Libby Clark has hosted 130 episodes.
Libby Clark is Editorial Director at The New Stack, former Content Marketing Manager at The Linux Foundation, and a longtime science, technology and business journalist based in Portland, OR.
Alex Williams has hosted 113 episodes.
Alex Williams is founder and editor in chief of The New Stack. He's a longtime technology journalist who did stints at TechCrunch, SiliconAngle and what is now known as ReadWrite. Alex has been a journalist since the late 1980s, starting at the Augusta Chronicle in 1989 after completing his master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Early in his career, he reported for newspapers in New York and Oregon, worked for a magazine writing about home textiles (ask him about it some time) and spent a year as a television business news anchor. Alex's online career began in 2003 when he did a web event called RSS WinterFest, which was followed by Podcast Hotel, an event all about the intersection of art and commerce and the impact digital media has on independent culture. While in college, Alex played baseball in France, which led him to writing stories of his experiences, and eventually a career in journalism.
Joab Jackson has hosted 134 episodes.
Joab Jackson is the managing editor for The New Stack, overseeing the daily flow of stories for the site. He has covered pretty much all aspects of information technology over the past two decades. He particularly enjoys delving into the hidden worlds of deep infrastructure and the curious habits of software developers. He maintains his own Website using open standards and open source software.
Richard MacManus has hosted 17 episodes.
Richard MacManus is Senior Editor at The New Stack and writes a weekly column about what's next on the cloud native internet. Previously he founded ReadWriteWeb in 2003 and built it into one of the world’s most influential technology news sites. From the early days of disruptive internet tools like blogging, social networks and YouTube, into the current era of cloud computing, streaming, augmented reality and other meta-trends, MacManus has for years been recognized as a leader in articulating what’s coming next in technology and, more importantly, what it means.
Scott M. Fulton III has hosted 9 episodes.
First there was the wheel, and you have to admit, the wheel was cool. After that, you had the boat and the hamburger, and technology was chugging right along with that whole evolution thing. Then there was the Web, and you had to wonder, after the wheel and the hamburger, how did things make such a sudden left turn and get so messed up so quickly? Displaying all the symptoms of having spent 30 years in the technology news business, Scott Fulton (often known as Scott M. Fulton, III, formerly known as D. F. Scott, sometimes known as that loud guy in the corner making the hand gestures) has taken it upon himself to move evolution back to a more sensible track. Stay in touch and see how far he gets.