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Show hosted by Charlie O'Donnell, Co-Founder & CEO.Path 101 is a NYC-based startup company focused on career discovery on the web. The site helps everyone from college students to professionals in late-career transition figure out their next career steps using innovative analysis of publicly available resumes and profiles, community powered advice, and personality assessments. Job candidates can figure out what "people like me" are doing with their careers and the site aims to be the first stop for career research.

Latest Episodes

From work to play (for your cause): Doing good and having fun with Zogsports founder Robert Herzog

ZogSports was conceived by Robert Herzog after his close call on 9/11. He decided to build on the tremendous human charity he witnessed post 9/11 and foster community in New York. Through ZogSports’ athletic, social and social action opportunities, we encourage members to maintain perspective and a more balanced lifestyle by having fun while also giving something back to the community.

41 MIN2009 MAY 1
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From work to play (for your cause): Doing good and having fun with Zogsports founder Robert Herzog

Path 101 Career Chat with Gary Clegg, Inventor of The Slanket

The Slanket Story as told by Gary: One subzero night in 1998 during my first semester of college I could not escape Maine's winter bite. While watching Late Night with Conan O'Brien I decided I needed to tear a hole in my sleeping bag so I could keep my upper body warm as I channel surfed during the commercial breaks. During Christmas vacation I commissioned the first Slanket to be made by my mother...and it was born.Everyone behind the The Slanket is on the same level when it comes to life. Besides creating a product to make people comfortable and warm, our life goals are not to accumulate mansions, SUV's, expensive watches and closets just for shoes. What we want in life is to travel the world and experience all its cultures while representing humanity positively. Whether surfing in Costa Rica, snowboarding in Austria, or studying language in South America and China, we love to spread our sleeves and let them flap in the wind, giving back in the process. BUT... there is nothing like coming home, wrapping up in THE SLANKET on your own couch and feeling the warmth of your friends and family.

41 MIN2009 APR 24
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Path 101 Career Chat with Gary Clegg, Inventor of The Slanket

Path 101 Career Chat with Jonathan Coulton: An unconventional path to music

An independent musician with the heart of a geek, Jonathan Coulton is a Yale graduate who left his day-job as a computer programmer to stay home and write songs. Between 2005 and 2006 he wrote, recorded, and published a new song every week as a free podcast project called “Thing a Week.” This year-long experiment produced 52 consistently well-written and solidly produced songs, and he soon became an internet sensation. Jonathan’s songs cover unusual topics not often heard in music and tend to make even the most jaded listeners excited about music again.Coulton's is the voice of every elementary school kid who could never quite keep his shirt tucked in or shoes tied; every lovelorn mason and mad scientist; every vengeful nerd; every one of us who has ever sat despairingly on the floor, surrounded by parts of an Ikea endtable, weeping over an allen wrench.Coulton releases all his music under a Creative Commons license that allows for legal file sharing and copying, as well as non-commercial derivative works. His worldwide community of fans has rallied around him to generate airplay on hundreds of podcasts, create a library of music videos, and arrange gigs around the United States.When not traveling the globe or using his powers for good, Jonathan Coulton resides in New York City with his wife and two children.

44 MIN2009 APR 17
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Path 101 Career Chat with Jonathan Coulton: An unconventional path to music

Leah Wechsler: Careers in New Product Development: Digital Strategy and Experience Design

Charlie O'Donnell, Co-Founder & CEO of Path 101 will interview Leah Wechsler, an experience designer and information architect. Leah grew up in upstate NY. From a background of fine arts, literature and science, she was inspired by a lecture on programming to trade conventional tools for a laptop. Intrigued by technology and inspired by contemporary design she continued her studies and received her Master's from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. She has lectured at NYU, done experience design for Digitas and Deutsch, and even worked at McKinsey.

37 MIN2009 APR 3
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Leah Wechsler: Careers in New Product Development: Digital Strategy and Experience Design

Clara Shih: On the cutting edge of using social networks for business

Clara Shih is the author of The Facebook Era: Tapping Online Social Networks to Build Better Products, Reach New Audiences, and Sell More Stuff. She is the creator of Faceconnector, the first business app on Facebook. Clara joined salesforce.com in 2006 and is responsible for Social Networking Alliances and Product Strategy. Previously, she was the product line director of AppExchange, a marketplace for business SaaS applications. Clara has worked at Google and Microsoft, and has degrees from Stanford and Oxford. She is a frequently invited speaker to social media conferences worldwide.

