Andy Ihnatko and Dan Benjamin celebrate their 100th episode with a special discussion about the art of podcasting, the podcasting industry, electronic media, using and abusing firewire ports, and more.
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Andy Ihnatko and Dan Benjamin talk about David Letterman’s retirement and the history and future of late night television.
Andy Ihnatko and Dan Benjamin talk about cross-browser and device design, the trials and tribulations involved in making a simple online purchase, and the future of digital dealings.
Andy Ihnatko and Dan Benjamin talk about comics, articles, movies, books, tv, and music.
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Andy talks with Dan about his recent trip to Las Vegas for CES, the Internet of things, and more.
Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
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Kevin Sumlin on PGS
Coach Sumlin dropped by this morning as we had Bun B in-studio to talk about Johnny Manziel, how his team will do without him this year and his other guys heading into this draft as well as his very strong recruiting class.
I really enjoyed this quite a bit.
It was incredibly universal, and I suspect anyone who listens to it will have something that they can connect to directly in there.
There are a whole bunch of topics that I’d love to see you guys dive into.
As someone who works in the arts, I’m particularly interested in how people with creative ambitions balance those ambitions with "survival" jobs, and the various work cultures around that.
I’ve lived in NYC since 2001, so I know lots of people pursuing artistic careers.
It has been interesting seeing the trajectories of people who don’t have money to fall back on and have to balance those pursuits with other jobs, and then comparing that with the people who come from wealth / have trust funds and can easily take the free internships or spend the day on their art.
I’d also like to see an episode about boundaries.
There’s an interesting tug of war going on in practically every office I’ve ever temped at (back from my temping days.)
There are these weird little power struggles and turf wars…
Sometimes it is people trying to dump tasks off on other people, sometimes it is about claiming credit.
I’d love to see a show devoted to the strange power struggles and esoteric dynamics of the typical office.
EDIT - Just saw a buddy of mine who has a mythologized career (he’s a Private Investigator) and thought that that might be an awesome topic.
I’d LOVE to hear a show where you guys have on someone who has a job that is portrayed frequently in film & TV, fiction, or games but not at all in an accurate way.
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