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    On this week’s episode of #GuysWeFucked, co-hosts CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch) pass along the news of something good happening in Hollywood and talk more about break-ups and mourning. Then, the gals sit down with author and activist AMANDA KNOX to discuss slut-shaming in media and the courtroom, what it’s like having sex for the first time after being in prison, masturbating in your cell, sexual assault by people in power, Madonna v. Whore, and kind touch. PLUS: A BIG FUCKING ANNOUNCEMENT!!


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  2. Waking Up Podcast #131 - Dictators, Immigration, #MeToo, and Other Imponderables | Sam Harris

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Masha Gessen about Vladimir Putin, the problem of gauging public opinion in Russia, Trump’s fondness for dictators, the challenges of immigration, comparisons between Christian and Muslim intolerance, “fake news” and the health of journalism, the #MeToo movement, and other topics.

    Masha Gessen began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014, and became a staff writer in 2017. Gessen is the author of nine books, including The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia, which won the National Book Award in 2017; and The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin. Gessen has written about Russia, autocracy, L.G.B.T. rights, Vladimir Putin, and Donald Trump, among others, for The New York Review of Books and The New York Times. On a parallel track, Gessen has been a science journalist, writing about aids, medical genetics, and mathematics; famously, Gessen was dismissed as editor of the Russian popular-science magazine Vokrug Sveta for refusing to send a reporter to observe Putin hang-gliding with the Siberian cranes. Gessen is a visiting professor at Amherst College and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Andrew Carnegie Fellowship, a Nieman Fellowship, and the Overseas Press Club Award for Best Commentary. After more than twenty years as a journalist and editor in Moscow, Gessen has been living in New York since 2013.



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  3. Moms and Stuff

    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom sings some notes with Bridget and dishes about insider trading and pet insurance. Jennifer Love Hewitt is in the Pound It or Pass hot seat, and Keith gives us five more reasons why he’s a bad person. Listen on Spotify for extended episodes.

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  4. Judge John Hodgman Episode 369: The Booth, the Whole Booth, and Nothing But the Booth | Maximum Fun


    Judge John Hodgman

    Sophie is filing suit against her parents, Toby and Thor. If they are out to eat and seated at a table they don’t like, Toby and Thor will ask to sit elsewhere. Sophie thinks that her parents should just deal with the table they’ve been given. Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

    Thank you to Ian Brodie for suggesting this week’s title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions.


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  5. 5by5 | Asymcar #44: The view from Tokyo with Bertel Schmitt


    Horace Dediu and Jim Zellmer discuss the politics, processes and possibilities of cars in light of: 1. Young people deferring drivers licenses.

    1. The growth of car sharing.

    2. Practical alternative power trains.

    3. Urbanization. 5. Increased Congestion.

    4. Driverless cars. 7. Rise of the "App Economy".

    Hosted by Horace Dediu and Jim Zellmer.

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  6. Presentable #47: The Oral History of Information Architecture, with Lou Rosenfeld - Relay FM

    My old friend Lou Rosenfeld joins the program. He co-authored the seminal book on Information Architecture in the ’90s. We go deep into the history of the discipline, and how it’s playing out in a new generation of designers today.

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  7. Canvas #63: iOS 12 First Impressions - Relay FM

    Fraser and Federico have been living on the early betas of iOS 12 for a couple of weeks now and they really like it.

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  8. Pocket’s Nate Weiner saves our content

    Pocket founder and CEO Nate Weiner tells us why he sold his company to Mozilla — and how he’s working to build a better version of Facebook’s News Feed into the Firefox browser. By analyzing the articles and videos people save into Pocket, Weiner believes the company can show people the best of the web — in a personalized way — without building an all-knowing, Facebook-style profile of the user.


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  9. How To Be Amazing # 87: David Cross

    The multi-talented actor, comedian, writer, and director sits down with Michael to discuss his journey from his first stand up performance as a teenager in Atlanta to his many memorable roles on Arrested Development, Mr. Show with Bob and David, and more. The two colleagues dive into a heartfelt conversation about the unsteadiness of working in Hollywood,  the ways in which men can support #MeToo and #TimesUp, and navigating the volatile world of Twitter.

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  10. Download #58: Focus on our Most Profitable Children - Relay FM

    Live from Apple’s developer conference in San Jose, we’re joined by some Apple experts to discuss iOS and macOS announcements. Plus Amazon and Sonos make some home theater announcements.

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