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  1. Live From SXSW: Joy Reid, Amber Ruffin & Jenny Hagel On Diversity In Late Night & News (BONUS)

    Live from the SXSW podcast stage presented by TuneIn, Late Night with Seth Meyers writer/performers Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel have a candid conversation with MSNBC’s Joy Reid about how their unique experiences have informed their careers and their work. (Recorded in front of a live audience in Austin on March 11, 2018.)


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  2. Presentable #41: What to Do With a Seat at the Table - Relay FM

    Special guest Kate Aronowitz, design partner at Google Ventures,

    joins the show. We discuss the opportunities and responsibilities of designers as they advance in their careers, gain more influence, and achieve that fabled seat at the table.

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  3. Waking Up Podcast #119 — Hidden Motives | Sam Harris

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Robin Hanson about our hidden motives in everyday life. They discuss selfishness, hypocrisy, norms and meta-norms, cheating, deception, self-deception, education, the evolutionary logic of conversation, social status, signaling and counter-signaling, common knowledge, AI, and many other topics.

    Robin Hanson is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University and a research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. He has a Phd in social science from Cal Tech, master’s degrees in physics and philosophy, and nine years of experience as a research programmer in artificial intelligence and Bayesian statistics. He’s recognized not only for his contributions to economics (pioneering the theory and use of prediction markets) but also in a wide range of other fields. He is the author (along with Kevin Simler) of The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life.

    Twitter: @robinhanson

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  4. OA154: Stormy Daniels is a Legal Genius - Opening Arguments

    This emergency episode examines the Complaint filed by Stormy Daniels seeking a legal determination that the Settlement Agreement entered into between her, Donald Trump’s lawyer, and (allegedly) Donald Trump is not legally binding.

    We honestly believe that this is a much bigger bombshell than is being portrayed by the press.  Listen and find out why.

    We also end with an all-new TTTBE #66 featuring David Michael.  You won’t want to miss it!  Remember that you can play along with #TTTBE by retweeting our episode on Twitter or sharing it on Facebook along with your guess.  We’ll release the answer on next Tuesday’s episode along with our favorite entry!

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  5. Upgrade #183: It’s Dumb Until We Do It - Relay FM

    Would Apple really update the MacBook Air at this late date? We break down the possibilities, plus Jason finally finishes his HomePod review, Netflix and Apple keep investing in original video content, and then Myke at the Movies revisits 1986’s “Aliens.”

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  6. The Incomparable | A Lifeboat Made of Mom (Episode 396)

    Put on your super suit, but be sure to take off the cape! We discuss Pixar’s “The Incredibles”, a spectacular story of superheroes, being your best self, family, mid-life crises, and the dangers of machine-learning AIs.

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  7. How Dangerous Is Misinformation On Facebook? : NPR

    NPR’s Scott Simon speaks with Roger McNamee, a former mentor to Mark Zuckerberg and an early investor in Facebook. He believes the company threatens democracy because it has helped spread fake news.

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  8. Listen to the full interview: Treasury Secretary Mnuchin at UCLA

    Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal’s full interview with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, along with the audience Q&A session, conducted at the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations.

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  9. Presentable #40: Driving UX Research at Uber - Relay FM

    Special guest Molly Stevens, Director of UX Research for Uber,

    joins the show. We talk about what it’s like to manage research with a distributed team for a company that does business in countries around the world.

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  10. a16z Podcast: The Business of Continual Change

    Every large company — especially ones that have been around for a long time — goes through multiple cycles of change. But how do you know where to go next, and when, and how? The management literature is full of case studies, research, and of course, advice… but what if you borrowed from the principles of scientific and social progress instead? In fact, that’s what Charles Koch, chairman and CEO of Koch Industries (one of the largest private companies in the U.S., with over $100B in revenue as estimated by Forbes), did in thinking about how to evolve their business. They systematically grew their capabilities from oil and chemicals; to polymers, fibers, and related consumer products; and then into forest products, glass, steel; and now, electronics and software.

    But this kind of "continual transformation" (and even stated company values) observes Marc Andreessen, sounds obvious; "every company must do that, every company must seek to be the partner of choice to all of its constituents, every company must seek to continually improve". So how did it all work in practice, from strategy and management to incentives and compensation? And is this a new kind of conglomerate business model? This episode of the a16z Podcast covers these questions and more, touching brie…

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