Robin and Peter talk about why Gore lost, why Lieberman appeals to conservatives, and why campaign finance reform is the only way to bring the government back to the people.
According to Josh, “Now that I've been an entrepreneur, I can't imagine doing anything else. And hopefully, I'll never have to." I am an: Entrepreneur Name companies you've founded or co-founded: Textaurant Name startups you worked for: Kango Gift, 8minute Dating, WAKA Kickball If you are an entrepreneur, why? List your favorite startups: Twilio, Star Street, Buy With Me, Mail Chimp What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation? What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur? Learn as much as you can, but do it while you're doing things. Most frustrating is explaining to people every day what I do. But that's also the most rewarding thing - I'm creating and reinventing my own job, every day of the week. Now that really is a topic you must not start when Robin is in the room Really, this interview had us rolling on the floor from laughter!
It's been 15 years since Robin Williams and Barry Levinson worked together on Good Morning, Vietnam and now the two sit down to talk politics and secrecy.Stemming from his personal frustration with the way people wait for restaurant tables, Josh founded Textaurant in 2009.In addition to being an avid supporter of the Boston startup community, Josh uses his JFDI powers to help entrepreneurs around the world. After leading Startup Weekend events in multiple countries, he spearheaded the first annual Global Startup Battle in 2010. Armed with such a diverse background, solid industry connections, an MBA, and that penchant for execution, will other opportunities lure him away from the startup world? Robin's in the studio with music producer Peter Asher.