Product Hunt Daily Digest
September 11th, 2018

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TL;DR: The first episode of PH Radio is here. Listen on TechCrunch. 🎙️

In our inaugural episode, we're joined by two notable investors, Alexia Bonatsos and Niko Bonatsos.

Alexia is the former co-editor-in-chief of TechCrunch and founder of a new venture fund, Dream Machine, where she helps founders “turn science fiction into non-fiction.”

Her husband, Niko, is Managing Director at General Catalyst, a leading Silicon Valley venture firm with investments in companies like Airbnb, ClassPass, Snap, Gusto, Warby Parker, and others.

In this episode we talk about:

  • The rise of voice. As Google Home, Amazon Echoes, AirPods, and other voice-enabled devices continue to proliferate, we’ll see user behavior shift — the same way touch screens have influenced young kids — and new opportunities arise for creative founders.
  • The corrosive nature of behavior online, in part influenced by today’s advertising model, and potential solutions.
  • The evolution of venture capital, with the rise of micro VCs and accessibility to large amounts of capital.

Of course, we’ll also cover some of our favorite products that you might not know about, including an app to help end mobile phone addiction, a new anonymous social network (the next Secret done right?), and app that reminds you that you’re going to die.
We’ll be back next week, so subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyOvercast, or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

Also big thanks to our sponsors: Airtable, GE Ventures, Intercom, and Stripe for their support. 😸

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