This week, the CanCon podcast is reflecting on nearly an entire year of podcasting about Canadian content – talking Canadian tech and tech from a Canadian perspective. Above all else, the CanCon crew would like to say thank you. Thank you for listening, thank you for your comments and questions and emails, and thank you for helping us bring you the Canadian tech podcast Canada needs and deserves.
Tune in as CanCon’s original podcast crew – Erin Bury, Managing Director of 88 Creative, Patrick O’Rourke, MobileSyrup Senior Editor, Rob Kenedi – TWG’s Entrepreneur in Residence and host of the amazing #smallrooms podcast, and Douglas Soltys, BetaKit Editor in Chief – gives a long goodbye to a year that left a lot to be desired.
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Special thanks to TWG for helping make the CanCon Podcast happen!
CanCon Podcast Episode 47 (12/20/16)
The Year End Rundown
Episode 1: VR, Hipster TV & our dollar sucks
Episode 5: Privilege and Privacy
Episode 9: What is Canada’s innovation strategy?
Episode 10: Federal budget post-mortem
Episode 13: Should the Canadian government pick winners?
Episode 41: Why Canadian entrepreneurs are so happy with the federal government
Episode 22: Canada’s got (tech) talent?
Episode 29: How will Facebook and Kik monetize bots?
Episode 30: How should Canada respond to cyber security threats?
Episode 36: What happens when Canadian tech doesn’t try to compete?
Episode 37: Can a Canadian VR company compete with Facebook and Google?
Episode 42: How does Canadian tech respond to Trump?
Episode 46: Pebble is dead and robots are coming to take our jobs
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