Stephen Hackett and John Voorhees sit down to talk about Ken Kocienda’s book Creative Selection, in which he writes about the creation of Safari and original iPhone.
Emmy-winning comedy writer and Thurber Prize-winning author Alan Zweibel returns to discuss (among other topics) the evolution of “SaturdayNight Live,” the genius of Larry Gelbart and Neil Simon and the 2018 documentaries about his longtime friends and collaborators, Gilda Radnerand Garry Shandling. Also, Jay Leno offers sage advice, Buck Henry makes a bad investment, Gilbert makes like Willy Loman and LorneMichaels locks horns with Uncle Miltie. PLUS: Praising Kate McKinnon! Remembering Bruno Kirby (and Herb Sargent)! Mel Brooks comes to dinner! Desi Arnaz invents the sitcom! And Alan writes the Paul “Bridge Over Troubled Water” Simon Special!
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons talks with actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish about her performance origins, her upcoming projects including ‘Night School,’ dating after fame, and more.
Brianna breaks a promise to America and buys an iPhone. Then, Wal-Mart’s enforcement of the lettuce blockchain. Is it good — or silly? Marvel’s Spider-Man is out and Bri’s twenty hours in. Finally, the finale of Fyre Festival.
Dan Mall on Optimizing Your Day, Pricing, The Hollywood Business Model, SuperBooked and More | The Strong Web
If you’ve been around the web industry for a while, you may have heard of Dan Mall. He’s a creative director, designer, and overall great guy. We dive into some great topics like what motivates him and keeps him going, how he structures his very busy work day, how he prices his work, and the "Hollywood" business model.
Tommy and Adam discuss life simplification strategies, from introducing elements of minimalism to better time management and everything in between.
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For the 4 year anniversary episode of TPD, it was my pleasure to have been joined by one of my favorite podcasters of all time - Merlin Mann! I talk with Merlin about his history in podcasting, working with his co-hosts, the difference in his shows and some of his favorite podcasts! If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting TPD on Patreon! Links Merlin Mann (Twitter) (Blog) 43 Folders
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This week, Humanist chaplain and community activist Chris Stedman joined Ana to discuss the unique relationship between movement atheism and the Alt-Right. Chris wrote a piece on the trend from prominent atheists like Bill Maher, Sam Harris, and Richard Dawkins to promote some liberal social policies while putting forth critiques of social justice policies that amount to an “alt-light.” Ana and Chris delve deep into the atheist movement, investigating why and how atheists have found common ground with Christian white nationalism in the broader Trump coalition.Historian Diana Butler Bass joins Chris and Ana to answer a listener question about finding forgiveness for Christians in the age of the Trump, as well as for a discussion about the many roads that compassion and forgiveness can lead down.https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/3k7jx8/too-many-atheists-are-veering-dangerously-toward-the-alt-rightGet in touch with us at email@example.com, and @crooked_friends on Twitter.Check out our sponsors!Go to sunbasket.com/friends for $35 off your first order.Get free shipping on your first order at everlane.com/friends. You’ll get 25% off your first box when you keep all five items in your box at stitchfix.com/friends.Visit thrivemarket.com/friends for 25% off your first order plus a 30-day free trial.
On Recode Media, Redef CEO Jason Hirschhorn calls it "the greatest land grab in the history of media ever."
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