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Josh & Lyra - What Future with Joshua Topolsky | iHeart
Josh & Lyra - What Future with Joshua Topolsky | iHeart
pJosh is on the road, sans microphone. Thankfully, producer Lyra records all her phone calls. This episode of What Future Is lo-fi and stressed for time. What could go wrong? Discussed: Karens, catcalling, Blackberry/ppSee a href='https://omnystudio.com/listener'omnystudio.com/listener/a for privacy information./p
·iheart.com·
Josh & Lyra - What Future with Joshua Topolsky | iHeart
Tech's Mask Off Moment - What Next: TBD | Tech, power, and the future
Tech's Mask Off Moment - What Next: TBD | Tech, power, and the future
When conservative writer Richard Hanania’s old posts, originally published under a pseudonym, came to light, people were shocked at just how racist and reactionary they were. Perhaps less shocking were the tech moguls who were revealed to be supporting him.Guest: Anil Dash, technologist and writer, and the head of GlitchIf you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you’ll be supporting the work we do here on What Next TBD. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work.Podcast production by Evan Campbell
·up.raindrop.io·
Tech's Mask Off Moment - What Next: TBD | Tech, power, and the future
The New York Times launches a subscribers-only “Headlines” podcast in a new audio app
The New York Times launches a subscribers-only “Headlines” podcast in a new audio app
After a year-and-a-half-long beta, The New York Times launched a standalone app on Wednesday that it hopes will serve as its "audio front page." The app — for now, iOS only — is "currently an exclusive benefit for New York Times news subscribers." Here's some of what it…
·niemanlab.org·
The New York Times launches a subscribers-only “Headlines” podcast in a new audio app
A fictional Utopian Ozark settlement and abstract metal horses | Speaking of the Arts | Episode 222
A fictional Utopian Ozark settlement and abstract metal horses | Speaking of the Arts | Episode 222
Utopian societies popped up all over the United States in the 1840's and for one Ozarker, Columbia-based novelist Steve Wiegenstein, it was a chance for him to combine his love for an area of Missouri in which his family goes back 5 generations with his fascination for these 19th century egalitarian communities. He talks about his Daybreak series of novels with Diana Moxon and how the history of a legendary and terrifying guerilla fighter intersects with his own ancestors. And in Act Two of the show, Diana chats with metal sculptor, butch Murphy, who went from a career in the sanitized world of medicine to a retirement of rust, oil and the grime of scrapyards. Opening and closing musical credits with thanks to guitarist Yasmin Williams (www.yasminwilliamsmusic.com).
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A fictional Utopian Ozark settlement and abstract metal horses | Speaking of the Arts | Episode 222