38 MIN2009 MAR 27
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Clara Shih: On the cutting edge of using social networks for business

From Accounting to Product Management to Entrepreneurship: Learning from Dave Schappell

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Dave Schappell, founder of TeachStreet. Dave developed his experience creating customer-focused marketplace initiatives at Amazon.com, JibJab and Unitus. He has deep experience in online marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), affiliate marketing, and high-impact public relations– yes, he spends a LOT of time online. As a Director at Amazon.com from '98-'04, he was a driving force in the emergence of the marketplace platform (used and new product sales by third-party merchants) that grew from 0% to more than 24% of Amazon's unit sales today.Prior to joining Amazon, Dave was a CPA and consultant with Arthur Andersen LLP. Dave attended the MBA program at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has a BS from the Pennsylvania State University.

36 MIN2009 MAR 6
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From Accounting to Product Management to Entrepreneurship: Learning from Dave Schappell

A Career in Acting w/Lindsay Campbell

Originally From Northern California, Lindsay moved to New York to begin her acting career in 2003. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University in English and Dance as well as an M.F.A in Acting from the National Theater Conservatory. Lindsay was the host of a daily online show called Wallstrip and then Moblogic.Lindsay has appeared on Law & Order, in the film "Our Bundle of Extraordinary Joy" and has performed in theaters all over NYC including Here Arts Center, The Connelly Theater, Galapagos, Theater 5. Regionally, she has worked at Baltimore's Centerstage in a production of "Speed-the-Plow" directed by Daniel Fish, at New York Stage and Film in Bill Pullman's "Expedition 6" and in several productions with the Denver Center Theater Company. She was also be featured in two episodes of the last season of HBO's The Sopranos.Lindsay performs regularly in NYC as part of the Cabaret Cucaracha which is directed by Richard Caliban and musical directed by Giovanni Spinelli.You may have also seen Lindsay in commercial campaigns for the following companies: Hallmark, Miller Genuine Draft, Volvo, Earthlink, Netscape, Dunkin' Donuts, Lowe's Home Improvement, Infamil, The Learning Channel, and many more.

35 MIN2009 FEB 20
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A Career in Acting w/Lindsay Campbell

Career Chat on Journalism Careers with Kara Swisher from All Things Digital/WSJ

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Kara Swisher, Co-Executive Editor of AllthingsD.com. Kara started covering digital issues for The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau in 1997. Her column BoomTown originally appeared on the front page of the Marketplace section and also online at WSJ.com.Previously, Ms. Swisher covered breaking news about the Web's major players and Internet policy issues and also wrote feature articles on technology for the paper. She has also written a weekly column for the Personal Journal on home gadget issues called Home Economics.With Walt Mossberg, she currently co-produces and co-hosts D: All Things Digital, a major high-tech conference with interviewees such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and many other leading players in the tech and media industries. The gathering is considered one of the leading conferences focused on the convergence of tech and media industries.Previously, Ms. Swisher worked as a reporter at the Washington Post. She is also the author of "aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web," published by Times Business Books in July 1998. The sequel, "There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future," was published in the fall of 2003 by Crown Business Books.She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

30 MIN2009 FEB 13
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Career Chat on Journalism Careers with Kara Swisher from All Things Digital/WSJ

A Career in the Restaurant Business: Danny Meyer on Path 101 Career Chat

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Danny Meyer, New York City restaurateur. He was born and raised in St Louis, and spent portions of his childhood traveling throughout Europe with his father's tour company, studying food and hospitality extensively in France and Italy (including such cities as Bordeaux, Rome, and Paris). In 1985, at the age of 27, he began his career as a restaurateur with the opening of Union Square Cafe.His restaurants include: Union Square Cafe (with Michael Romano), Gramercy Tavern, Tabla(With Floyd Cardoz), Blue Smoke( With Kenny Callagahan), Eleven Madison Park, and the social hub of the NYC Tech Community, Shake Shack.Six of his restaurants are in the Union Square area of Manhattan; the greenmarket there played a role in the situation of his restaurants.Meyer has made numerous appearances at the annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen, Colorado.The Epi-log, the Food Blog side of Epicurious Magazine On Line, reports that Danny will be in charge of the food at CitiField, the new Mets Stadium when it opens in 2009.

42 MIN2009 FEB 6
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A Career in the Restaurant Business: Danny Meyer on Path 101 Career Chat

So you want to be a VC? Live interview with RRE's Jim Robinson IV

Path 101 founder Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Jim Robinson, a Co-Founder & Managing Partner of RRE Ventures. He has been active within the technology community for over twenty years as a venture capitalist, banker and entrepreneur.

