Tyler Cowen and Neal Stephenson talk Satoshi Nakimoto, physical surveillance, economic value of space, social media and dystopia, life in the Baroque, and more.
E58: Erasing Black Barbecue (w/ Johnny Walker, Adrian Miller, Daniel Vaughn and Brent & Juan Reaves) —The Racist Sandwich Podcast
Hey y’all! We’re back in Texas with producer Stephanie Kuo, as she takes us
on another tasty, tasty trip across her home state. This week, we’re
talking barbecue. It’s delicious, it’s trendy, it’s decidedly American. But
its story today has pretty huge holes.
Howard and David
Hey everyone, today I share the mic with Mike Dudas, co-founder and CRO of Button, a company that helps retailers realize the power of mobile by allowing seamless interconnected services to complement relevant products.
Tune in to hear how Mike has leaned on a unique combination of sound business and dumb luck to create a habitual winner, what the team did to grow Button 10X in 1 year and drive tens of millions in revenue within 3 years, how a fortunate change in Uber’s business model allowed Button to succeed early on, and the process they go through to find, court and hire the right people.
The origins of Good One, Vulture’s new podcast about jokes and those who tell them, date back two years ago, specifically, to the second Vulture Festival. I was tasked with interviewing Jerry Seinfeld, a real (albeit intimidating) dream come true. It went well, with us talking about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Bee Movie memes, and jokes. There were a lot of questions about jokes. So much so, that afterward, Seinfeld told me, “You’re really interested in jokes,” you know, for someone who isn’t a comedian. Thinking back, this comment and interview inspired me to start a podcast about jokes and how they are constructed. Ahead of Good One coming to Vulture Festival this weekend, with Bill Burr as a guest, we decided to run that Seinfeld interview as a special bonus episode.
A.J. Daulerio is the former editor-in-chief of Gawker. “The choices they’ve given me are take back everything that you loved about Nick [Denton], Gawker, and your job, and we’ll give you your $1,000 back or your ability to make money. You can walk away
A reading of "Welcome to Uberville," an article from theverge.com http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/1/12735666/uber-altamonte-springs-fl-public-transportation-taxi-system
Illustration by Jude Buffum
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/david-carlson-711295829/ubertown
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‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 22: “The Only Character Having Fun” [Guest: Rob Bricken] - Dog and Pony Show
This episode I talk with Rob Bricken; Editor-in-Chief of the tech and pop culture website io9.
Professor Siracusa’s Anime 101
John Siracusa assigns us two animated films from director Satoshi Kon, “Perfect Blue” and “Millennium Actress.” Then we watch them! Featuring: What to look for in Anime tropes, blurring of reality and fantasy, when animation is better than live action, and the lovingly rendered start-up sequence of a Macintosh Performa.
March 16, 2013
1 hour, 11 minutes
with John Siracusa, Lisa Schmeiser and Tony Sindelar
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Professor Siracusa's Anime 101
John Siracusa assigns us two animated films from director Satoshi Kon, "Perfect Blue" and "Millennium Actress." Then we watch them! Featuring: What to look for in Anime tropes, blurring of reality and fantasy, when animation is better than live action, and the lovingly rendered start-up sequence of a Macintosh Performa.
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