gasstationb echoed Impulse | S2 E1

So excited this show is back for a second season—the first was haunting and incredible, I’m sure s2 will be just as great

Impulse | S2 E1

Buried Truths

jspinelle echoed Can We Tax the Rich? with Jesse Eisinger

Great insight into the work that goes into collecting taxes and how the wealthy have been gaming the system on multiple levels for decades.

Can We Tax the Rich? with Jesse Eisinger

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

panthael echoed Maria Popova — Cartographer of Meaning in a Digital Age

Replay from a few years back, but really a wonderful conversation #brainpickings

Maria Popova — Cartographer of Meaning in a Digital Age

On Being with Krista Tippett

panthael echoed China's EV Juggernaut

Really great if you want to hear from someone who has thought through the future of EV's

China's EV Juggernaut

Energy Policy Now

hirad echoed The Dying Art of Conversation

Fantastic episode on how to listen well and have good conversations.

The Dying Art of Conversation

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

mm echoed Mapping Your Success

He recommends a specific day of the week for weekly mapping!

Mapping Your Success

The Daily Boost

panthael echoed Parsing the Green New Deal

Exciting times in the world of energy. I really like the nuanced discussion here of #GND.

Parsing the Green New Deal

The Energy Gang

jangiesen echoed 667: Wartime Radio

Act 1 feels like reading the diary of someone whose life is changing completely.

667: Wartime Radio

This American Life

aliceko echoed SoulCycle: Julie Rice & Elizabeth Cutler

Thanks @mm for recommending this to me. Love hearing fitness entrepreneurship stories. What I find most fascinating about the story of SoulCycle is the business partnership between Julie and Elizabeth - how they used a business therapist coach!

SoulCycle: Julie Rice & Elizabeth Cutler

How I Built This with Guy Raz

loopaleep echoed 340- The Secret Lives of Color

If you like colors or want to learn about the history behind red. It's pretty cool.

340- The Secret Lives of Color

99% Invisible

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

mm echoed #340 Mandatory Vaccination

Interesting insight on mandatory vaccination.

#340 Mandatory Vaccination

Science for the People

kriscooke echoed Big Rock Candy Mountains

Reminds me of my grandpa who used to whistle the song and spin tales of the Big Rock Candy Mountains. Our trucker friend sets a course to take a passenger there for real.

Big Rock Candy Mountains

Scenic Byways

mm echoed Complex Networks CEO Rich Antoniello: To build a real media business, you need a brand and a business

Smart analysis on the state of media. This was recorded 2 years ago, but Antoniello's views on videos, Buzzfeed, and food videos have actualized.

Complex Networks CEO Rich Antoniello: To build a real media business, you need a brand and a business

The Digiday Podcast

katzemoos echoed S01 Episode 12: What We Know

hello? someone tell me who to believe

S01 Episode 12: What We Know

Serial

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

matresstester echoed Has Anything Changed Since Parkland?

I didn't know that the Parkland kids had support from young victims in Chicago called Peace Warriors. Also didn't know MLK's six principles of nonviolence.

Has Anything Changed Since Parkland?

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

hirad echoed John Gray on the Seven Kinds of Atheism

Philosopher John Gray argues (convincingly, I think) that whole human knowledge grows with time, human nature doesn’t. He dispels the progressive notion that things necessarily get better.

John Gray on the Seven Kinds of Atheism

EconTalk

matresstester echoed A widening scandal and SNC-Lavalin's history of alleged corruption

can't believe we have such corruption in Canada. Great recap of developments.

A widening scandal and SNC-Lavalin's history of alleged corruption

Front Burner

mm echoed CoinDesk's Kevin Worth: In the GDPR era, crypto may help publishers rethink audience and revenue

This was interesting. Though I wish they talked more about what it’s like running a niche publication than just merits of bitcoin in general.

CoinDesk's Kevin Worth: In the GDPR era, crypto may help publishers rethink audience and revenue

The Digiday Podcast

mm echoed Reddit’s Jen Wong: Ads will be a big business for us

This is very insightful in what reddit plans to do next. Surprised it’s taken this long for them to get serious about monetizing at scale.

Reddit’s Jen Wong: Ads will be a big business for us

The Digiday Podcast

ian echoed #33 - Jake Knapp - creating time and finding focus in daily life

This will definitely make you reconsider what apps you use and how you’re spending your time.

#33 - Jake Knapp - creating time and finding focus in daily life

The Kevin Rose Show

ian echoed #136 The Founder

Unbelievable how deep this rabbit hole of crime goes. Great episode about a software developer going way to far.

#136 The Founder

Reply All

bsiegel01 echoed Stephen Colbert

My two favorite late night hosts having a funny and surprisingly moving conversation.

Stephen Colbert

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

mm echoed The Whistleblower

Another episode that's a knock out of the park! Thank goodness for the bravery of Schultz' grandson, Tyler.

The Whistleblower

The Dropout

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