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Big tech is transforming every aspect of our world. But how? And at what cost? In the latest season of Land of the Giants, “The Apple Revolution,” Recode’s Peter Kafka explores how the original FAANG company developed its world-changing products - and changed itself along the way. New episodes every Wednesday. From Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Join activist and author Tara Reade as she explores what it means to be a survivor as well as offer her perspective on the geopolitical landscape, speak to whistleblowers, and look at arts and culture through a political lens. Through a series of hard-hitting interviews, Tara will explore how survivors face an uphill struggle through a flawed system and how institutions within our society fail those brave enough to speak up.
 
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Analyze Phish

Earwolf & Harris Wittels, Scott Aukerman

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Harris and Scott are comedians, music lovers, and friends. Where do they differ? Harris loves Phish, and Scott does not. On Analyze Phish, Harris navigates the vast landscape of Phish's catalogue to find entry points for Scott while trying to explain the live Phish experience without the use of illegal substances.
 
Living in the land of the beautiful, Hollywood, it easy to lose sight of the fact that there is a place where people (mostly old white men) are just as famous, but substantially less beautiful: Washington D.C. Well, let your tour guide, Kenny Stevenson, take you through the wonderful and frustrating world of politics, as comedians give their take on all of the news, opinions, and stories that are dominating the political landscape. It's basically a bunch of comedians talking about politics.
 
From movies and TV, to news and technology--we’re obsessed with digital media. Chris Schwaar and Jon Jorgenson share thoughts, opinions and perspectives on the modern content landscape and occasionally try to predict the future.Music: https://soundcloud.com/julian_avila
 
The Arrangement After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of E!'s The Arrangement. Show Summary: Many Hollywood stars and starlets seem to have perfect lives, with loving partners on their arms as the A-listers walk down the red carpet. But there is often a darker side of celebrity, which is explored in this drama series. Actress Megan Morrison lands a Cinderella-esque date with movie star Kyle West while auditioning for her dream role. As the relationship progresses, she realizes it ...
 
91 Reasons is a peek inside the mind of Jeff Tucker, a writer and performer. His unique style is a combination of This American Life, The Moth and The Hollywood Saloon (All fantastic Podcasts you should be listening to!) What you'll find: Movies! Conventions! Collecting! Exclamation Points! and MORE! From behind a video store counter to the insane world of movie extra work, take a journey with 91 Reasons into the very heart of Pop Culture. Episodes vary from in-depth movie reviews to persona ...
 
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To commemorate the birthday of Warner Brothers founder, Harry Warner, I am delighted to be able to re-issue one of the most successful series’ of The Secret History Of Hollywood. The series as a whole will be available throughout December 2021 James Cagney is in exile. The lives of Harry Warner's children have been threatened. Jack Warner's megalom…
 
To commemorate the birthday of Warner Brothers founder, Harry Warner, I am delighted to be able to re-issue one of the most successful series’ of The Secret History Of Hollywood. The series as a whole will be available throughout December 2021 During the 1930's, Warner Brothers Studios established themselves as the master purveyors of the contempor…
 
To commemorate the birthday of Warner Brothers founder, Harry Warner, I am delighted to be able to re-issue one of the most successful series’ of The Secret History Of Hollywood. Parts 2 and 3 will follow in the coming days, and the series as a whole will be available throughout December 2021 The story of the Warner Brothers studio is the story of …
 
A retrospective on microcomputing pioneer Clive Sinlair and the philosophical successes, even in consumer failures. Where is your duty: to the successful projects or your personal goals? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Get After Things before anyone else (now with early RSS!) by supporting Weird …
 
Despite the personal sacrifices made by whistleblowers to expose injustice, many find themselves demonized and ostracized as a result of their actions. While there are laws that seemingly protect whistleblowers, they do not guarantee protection for those brave enough to use their voice. This week, Tara speaks to Amy Braley-Franck who discusses her …
 
