Micromobility

Micromobility

Published by: Horace Dediu and Oliver Bruce
52 Episodes | First Released: Aug 28 '18 | 🇺🇸
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TrustedrTraveler
Jul 29
Rating:   6
Great guests, not a well balanced pod

Has a ton of potential but has the standard SF agenda where they think their pre determined outcome is bound to happen instead of looking at market forces. Good guests but needs some more researching and real world experience from the hosts

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anomjyt
Nov 19 '19
Rating:   4
Love subject matter;can’t stand dynamics

I love the coverage of Micromobility subject matter but the reoccurring snobbery of Horace- who takes every opportunity to endlessly talk and barely acknowledge his cohost- is draining to endure. I wish their episodes with one another were truly more of a dialogue instead of Horaces contentious and condescending monologues. Interviews are more solid.

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EmergencyPoncho
Mar 5 '19
Rating:   10
I was a Math PhD student with no purpose

I slaved on my Real Analysis homework assignments every day, staring into the dark abyss that is my home chalkboard—driving the struggle bus every day into oblivion. Then I discovered the Micromobility movement. Now...now...I have hope for mankind.I jest. But for real, this podcast is fire.

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doncampbell
Oct 28 '18
Rating:   10
A thoughtful, smart discussion about the future of transportation

This is one of my favorite podcasts right now - Horace and Oliver explore the history and possible future of transportation in an engaging way.

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Josh Daniell
Sep 11 '18
Rating:   10
Clear vision and explanations

Horace and Oliver do a great job of breaking down the opportunities, challenges, and dynamics in this rapidly evolving space.

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Wendiggity
Sep 5 '18
Rating:   10
Great exploration of the new Micromobility

Always great to hear smart people speaking about the new trends in Micromobility. Horace has clearly given this space a lot of thought, and I appreciate his comparisons to things in the past in order to make better sense of what’s to come in the future.

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