Lindsey Buckhingham of Fleetwood Mac breaks down "Go Your Own Way" from the band’s seminal album "Rumours."
New York investigators are turning up the heat on the Trump Foundation this summer. The Washington Postâs David Fahrenthold shares a series of increasingly unbelievable stories about the organizationâs shenanigans.
Another mixtape, combining lots of weird and random files I have accumulated over the years, and keep in a folder that’s called “weird and random audio”.
Includes: Telly Savalas being really 70s, some random preacher who is really into UFOs, Asian covers of popular tunes, surf tunes, early punk, Shatner’s balls, Hitchcock, and something that’s Incredible, but True.
I did this more or less live, choosing tracks as I came across them, and adding them to the mix in order, with minimal editing.
Follow the Justice League into their modern adventures and then join us for an interview with JLA Year One writer Mark Waid!
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The Long Winters frontman John Roderick joins us on the GrottoPod this week and talks about how making a splash — anywhere — can lead to a book deal. Roderick, who formed the long-running Seattle band with fellow ex-Harvey Danger member Sean Nelson, also hosts two podcasts (Roderick on the Line, with writer and 43 Folders founder Merlin Mann, and Road Work, with 5by5 founder Dan Benjamin), has hosted live cabaret and YouTube travel videos, and ran for Seattle City Council (he came in third). All of this — plus massive followings on Twitter and Instagram — have led multiple agents to beg Roderick to write a book. He tells us what he might write, and our hosts offer a GrottoPod first: 35 seconds of mid-podcast rock and roll.
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Jessy Irwin makes her triumphant return to the podcast to help us work through our feelings about the Yahoo data breach, the NIST guidance on SMS two-factor
A weekly conversation between Patrick Rothfuss (Name of the Wind) and Max Temkin (Cards Against Humanity).
John Roderick returns to Systematic to talk about the mental health of
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