Esther and Caroline are on a mission to find their inner glowy goddess and share their findings about the worlds of beauty, health, diet and all things girly and glowy. Come glow up with them!
Federico and John take a deeper look at two favorite apps. In this installment: Bear and DEVONthink.
Highlights: what we may call today “gender equity,” non-musical, Cincinnati, proto-Terry Crews, my cool baby, sharing media across generations, a (not so) surprising amount of Hamilton talk, the kids are alright, columnists.
What do donuts, cars, and grassfed beef have in common? Careful design not
just for the final product- but careful design of the process used to make
The TV showrunner joins to discuss gender identity
Consent, power relationships and career-ending moments: Charlotte and Emma
discuss the #MeToo movement, testifying as punishment, and how to keep the
Women are pissed. After the election of Donald Trump, the sustained fury of American women has been one of the defining features of his political backlash.Â From the immediate outpouring of rage in the Womenâs Marches to the reckoning of the #MeTooÂ moment to the historic number of women on the ballot in the coming midterm elections, the country is witnessing the beginnings of a social upheaval thatâs been long in the making. In her new book, Rebecca Traister traces the historical and current potency of womenâs political rage.Â
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This week Myke and Jason welcome their favorite features of iOS 12, await their latest Apple purchases, and discuss the fallout from Apple’s decision to focus on larger and more expensive phones this time around.
This week, Alex and Kathy are joined by some buddies while recording LIVE at the XOXO Festival in Portland, Oregon.
We identify whether our buddies are robots or unicorns (or a cyborg). We talk about another buddy Myke Hurley, conferences, serial killers, what makes this yearâs XOXO different, and the PacMan method.
Mark and Sarah have basically been preparing for 26 years to rank every song on "The Immaculate Collection." Now that day has come. Get ready for personal memories, passionate stances, and several gasps of surprise. Get ready, too, for a ton of song clips, because how can you choose just one? (Editor’s note: you may experience some echoing in parts of the recording. We apologize for any inconvenience.)
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