Daniel Mathews

@danny

Founder of this app. Love learning new things. Reply all + revisionist history is my jam atm.

katzemoos echoed All your data for $20

This was such an eye-opener in a short while. Had never thought of how much Facebook and Apple depend on each other!

All your data for $20

Today, Explained

kimwaudio echoed Alex Talks to Sam Esmail

Super inspiring. Just goes to show a lot of hard work and some perseverance can go a long way. Staying true to yourself and your true purpose is ultimately the best thing you can do for yourself.

Alex Talks to Sam Esmail

StartUp Podcast

mm echoed Killing Sears

Fascinating episode about Sears' history and current issues.

Killing Sears

Today, Explained

danny echoed Season 3, Episode 10: Tencent

A Cole's notes on "the most important company that isn't a household name". Owns part of Reddit, Tesla, Snapchat, Fortnite, WeChat, Uber, and so much more...

Season 3, Episode 10: Tencent

Acquired

jspinelle echoed The Faces of Racism: A History of Blackface and Minstrelsy in American Culture

I learned so much in this episode. Puts some context behind what’s happening in Virginia right now.

The Faces of Racism: A History of Blackface and Minstrelsy in American Culture

BackStory

danny echoed Snap #1004 - The Border Hacker

Such an trilling story! Keep persevering Axel 💪🏽

Snap #1004 - The Border Hacker

Snap Judgment

geoffcook echoed EPISODE 38 Monster in the Darkness

Great recount of unknown serial killer you should know

EPISODE 38 Monster in the Darkness

History on Fire

jspinelle echoed Jason Rezaian's 544 Days in an Iranian Prison

Very powerful story. Definitely getting this book from my local library!

Jason Rezaian's 544 Days in an Iranian Prison

The New York Public Library Podcast

danny echoed David Sedaris

My favourite of his episodes to date.

David Sedaris

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

loopaleep echoed Sketch Nerds #33: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE + LIFE'S TOO SHORT

Great episode celebrating Molly Shannon and serious actor Liam Neeson.

Sketch Nerds #33: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE + LIFE'S TOO SHORT

Sketch Nerds

danny echoed 108 - The Dark Side of the Dewey Decimal System

Oh, I didn't know much about the Dewey Decimal System. Good info, even though Dewey seems like a jerk.

108 - The Dark Side of the Dewey Decimal System

The Kitchen Sisters Present

danny echoed Myth-Making

Oh boy! this is gonna be a fun mini-series.

Myth-Making

The Dropout

gasstationb echoed Episode One - Beautiful Red

Taking place within the universe of the ‘Andersson Dexter’ series, this book explores what it means to be self aware, to exist, and what our responsibilities are to ourselves and one another...

Episode One - Beautiful Red

Beautiful Red

bridsnow echoed S2 Episode 8: Salesperson of the year

This entire season of Finding Cleo is a must listen for all Canadians to begin to understand the impact of the 60’s scoop. This podcast is so well done.

S2 Episode 8: Salesperson of the year

Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo

mm echoed Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism

Very insightful analysis and reflection from two journalists who are at the top of their game.

Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism

Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher

jspinelle echoed Ian Bassin on Protecting Democracy

The sound quality on the interview is not great, but the points Ian makes about the current and future state of democracy are worth listening to.

Ian Bassin on Protecting Democracy

The Lawfare Podcast

danny echoed Bonobos: Andy Dunn

Loved this chat with Bobonos CEO. Pretty unique personality.

Bonobos: Andy Dunn

How I Built This with Guy Raz

mm echoed Myth-Making

Oh wow. Holmes sounds much worse and more problematic than what was reported in the media. The interviews with advisors and employees are insightful.

Myth-Making

The Dropout

danny echoed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Plus JackO's Sports Hell Continues | The Bill Simmons Podcast (Ep. 472)

Really awesome interview w/ Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey, they talk about online harassment on online communities and what Twitter is trying to do about it. Not sure if I was that impressed by all of Jack's answers though but he definitely offered hope that Twitter is trying to get better at this.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Plus JackO's Sports Hell Continues | The Bill Simmons Podcast (Ep. 472)

The Bill Simmons Podcast

epekilis echoed The father of climate science, my Foote!? A mystery revealed

Turns out that John Tyndall, the physicist who discovered that CO2 was a greenhouse gas, didn’t. Eunice Foote published years before him, but as a female didn’t get the credit.

The father of climate science, my Foote!? A mystery revealed

Science Friction - ABC RN

mm echoed Coco Chanel - "The Art of Branding"

I can't believe Coco Chanel was a nazi! Good episode covering her life and now she transformed herself again and again.

Coco Chanel - "The Art of Branding"

Great Women of Business

jspinelle echoed 178. Douglas Rushkoff (freelance intellectual) – It's not the technology's fault

Jason is a fantastic interviewer and Douglas has an interesting perspective on how humans and technology can coexist a little more peacefully.

178. Douglas Rushkoff (freelance intellectual) – It's not the technology's fault

Think Again – a Big Think Podcast

aura echoed 3: December | Surviving Y2K

An intensely personal episode when the host, Dan Taberski, recounts his own Y2K story and the shame, guilt, and depression that sets in for him around that time. Emotionally raw and powerful!

