Joe Rogan interviews Steve Jobs is entirely generated by artificial intelligence. Every week, we explore a new topic in depth, and listeners can suggest topics or even guests and hosts for future episodes. Whether you’re a machine learning enthusiast, just want to hear your favorite topics covered in a new way or even just want to listen to voices … Continue reading Joe Rogan interviews Steve Jobs

🎶It’s not fun to play with the DMCA🎶

My podcast Better off Read has been down for the last 24 hours. This is because a DMCA takedown service reported I had breached copyright for making an episode of my podcast about 2666 by Roberto Bolaño because they have ‘power of attorney’ over this text… More here. via Neil on Twitter. The entire thread … Continue reading 🎶It’s not fun to play with the DMCA🎶

Podcasts you should be listening to

Here is a simple list of the podcasts I have been listening to recently. Some of them will make the hours disappear. The Lazarus Heist “Almost a perfect crime.” The hacking ring and an attempt to steal a billion dollars. Investigators blame North Korea. Pyongyang denies involvement. The story begins in Hollywood. A compelling tale … Continue reading Podcasts you should be listening to

Spotify gives, Spotify takes away

Spotify is tying podcasts and music close together. The company announced today that it’s testing a new podcast format that’ll allow podcast listeners to hear entire music tracks during a show, as opposed to a brief sample. Hosts will also be able to create shows in this format through Anchor, the Spotify-owned podcast creation app. … Continue reading Spotify gives, Spotify takes away

All About The Apple Watch

After that, I sit down with two other HODINKEE Radio alums, John Gruber and Om Malik. In addition to being lovers of mechanical watches, these guys are two of the brightest minds on the planet when it comes to all things Apple. John covers the company extensively on both Daring Fireball and The Talk Show, … Continue reading All About The Apple Watch

Should We Separate the Art From the Artist?

One of the first “canceled” artists Stephen and Angela discuss is, of course, Michael Jackson. To learn more about the allegations against the pop star, read this New York Times article by Ben Sisario, or watch the 2019 Emmy-winning documentary, HBO’s Leaving Neverland… More here. I haven’t has time to listen to this episode yet, … Continue reading Should We Separate the Art From the Artist?

The Origins Podcast: Ricky Gervais

If you listen to one podcast episode this year make it this one. It is just brilliant. Brilliant and right on. But that’s what quantum theory and cosmology and relativity do, as he says “It overturns all the things I held sacred in science”. So while those things still work in the world we can … Continue reading The Origins Podcast: Ricky Gervais

The Tip Off podcast

Welcome to The Tip Off- the podcast where we take you behind the scenes of some of the best investigative journalism from recent years. Each episode we’ll be digging into an investigative scoop- hearing from the journalists behind the work as they tell us about the leads, the dead-ends and of course, the tip offs… … Continue reading The Tip Off podcast

A bad move for podcasts

It sounds like the latest programming blitz from Netflix. But this lineup — more than 40 exclusive shows, all without ads — has nothing to do with video. The offerings come from a podcast start-up called Luminary that has emerged from stealth mode to unveil nearly $100 million in funding and a subscription-based business model that it … Continue reading A bad move for podcasts

The Brady Heywood Podcast

Join forensic engineer Sean Brady as he discusses engineering failures and disasters. Sean examines both the technical and human causes of failure, explores failures in a range of professions, and talks about why our decision making is not nearly as rational as we’d like to think… Subscribe here. I got details of this via The … Continue reading The Brady Heywood Podcast

This Is Love

The creators of the popular podcast, Criminal, surprised everyone when they turned their attention to an investigation of a very different kind. This is Love explores perseverance, obsession, and what happens when we risk betting it all… More here. This is what podcasts should be about because the subject matter is what life is about. … Continue reading This Is Love

20 great storytelling podcasts

If ever there was a time to immerse yourself in a different world, a commute on a dark grey winter’s morning is it. Storytelling podcasts can take you straight into fantasy, can grip you, make you laugh, help you relax before bed or even make you miss your stop on the bus. However they do … Continue reading 20 great storytelling podcasts

SoundCloud running out of time

Exiting team members wanted to know why they weren’t warned, while those who survived the cuts wanted assurance that the cost reductions would keep the company afloat for the long-run. But as security ominously filed into SoundCloud’s meeting rooms at its offices around the world during the all-hands video conference broadcast from its Berlin headquarters, … Continue reading SoundCloud running out of time

Fringe Game History Podcast: Episode 1

Episode 1 – Kirk Israel Kirk Israel talks about JoustPong, a game he has made and remade many times over the years. We dive into the homebrew community surrounding the Atari 2600 in the early 2000s, the strain of obsessive assembly coding on relationships, and the challenge of finding a supportive community. Kirk is very … Continue reading Fringe Game History Podcast: Episode 1

Podcast releases man from prison

A Swedish man who spent 13 years in prison has been released after a podcast convinced the country’s Supreme Court to retry his case. Kaj Linna was convicted of robbery and murder then sentenced to life in prison despite what experts called a lack of evidence or eye-witness testimony. Linna maintained his innocence throughout the … Continue reading Podcast releases man from prison

We’re All Gonna Die

The world is a vampire, and politics is hell. On the We’re All Gonna Die podcast, premiering today, the Daily Dot staff complains about the world. Come with us as we dissect the viral political news of the week. Straight from the exhausted, cranky bums who have to write about this stuff… More at The … Continue reading We’re All Gonna Die

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