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Listen to Episode No. 10 of Podcast for America! Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS Feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab Podcast for America is your inside look at the preening self-celebration of human striving and shamelessness that is a presidential campaign cycle. Your hosts are Mark Leibovich, national…
Episode 10: Paul Ford and Josh Whip the Dip
published on 2015/06/15 01:06:36 +0000
The enigmatic and hilarious Paul Ford returns to Tomorrow to discuss his recent, critically acclaimed Businessweek story "What Is Code?" The two men actually manage to stay on topic for a little while, but the conversation soon devolves (evolves?) into a whirlwind discussion about commenters, Batman, and Nokia. In addition, listeners will have a front row seat to the birth of a unique, high-concept restaurant.
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