Flow Radio

Flow Radio
By Flow Radio
About this podcast
Learn about Flow’s seedy origins as a backwater call centre used to peddle questionable penny stocks before finally stumbling upon the technology that built Flow, our flagship productivity tool.

Join Jeremy, Ian, Kim, and a rotating cast of random people that we grab from the streets as we prattle on about the tech industry, debate the merits of the TTB manoeuvre, and try to hide our Apple boners behind the kimono.

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Feb. 4, 2015
Another origin story this week, as CEO Andrew Wilkinson joins to talk about how he went from scraping by as a barista to running a global design agency in just a couple of years. He discusses what it really means to be a CEO, the struggles of going from 0 employees to that first one, and how MetaLab grew so quickly (it involved pissing people off).
Jan. 20, 2015
Taking the hot seat on this episode is Malcolm, the iOS engineering bridge between MetaLab (consulting) and software. He tells us about being a paid programmer since eighth grade, constantly pushing the boundaries of iOS, and how doing consulting work keeps us sharp in software. He also very casually fields questions about his vast collection of awards, but really casually - definitely not bragging - and says why he won’t be buying the Apple Watch.
Dec. 19, 2014
Mark, MetaLab's first employee, joins us to talk about how the consulting team operates, and tells his official MetaLab Origin Story. Later: Tim discusses the odds and ends of our unlimited vacation policy, and because it’s Christmas, we reflect on some of our treasured Christmas movie favourites, including the sadistic noir masterpiece ‘Home Alone’.
Dec. 5, 2014
This week, Emma explains how she’s been making use of the whole team when adding personality to Flow, and Kim reveals how she used her love of Jar-Jar Binks - perhaps the world’s most hated humble servant - to climb the company ladder. Flow Radio, as the year closes out: dark days, even darker secrets.
Nov. 19, 2014
You asked, and we delivered: this episode is packed to the gills with super boring video games and inside stories of life at Microsoft. But seriously: Sean joins us today to talk about his past life at Microsoft, and his transformation into a Mac-using, project-managing Head of Ops at MetaLab. Also, Jeremy reveals how he and his friends have raised almost two million dollars for sick kids by driving a virtual bus. Make sure to review us on iTunes or tweet us at @flowapp to let us know what you think!
Oct. 31, 2014
This week, Cyrus joins the crew to chat about marketing—and to reveal that we’ve all been mispronouncing his name for months. We also discuss the fall entertainment we're using to mitigate our seasonal affected disorder, and delve into the uncomfortable relationship between news reportage and social media.
Oct. 23, 2014
Ian returns from Europe, scared away by the tales of phantasmal pickpockets. He takes us on a magical journey to the the legendary Touch ID Utopia. It's like the NeverEnding Story, but done in 20 minutes.
Oct. 16, 2014
This week, Tim and Jesse tell us how to use Tinder to judge strangers from the safety of our homes, and we learn how to spice up Halloween with a free fedora and a 2-6 of Smirnoff Ice. Join us as we become total human garbage on Episode 3 of Flow Radio.
Oct. 9, 2014
Today, Ian, Kim, Rose and Jake tackle pushing the envelope with javascript, emoji-based office drama and the untapped potential of Ello. Thrill as they battle sub-par audio to introduce the mystery that is Jake Swag™.
Oct. 6, 2014
Ian, Jeremy and Kim sit down to answer some hard-hitting questions. What should they call the podcast? Do air plants need water? When will Ian's iPhone arrive? Does the iWatch speak the language of love? All this and more on the first episode of Flow Radio.