Game Changing



As fresh faced little kids we were all told Its not whether you win or lose, its how you play the game. Then we went out there and found out it really did matter.More than that, we found out that life wasnt always fair. You didnt always get the breaks. Sometimes the game didnt go your way.Theres a lot of things in life you cant change. You can always change the game.Were fascinated by people, ideas and events that do just that change the game.Join us every Monday night at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern and prepare to look at business, collaboration and the real time internet in a totally new way.


  • Episode 41 Dan Morrison of Citizen Effect

    05/10/2010 Duração: 58min

    What do you think about Citizen Philanthropy? This week's guest is Dan Morrison, founder and CEO of Citizen Effect, a nonprofit organization that provides citizen philanthropists with the tools and networks to execute community development projects around the world. Citizen Effect gives people the ability to choose their project, leverage their social networks, and communicate directly with their partner community. Learn more at

  • Episode 40 - Kelvin Newman of Internet Marketing

    20/09/2010 Duração: 01h06s

    Kelvin Newman is one of the founders and hosts of Internet Marketing. This show is the UK's most popular marketing podcast. It talks about and explores the maketing on the internet with a heavy (and realistic) focus on Social Media. Struggling with how you can "monetize" your internet presence? This is the show to catch.

  • Episode 39 David Feller–

    17/08/2010 Duração: 01h06s

    Hey foodies, this week we've got Dave Feller from Yummly.comDave has always had a passion for food. Throughout the years he’s been looking to get more involved with food – even considering opening a restaurant at one point. In addition to always wanting a great meal (cooking, at a friend’s house, restaurant, or a dive), Dave has spent a fair amount of time in the internet world. Dave was an early member of in Philly, running Marketing & Strategy. He moved to California to continue working for eBay, who had acquired, and became GM of a $500M portion of the US business. Dave left eBay in 2006 to be VP Marketing & Business Operations for StumbleUpon. Through an acquisition, Dave ended back up at eBay…again. He finally left in late 2008 to pursue his passion, a site now called Yummly.

  • Episode 38 Pete Kazanjy, Unvarnished

    10/08/2010 Duração: 01h14s

    Pete Kazanjy is a co-founder at Unvarnished,( ) an online resource for community-powered professional reputation. Before Unvarnished, he served as interim director of product marketing for viral video advertising startup Sharethrough (formerly 750 Industries).Before that, Mr. Kazanjy was the product marketing lead for VMware’s consumer-facing products VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation, where he came to appreciate firsthand the amazing value of community-contributed reviews in powering VMware Fusion’s rapid rise, and surpassing of Parallels Desktop in the Windows-on-Mac market. He began his time at VMware in the company’s enterprise corporate marketing department.He holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Stanford in English, and did coursework at UC Berkeley Haas Business School.

  • Episode 37 - Social CRM

    03/08/2010 Duração: 01h01min

    This week we turn the tables and interview Jim Love on the topic of Social CRM. Jim is the CEO of Chelsea Consulting and also runs its subsidiary, Performance Advantage. Jim is an expert in IT - but has a particular knowledge in the area of CRM. Join us for an interesting discussion on this exciting and emerging topic.

  • Episode 36 - Joe Fernandez -CEO of Klout

    13/07/2010 Duração: 01h11s

    Joe Fernandez founded Klout to measure influence across the social web in early 2008 after spending nearly three months with his jaw wired shut and depending completely on social media for communication. Learn more about Klout at http://www.klout.comFascinated with how one could now instantly broadcast their questions, opinions and ideas to the people who trust them the most, Joe started Klout to help businesses understand the impact of the individual.Previously Joe provided data solutions to the Real Estate industry as Director of Innovation and Research at OnBoard Informatics. In 2003, Joe cofounded Evalulogix and helped over 5000 school districts meet their special education reporting mandates for compliance with NCLB and IDEA.Joe grew up in Las Vegas and attended University of Miami and Oxford University.

  • Episode 35 Greg Meyer from Gist

    29/06/2010 Duração: 01h08s

    Greg Meyer is the Customer Experience Manager and listening post for Gist. His past experience includes Expedia, where he led the Agent Tools Team in Global Customer Operations supporting a world-wide Customer Service and Sales team. Prior to Expedia, Greg built and delivered e-learning content and applications for Service and Sales Representatives at T-Mobile USA. He is a start-up veteran of several early stage companies including Netegrity (now part of CA), eRoom (now part of EMC), and Allaire (now part of Adobe). In addition to his ability to translate simultaneously between English and Geek, Greg is a photographer and artist.

  • Episode 33- Stacey Monk co-founder of EpicChange

    15/06/2010 Duração: 59min

    Stacey Monk, CEO and Co-Founder of Epic Change which launched the original TweetsGiving celebration in November 2008 as a 48-hour celebration of gratitude and giving that successfully raised over $10,000 to build a classroom in Arusha, Tanzania. Stacey is a former management consultant who has spent her career working with leaders in the public and private sectors to successfully create, lead and navigate organizational change. She is a graduate of the Heinz School of Public Policy & Management at Carnegie Mellon University, and previously worked with Deloitte Consulting, Genentech and the Santa Clara Social Services Agency before launching her own firm, Funken Consulting.

  • Episode 32 Marc Gingras from Tungle

    08/06/2010 Duração: 01h26s

    Marc Gingras is a serial entrepreneur with a successful track record as a venture capitalist. Prior to founding Tungle, Marc was VP of Business Development and Product Marketing for Nimcat Networks, a leader in peer-to-peer (P2P) communication applications, until its September 2005 acquisition by Avaya Inc. Marc was previously a venture capitalist at Innovatech Montreal where he oversaw investments in numerous telecommunication and software companies.Prior to joining Innovatech, Marc co-founded Gytek Inc., an e-commerce software company in Waterloo, Canada, which he eventually sold to Entrade Inc., a NYSE company. He remained with Entrade as Chief Technology Officer. Marc also managed the launch of “ “, a leading Canadian portal.He continues to be actively involved in the community as an advisor for local technology companies and SOPAR, a NPO dedicated to reducing poverty in India. He also teaches Entrepreneurship in High Technology in the University of Ottawa’s MBA program.Marc earned an MBA from