37 MIN2009 JAN 30
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So you want to be a VC? Live interview with RRE's Jim Robinson IV

Latest Episodes

From work to play (for your cause): Doing good and having fun with Zogsports founder Robert Herzog

ZogSports was conceived by Robert Herzog after his close call on 9/11. He decided to build on the tremendous human charity he witnessed post 9/11 and foster community in New York. Through ZogSports’ athletic, social and social action opportunities, we encourage members to maintain perspective and a more balanced lifestyle by having fun while also giving something back to the community.

41 MIN2009 MAY 1
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From work to play (for your cause): Doing good and having fun with Zogsports founder Robert Herzog

Path 101 Career Chat with Gary Clegg, Inventor of The Slanket

The Slanket Story as told by Gary: One subzero night in 1998 during my first semester of college I could not escape Maine's winter bite. While watching Late Night with Conan O'Brien I decided I needed to tear a hole in my sleeping bag so I could keep my upper body warm as I channel surfed during the commercial breaks. During Christmas vacation I commissioned the first Slanket to be made by my mother...and it was born.Everyone behind the The Slanket is on the same level when it comes to life. Besides creating a product to make people comfortable and warm, our life goals are not to accumulate mansions, SUV's, expensive watches and closets just for shoes. What we want in life is to travel the world and experience all its cultures while representing humanity positively. Whether surfing in Costa Rica, snowboarding in Austria, or studying language in South America and China, we love to spread our sleeves and let them flap in the wind, giving back in the process. BUT... there is nothing like coming home, wrapping up in THE SLANKET on your own couch and feeling the warmth of your friends and family.

41 MIN2009 APR 24
Comments
Path 101 Career Chat with Gary Clegg, Inventor of The Slanket

Path 101 Career Chat with Jonathan Coulton: An unconventional path to music

An independent musician with the heart of a geek, Jonathan Coulton is a Yale graduate who left his day-job as a computer programmer to stay home and write songs. Between 2005 and 2006 he wrote, recorded, and published a new song every week as a free podcast project called “Thing a Week.” This year-long experiment produced 52 consistently well-written and solidly produced songs, and he soon became an internet sensation. Jonathan’s songs cover unusual topics not often heard in music and tend to make even the most jaded listeners excited about music again.Coulton's is the voice of every elementary school kid who could never quite keep his shirt tucked in or shoes tied; every lovelorn mason and mad scientist; every vengeful nerd; every one of us who has ever sat despairingly on the floor, surrounded by parts of an Ikea endtable, weeping over an allen wrench.Coulton releases all his music under a Creative Commons license that allows for legal file sharing and copying, as well as non-commercial derivative works. His worldwide community of fans has rallied around him to generate airplay on hundreds of podcasts, create a library of music videos, and arrange gigs around the United States.When not traveling the globe or using his powers for good, Jonathan Coulton resides in New York City with his wife and two children.

44 MIN2009 APR 17
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Path 101 Career Chat with Jonathan Coulton: An unconventional path to music

Leah Wechsler: Careers in New Product Development: Digital Strategy and Experience Design

Charlie O'Donnell, Co-Founder & CEO of Path 101 will interview Leah Wechsler, an experience designer and information architect. Leah grew up in upstate NY. From a background of fine arts, literature and science, she was inspired by a lecture on programming to trade conventional tools for a laptop. Intrigued by technology and inspired by contemporary design she continued her studies and received her Master's from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. She has lectured at NYU, done experience design for Digitas and Deutsch, and even worked at McKinsey.

37 MIN2009 APR 3
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Leah Wechsler: Careers in New Product Development: Digital Strategy and Experience Design

Clara Shih: On the cutting edge of using social networks for business

Clara Shih is the author of The Facebook Era: Tapping Online Social Networks to Build Better Products, Reach New Audiences, and Sell More Stuff. She is the creator of Faceconnector, the first business app on Facebook. Clara joined salesforce.com in 2006 and is responsible for Social Networking Alliances and Product Strategy. Previously, she was the product line director of AppExchange, a marketplace for business SaaS applications. Clara has worked at Google and Microsoft, and has degrees from Stanford and Oxford. She is a frequently invited speaker to social media conferences worldwide.

