Bill Horst-Kotter

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  • September 3, 2014

Bill Horst-Kotter is the host/director for a video podcast, the Radical Geek. He's also an IT guy and sci-fi/tech fan, from Rochester, NY. He first visited us on Episode 101 - DRM Explorer (published 9/2/2014). He can be found on Twitter (@theradicalgeek). He's also working on a documentary, Do You Copy? DRM And Rights In The Digital Age, which is a candidate for National Geographic's Expedition Granted contest. He's a member of the local Rochester Hackerspace, Interlock Rochester.

Dwight Calbert

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  • August 28, 2014

Dwight is the President of Aphelion Consulting and a futurist/forward thinker. He's worked with clients globally, including Pillsbury, Keebler, Goodyear, Denso, Samsung in Seoul, Korea, Toyota in Tokyo, Japan and the U.S. Department of Education. First visited with us on Episode 100 - Cops, Cameras, Guns, Poop (published 8/28/2014). He's a member of The Strategic Planning Society, The Academy of Management and the National Black MBA Association. He can be found on Twitter (@theapotheosis).

Josh Corman

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  • August 26, 2014

Josh is a security strategist and philosopher as well as being the current CTO of Sonatype. He previously worked as a security researcher and executive at Akamai Technologies, The 451 Group, and IBM Internet Security Systems, among others. He's one of the co-founders of Rugged Software and IAmTheCavalry.org. He was a speaker at TEDxNaperville 2013. First visited with us on Episode 99 - Five Star Auto! (published 8/26/2014). He can be found on Twitter (@jcorman) or on his blog, Cognitive Dissidents.

Mark Davis

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  • January 18, 2012

Mark performs project management work for a large US company and is an avid technology enthusiast in his free time. He has a wide variety of collections and loves nostalgia. Mark graduated from Illinois State University and also holds a second Bachelor’s Degree from DeVry. He resides in the Western Suburbs of Chicago, has a wife and three kids, and can be found on Facebook (davismarkv). With a prior background in the retail industry and an interest in business, Mark's got deep expertise on the changing world of retail, malls, and the way that Americans buy things. Mark is also an old high school friend of both Mike and Matt. He first visited us in Episode 30 - Soapy Cords Of Zima, and has rejoined us for a number of other episodes.