3: December | Surviving Y2K

Missing Richard Simmons

danny echoed #134 The Year of the Wallop

Jason Mantzoukas is on the episode and I didn't stop laughing till the end.

#134 The Year of the Wallop

Reply All

danny echoed “I’m a professional hand model.”

There are models, and then there are hand models.

“I’m a professional hand model.”

Weird Work

epekilis echoed Not Your Subject

Thoughtful piece for on minority under-representation in promising medical trials. Explores from perspective of black community, and highlights some best practices for improving inclusiveness.

Not Your Subject

Undiscovered

epekilis echoed 332- The Accidental Room

Ok this is why 99pi will always be my favourite podcast, no matter what other ones I discover. Deep in the utility passages of a mall is a hidden room that nobody remembers. Some prankster artists move in and live there rent free for 4 YEARS. 😄🍾

332- The Accidental Room

99% Invisible

mm echoed Not Your Grandmother’s I.M.F.

Interesting interview with Christine Lagarde. She draws a profound connection between culture, heritage, identity, Brexit, and migration.

Not Your Grandmother’s I.M.F.

Freakonomics Radio

jspinelle echoed The Fate of the World in 2019 (with Ian Bremmer)

Ian is one of the smartest people taking about geopolitical issues right now. Preet also gives a great lesson on grand juries at the beginning.

The Fate of the World in 2019 (with Ian Bremmer)

Stay Tuned with Preet

danny echoed THE MARVELOUS MRS. MERKEL

Loved this! Used the fact that Angela Merkel and Trump didn't do the customary leader handshake to go into the history of US, Germany and even Russian history.

THE MARVELOUS MRS. MERKEL

What Really Happened?

jangiesen echoed #79 Boy in Photo [Rebroadcast]

This is one of the weirdest stories I've heard this year

#79 Boy in Photo [Rebroadcast]

Reply All

loopaleep echoed Yo-Yo Ma - Prelude, Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major

Beautiful music but also a little history about the artist. Solid episode.

Yo-Yo Ma - Prelude, Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major

Song Exploder

danny echoed Is the Government More Entrepreneurial Than You Think? (Ep. 348)

Love the perspective on how important a government can be in having a thriving entrepreneurial city.

Is the Government More Entrepreneurial Than You Think? (Ep. 348)

Freakonomics Radio

gasstationb echoed Self Made 01

Started listening to book three in this series not realizing there were others—going back to Self Made it has had a much stronger start that raises a number of interesting questions of life and death in a virtual world

Self Made 01

Self Made

epekilis echoed 3. How one drug got its $500,000 price tag. (With 99 Percent Invisible)

I took 2 main messages from this episode: 1. The critical role that savvy media/PR can play in influencing public policy; and 2. The unintended impact of rare drug laws that enable research while also enabling six figure unaffordable drug pricing.

3. How one drug got its $500,000 price tag. (With 99 Percent Invisible)

An Arm and a Leg

mm echoed “I write obituaries for The Economist.”

Delightful and fun interview for something you'd think is morbid and depressing.

“I write obituaries for The Economist.”

Weird Work

mm echoed What Can Uber Teach Us About the Gender Pay Gap?

Fascinating episode. Great walkthrough. It's interesting when asked about how to solve pay gap, the interviewees stuck to what they know - Economists resorted to productivity, Uber stuck with software updates, but no one points out structural issues.

What Can Uber Teach Us About the Gender Pay Gap?

Freakonomics Radio

mm echoed Is the Government More Entrepreneurial Than You Think? (Ep. 348)

This was a fascinating rethink of government's role in entrepreneurship (eg. role in Tesla, solar) and how government should market itself better and get a better return on its investment when they use public money to invest in ventures & industries.

Is the Government More Entrepreneurial Than You Think? (Ep. 348)

Freakonomics Radio

jspinelle echoed How Democracies Die

I interviewed Daniel Ziblatt on my show earlier this year and drew a lot of inspiration from this wide-ranging conversation

How Democracies Die

The Ezra Klein Show

epekilis echoed Big News: It's Time

Earlonne’s sentence was commuted!!! I’d never have guessed I’d get this invested in a podcast from behind bars. 21 years ago he committed a terrible crime, but behind bars had matured, got a degree in journalism and become a different man.

Big News: It's Time

Ear Hustle

epekilis echoed Is Good Design Good for You?

An interview with the person who invented the Facebook Like button! Discusses the ethics of web design. He had no idea of the psychology of online addiction that would be fed by the constant need for reinforcement by counting likes.

Is Good Design Good for You?

Wireframe

gasstationb echoed The Sheriff

This story could be a great season of podcast in itself — it’s almost more interesting than the Atlanta Monster season... 🤷‍♂️

The Sheriff

Atlanta Monster

aura echoed #8 Jeremy

A very personal episode for host Jonathan Goldstein as he delves into his decision years ago of turning away from pursuing a rabbinical and deeply religious life. Loved how he described his first Christmas with his in-laws.

#8 Jeremy

Heavyweight