: launchmw.com. Join us!

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  • Jeff Stewart

    Very insightful. I like your vision of the future, I don’t think terrestrial radio will every really go away completely until they stop putting them into cars. I also like your dedication to founders. Keep up the good work.

  • Paul Towers

    Great little episode. Me and a colleague where actually speaking about this the other day. Once more cars are internet enabled (say next 3 to 5 years as people upgrade) I think the more away from Terrestrial radio is going to accelerate. I already only listen to podcasts (albeit via my iphone/bluetooth) but having access built into the dashboard would accelerate adoption in my opinion. I imagine you could also look at doing something where you schedule to play 15 minutes of TWIST, followed by a song or two, before reverting back to the podcast for another 15 minutes. That way it would basically mimic commercial radio, but instead of listening to pointless banter by the on air presenters you listen to the podcast of your choice (intermixed with say spotify for the songs)