Welcome to the fourth and latest Inc. Uncensored podcast, hosted by Inc. editor James Ledbetter.

In this episode, executive editor Jon Fine ponders--and examines the likely causes of--the untimely death of tech website GigaOm. Should it have taken as much venture-capital funding as it did?


Christine Lagorio-Chafkin opens the doors to the next wave of nurseries--and finds the Internet of Things has invaded. As traditional baby monitors get replaced by biometric trackers, is all this technology getting too close for comfort to newborn babies? (Read her story here: Behold: The Quantified Baby.)

Finally, Will Yakowicz talks about the frightening and fascinating world of entrepreneurship--on the moon. (Read his story here: The Next Frontier for Startups: The Moon.)

And, as with every episode, find out what made every member of the podcast team hit the "Like Button" this week. 

James Ledbetter, the editor of Inc., is host of the Inc. Uncensored podcast, which is part of the Panoply network. Regular participants include: executive editor Jon Fine, a longtime BusinessWeek columnist and Inc.'s technology editor; senior writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, who covers technology, startups, and culture; and staff writer Will Yakowicz, who covers management, cryptocurrency, and the grey economy.

You can listen to individual episodes on the Panoply networkSoundcloud, or oniTunes--where you can also subscribe. We hope you enjoy. Stream the third episode below, or click the links at the left.