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  1. The Man with the Golden Airline Ticket

    My dad was one of the only people with a good-for-life, go-anywhere American Airlines pass. Then they took it away. This is the true story of having—and losing—a superpower.

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  2. Six Colors podcast from WWDC

    Every week (ish) Six Colors members can hear a podcast where Dan and I discuss the issues of the week in a fun, casual format. This week we recorded outside in San Jose for WWDC and I’m making the mp3 available to everyone. If you enjoy it, consider subscribing to Six Colors! You’ll get access to the podcast feed and also a monthly email newsletter with exclusive content.

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  3. a16z Podcast: The $200 PC in the Enterprise

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  4. Mark Pesce: re-enlightenment

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  5. Radio to make you wince: Airbnb responds to questions about tax evasion in Australia

    Earlier this week the Mornington Peninsula Shire told us it’s considering a crackdown on ‘party houses’, following a rise in short stay accommodation options in the area.

    Brent Thomas is the Head of Public Policy at Airbnb ANZ. He Joined Jon Faine to respond.

    But it quickly evolved into a conversation about tax, when Jon Faine asked Mr Thomas what tax Airbnb pays in Australia.

    What follows is one of the most eye-watering pieces of radio you’ll hear all year!

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  6. Cosmic Shambles Live #2

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  7. Cosmic Shambles Live #2

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  8. Cosmic Shambles LIVE

    Robin Ince poses our missed audience questions to Dr Helen Czerski, Dr Katie Mack, Matt Parker and Professor Lucie Green. There’s questions about black holes, event horizons, flushing toilets and pie flavours.

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  9. The moon and other things

    “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things,” goes the famous quote from US President John F. Kennedy, “not because they are easy but because they are hard.” But what you don’t know is just how hard the Apollo 11 mission was — and how close it came to disaster.

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  10. Breaking down the cost of renewables

    Debates about renewable energy are back in the headlines.

    Tony Abbott popped up on the weekend saying that the Renewable Energy Target should be scrapped, because it will push up power prices.

    But yesterday, the Shadow Energy minister Mark Butler told RN Breakfast that the target puts downward pressure on prices.

    So can we really continue our transition toward renewable energy without any extra costs?

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