Frank Gruber


Frank Gruber and co-host John Guidos talk about whether they could live without email and how society is changing with the elimination of the landline and a “home phone.”  Frank also celebrates Laurie Segall on the launch of Dot Dot Dot Media and Lo Toney’s  raising of a $42M fund to invest in startups at Plexo Capital. He also notes that Michael Chasen, the CEO of PrecisionHawk, a Raleigh, N.C.-based provider of… Read More

Frank Gruber catches up with John Guidos and the two discuss Frank’s recent trip to Chicago where he was the keynote speaker at the NASA iTech event and his reconnecting with Jonathan Ozeran at Tempus. Amongst other things, Frank celebrates Aubrie Pagano the co-founder of Bow & Drape on her company being acquired by Win Brands Group and his old friend Eric Lunt who is joining VSCO the photography app and community… Read More

On this episode of the Somewhat Frank Podcast, Frank Gruber and John “Johnny Goodtimes” Guidos discuss the Washington Nationals historic World Series victory and a brief recap of the 2019 Startup of the Year Summit which was held in Memphis, Tennessee. The guys also celebrate Sarah Lacy on selling Pando to Todd Garland of BuySellAds. They congratulate Steve Case, Anna Mason, David Hall, Mary Grove, and the rest of the Rise of… Read More

Miki Agrawal

Accomplishing the things you want to in life and ultimately being happy can sometimes seem overwhelming. Many people overcomplicate things and end up chasing the wrong things. How do you simplify the pursuit to make sure you accomplish your goals? How do you know you’re taking the right approach? Serial entrepreneur and author Miki Agrawal has a few tips and ideas on how accomplishing your goals as she explained in her first… Read More

USAF Fixed Wing Helmet at AFWERX Vegas photo by Frank Gruber

Innovating at a large corporation or at a government agency can be difficult. It means doing things differently, introducing new concepts and embracing failure. The larger you are, the harder it can be to change the way you do things – even if it’s for the better. To combat that, the U.S. Air Force decided to create a new program dedicated to solving some of the toughest problems it faces via collaborations… Read More