38 MIN2009 MAR 27
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Clara Shih: On the cutting edge of using social networks for business

From Accounting to Product Management to Entrepreneurship: Learning from Dave Schappell

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Dave Schappell, founder of TeachStreet. Dave developed his experience creating customer-focused marketplace initiatives at Amazon.com, JibJab and Unitus. He has deep experience in online marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), affiliate marketing, and high-impact public relations– yes, he spends a LOT of time online. As a Director at Amazon.com from '98-'04, he was a driving force in the emergence of the marketplace platform (used and new product sales by third-party merchants) that grew from 0% to more than 24% of Amazon's unit sales today.Prior to joining Amazon, Dave was a CPA and consultant with Arthur Andersen LLP. Dave attended the MBA program at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has a BS from the Pennsylvania State University.

36 MIN2009 MAR 6
Comments
From Accounting to Product Management to Entrepreneurship: Learning from Dave Schappell

A Career in Acting w/Lindsay Campbell

Originally From Northern California, Lindsay moved to New York to begin her acting career in 2003. She holds a B.A. from Stanford University in English and Dance as well as an M.F.A in Acting from the National Theater Conservatory. Lindsay was the host of a daily online show called Wallstrip and then Moblogic.Lindsay has appeared on Law & Order, in the film "Our Bundle of Extraordinary Joy" and has performed in theaters all over NYC including Here Arts Center, The Connelly Theater, Galapagos, Theater 5. Regionally, she has worked at Baltimore's Centerstage in a production of "Speed-the-Plow" directed by Daniel Fish, at New York Stage and Film in Bill Pullman's "Expedition 6" and in several productions with the Denver Center Theater Company. She was also be featured in two episodes of the last season of HBO's The Sopranos.Lindsay performs regularly in NYC as part of the Cabaret Cucaracha which is directed by Richard Caliban and musical directed by Giovanni Spinelli.You may have also seen Lindsay in commercial campaigns for the following companies: Hallmark, Miller Genuine Draft, Volvo, Earthlink, Netscape, Dunkin' Donuts, Lowe's Home Improvement, Infamil, The Learning Channel, and many more.

35 MIN2009 FEB 20
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A Career in Acting w/Lindsay Campbell

Career Chat on Journalism Careers with Kara Swisher from All Things Digital/WSJ

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Kara Swisher, Co-Executive Editor of AllthingsD.com. Kara started covering digital issues for The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau in 1997. Her column BoomTown originally appeared on the front page of the Marketplace section and also online at WSJ.com.Previously, Ms. Swisher covered breaking news about the Web's major players and Internet policy issues and also wrote feature articles on technology for the paper. She has also written a weekly column for the Personal Journal on home gadget issues called Home Economics.With Walt Mossberg, she currently co-produces and co-hosts D: All Things Digital, a major high-tech conference with interviewees such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and many other leading players in the tech and media industries. The gathering is considered one of the leading conferences focused on the convergence of tech and media industries.Previously, Ms. Swisher worked as a reporter at the Washington Post. She is also the author of "aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web," published by Times Business Books in July 1998. The sequel, "There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future," was published in the fall of 2003 by Crown Business Books.She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

30 MIN2009 FEB 13
Comments
Career Chat on Journalism Careers with Kara Swisher from All Things Digital/WSJ

A Career in the Restaurant Business: Danny Meyer on Path 101 Career Chat

Path 101 Co-Founder & CEO Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Danny Meyer, New York City restaurateur. He was born and raised in St Louis, and spent portions of his childhood traveling throughout Europe with his father's tour company, studying food and hospitality extensively in France and Italy (including such cities as Bordeaux, Rome, and Paris). In 1985, at the age of 27, he began his career as a restaurateur with the opening of Union Square Cafe.His restaurants include: Union Square Cafe (with Michael Romano), Gramercy Tavern, Tabla(With Floyd Cardoz), Blue Smoke( With Kenny Callagahan), Eleven Madison Park, and the social hub of the NYC Tech Community, Shake Shack.Six of his restaurants are in the Union Square area of Manhattan; the greenmarket there played a role in the situation of his restaurants.Meyer has made numerous appearances at the annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen, Colorado.The Epi-log, the Food Blog side of Epicurious Magazine On Line, reports that Danny will be in charge of the food at CitiField, the new Mets Stadium when it opens in 2009.

42 MIN2009 FEB 6
Comments
A Career in the Restaurant Business: Danny Meyer on Path 101 Career Chat

So you want to be a VC? Live interview with RRE's Jim Robinson IV

Path 101 founder Charlie O'Donnell will be interviewing Jim Robinson, a Co-Founder & Managing Partner of RRE Ventures. He has been active within the technology community for over twenty years as a venture capitalist, banker and entrepreneur.

37 MIN2009 JAN 30
Comments
So you want to be a VC? Live interview with RRE's Jim Robinson IV
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