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  1. I Have to Ask: Nate Silver

    Nate Silver is the editor-in-chief of FiveThirtyEight.com. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss what effect the Kavanaugh controversy has had on the 2018 elections, the odds that Trump gets re-elected in 2020, and the political choices facing the Democratic Party.

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  2. Special Sauce: Jonathan Gold on How to Jonathan Gold Someone

    In this episode of Special Sauce - which, I must warn you, is a bit NSFW, unless you're surrounded by some really adventurous eaters with good senses of humor - Gold, Gabbert, and I discuss our shared passion for music and why there might be a connection between music lovers and serious eaters. 

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-306003081/special-sauce-jonathan-gold-on
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue, 24 Jul 2018 13:18:15 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Avoid Performance Management, Share Things, and Feedback

    Interview 2.0 with Michael Lopp (@rands), VP of Engineering at Slack. We chat about the dangers of

    Performance Management, Speaking Last, the Builder's High, Front Page of Reddit, Biking Inspiration, Sharing Your Things, Phone Home Screen, some useful apps: 1Password, DarkSky & Wonderground, Strava, Bear App, MarkDown.

    Then we get into some Email vs Slack, Slack Tricks and thoughts on Slack for Social and as a knowledge base.

    Finally-Spoilers: Last Jedi & Blade Runner - GeekSpeak Podcast for 2018-04-10


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  4. Guy Fieri Doesn’t Live On A Yacht That Shoots Rockets «

    This week's episode of The Sporkful podcast is up! Listen through the player, Stitcher, or Apple Podcasts. (And please subscribe!)

    You may think of Guy Fieri as a Food Network star, but he thinks of himself more as a restaurateur. And he's been obsessed with finding success as a food businessman ever since he was a kid. (In fact he was well on his way before he was ever on TV.)

    Guy got his start at age 10 — with a pretzel cart.

    The money he earned from that cart helped Guy pay to study abroad (read: eat!) in France during high school.

    After that, he got a degree in hospitality and went to work in corporate kitchens. Eventually he started opening his own restaurants in northern California — and the rest, as they say, is history.

    "This is all I know. I’ve only ever been in the restaurant business," Guy tells Dan in this week's episode.

    This week on The Sporkful, we talk food and business with Guy Fieri.

    You probably know him from his TV shows — Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games. Or maybe you remember Pete Wells's epically bad review of Guy's New York City restaurant.

    But did you know Guy has always wanted to open an all-organic restaurant?

    "Would I love to have a completely organic restaurant? Yeah," he says. "Can you sell that in Las Vegas? Not in my position you can’t."

    Or that he hates that flaming bowling shirt he's famous for wearing (below)?

    "There’s way too much stereotyping. There’s a picture of me in a flaming shirt that everyone loves," he says. "God damn I hate that shirt!"

    Listen in to the full episode to hear what we all get wrong about Guy. (No yacht, no rockets.)

    Plus, Guy shares the best business advice he ever got from his friend Sammy Hagar. And Dan asks Guy for advice about getting into the pasta business.

    (And be sure to check out Guy's Big Project on Food Network!)

    This week's episode of The Sporkful podcast is up! Listen through the player, Stitcher, or Apple Podcasts. (And please subscribe!)

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    Today's sponsors:

    Go to Arhaus.com/Sporkful to learn more about Arhaus's dining sale.

    Go to Bhhsnyp.com/Sporkful to learn about the story behind Manhattan residential real estate.

    Go to SpiceIslands.com/Sporkful for spice facts and recipes.

    Go to TastyBite.com to learn more about Tasty Bite's ready-to-eat Thai, Indian, and  Asian dishes.

    Interstitial music in this episode from Black Label Music:

    • "Diamond Cutter" by Marc Zazzaro

    • "Simple Song" by Chris Bierden

    • "Saturn Returns" by Kenneth J. Brahmstedt

    • "Dusty Roads" by Cullen Fitzpatrick

    Photo: FlickrCC/Ana Ulin; and courtesy of Guy Fieri


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  5. David Letterman - The Howard Stern Show

    From The Howard Stern Show (08-16-17) - David Letterman

    For more Howard Stern Show: Website - www.howardstern.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/sternshow Instagram - www.instagram/sternshow Facebook - www.facebook.com/thehowardsternshow

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/howardstern/davidletterman
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue, 26 Sep 2017 20:19:45 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  6. Dribbble - Show and tell for designers

    In episode 22, Dan chats with icon designer Louie Mantia. Louie is a co-founder of Parakeet—a small design studio with a concentration on icons, logos, illustrations, and emoji. In this episode, Dan and Louie chat about getting inspired by Disney, bringing fun back to app icons, typeface vs icon design, advice for new designers, and more.


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