This is one of 20 interviews recorded in a popup backroom studio at dojo4 during the 10th annual Boulder Startup Week. When it started in 2009, Boulder Startup Week was the first event of its kind, anywhere. Now, Startup Weeks are held around the world. It’s a great example of Boulder’s position on the leading edge of tech — and the future.
Our guest for Episode 47 is Joan Kanner, co-founder and operator of Bottom’s Up Bagels, and creator of the Fugue app. Joan’s based in Baltimore and was in town for Boulder Startup Week to see what we’re up to out here. In our fun and wide-ranging discussion, we get into:
- What sets a good bagel apart from a great one
- The relationship between Food and memory
- Forgetting, and why Joan created the Fugue music app
- The view of Boulder from Baltimore
- A brief history of bagels on the front range according to me
Follow Joan on Twitter at @fuguetheapp
[This episode is marked “explicit for language slightly saltier than a good salt bagel.]
The Boulder Tech Podcast is made possible in part by Boulder StartUp Week platinum sponsors Honey, Matter and Zayo.
We’re also supported by Glider, a Colorado-based Community movement and non-profit that produces Boulder’s Ignite and TedX events, as well as Boulder Startup Week. Learn more and consider a donation at glider.com
Thanks to dojo4 for providing space for our podcast studio, and to KGNU Community Radio for recording gear and studio usage.
Our intro music is by Eccodek. Hear more at eccodek.com (that’s E-c-c-o-d-e-k).
Our outro music is by EarthRise SoundSystem. You’ll find them at earthrisesoundsystem.com
The Boulder Tech Podcast is produced by me, Joel Davis. Your feedback, criticisms, comments and guest suggestions are welcome. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for listening. We’ll see you back here for the next episode of the Boulder Tech Podcast.