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Okay, Computer.

Risk Reversal Media
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Each week our tricked-out team of tech investors and former operators breakdown the biggest headlines and themes in both public and private markets, with a specific focus on the intersection of web2 and web3. We will be joined by some of the most influential voices in tech, media, and crypto leaving listeners with fresh perspectives on increasingly complicated topics impacting their lives and investment portfolios. Okay, Computer. Podcast is hosted by Dan Nathan, Katie Stanton, Rick Heitzmann & Packy McCormick with contributors Jarrod Dicker, Meltem Demirors, Cleo Abram, and Sally Shin. RiskReversal's resident luddite, Guy Adami stops in occasionally for Okay, Boomer segments. Follow OkayComputerPod on Twitter.

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On this episode of Okay, Computer. Dan, Katie, and Packy are joined by Adam Bain, co-founder of 01 Advisors and former Twitter COO, and discuss Katie and Adam’s time working together at Twitter (2:32), his biggest 2022 prediction (12:08), web3 (16:14... more

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Co-hosts Dan Nathan and Rick Heitzmann discuss devastation in tech stocks (1:16), potential traffic jams in the IPO market this year (8:31), web2 vs. web3 Twitter beef (15:25), Larry Ellison wondering ‘What the Hell Cloud Computing is?’, and the Eliz... more

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This week Dan Nathan, Packy McCormick, and Jarrod Dicker discuss the year that tech ate the markets (4:25), Twitter since Jack Dorsey stepped down as CEO (9:06), Meta vs. Bitcoin (15:54), and concentration in crypto (21:11). ---- Email us at contact@... more

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