Many in the comedy world feel a sense of anxiety and frustration at the ever-looming threat of cancel culture. Are language and free speech really being policed by an ever-vigilant mob on social media? This week, Tara Reade asks comedian Ron Placone about the fear of being cancelled, how Covid has impacted the comedy landscape, and the subtle art o…
 
The money episode! What tips and tricks do we have as creative professionals to save money? Plus, Justin unleashes hot Y: The Last Man critiques at 39:19 to the end. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: WikiReader and Kindle Paperwhite Justin: Y: The Last Man (anti-pick) Brian: Successi…
 
This week Tara sits down with entrepreneur Juanita Broaddrick, who claims that Bill Clinton raped her during his 1978 campaign for Arkansas governor. The two share a unique position of having experienced the backlash of the Democratic Party when speaking out against powerful men accused of sexual harassment and assault. Juanita explains how she fel…
 
Where do politics and film-making intersect, and how do you make a movie that challenges mainstream narratives? Ukrainian producer and now, (thanks to his long-time collaborator Oliver Stone’s encouragement), director too, Igor Lopatonok has produced and directed films including "Snowden" and Ukraine on Fire. This week, LA-based Lopatonok talks to …
 
What makes Tara Reade’s accusations against Joe Biden credible to a certified trauma expert? This week Tara sits down with educator, activist, and licensed social worker, Professor Anthony Zenkus to explore the reality of trauma and how individuals process their experiences. The two also look at what has gone wrong with the #metoo movement and how …
 
Apple has always maintained it knows what’s best for its customers. But now governments and developers are trying to change the way Apple runs its highly profitable iPhone App Store. What happens if Apple can no longer hold its tight grip on the iPhone and the way we interact with the world? Hosted by Peter Kafka (@pkafka) Enjoyed this episode? Rat…
 
Andrew’s getting really interested in the non-monetary uses for blockchains. Beyond currency and NFTs, what are some possibilities in Ethereum? Nobody knows, but we can speculate! Plus, pouring one out for Y: The Last Man. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: Star Trek: Lower Decks and …
 
Back in the early 2000s, file sharing services like Napster devastated the music industry. Steve Jobs threw it a lifeline with the iTunes Store, offering people an easy way to download songs legally. That saved the music industry and made Apple a dominant player in the music biz...for a time. Twenty years later, the television industry is going thr…
 
What is “toil” in a work sense, what does toil do to your ability to work, and how do you defeat toil? Bryce made an app and it aims right at the heart of toil! We’re joined with John Teasdale, whose time in big tech can speak to the ills of toil. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Site Reliability …
 
Much of Apple’s success is built around its relationship with China, which is both one of Apple’s largest markets as well as where most of its products are manufactured. It’s a complicated relationship that has seen Apple make compromises with an authoritarian regime over privacy and human rights in pursuit of huge profits. This episode is produced…
 
Steve Jobs co-founded Apple and infused it with his love of product design and attention to detail. His successor, Tim Cook, is widely perceived as lacking Jobs’ vision and innovation. But he managed to do something Jobs never could: make Apple the most valuable company on the planet. So who are these two men, and how have their leadership styles s…
 
Long-time friend of the pod Joe Diamond is in-studio to check out how he’s doing and see if he’s got any questions for Brian and Bryce. How well does Joe’s tactic of approaching other creators seem to work? How did COVID-19 affect his work as a stage performer and what are unique challenges to doing virtual magic shows? Send your project questions/…
 
In 1997 Apple was on the verge of bankruptcy and falling far behind its biggest competitor, Microsoft. But that all changed when Apple started building revolutionary new devices that strayed from its roots as a computer company. The iPod and the iPhone propelled Apple from an underdog to the company that dominates the way we think about consumer el…
 
What non-fiction have you been reading? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Andrew: Chaos Monkeys Justin: Anarchy, State, and Utopia Bryce: Freedom from Anxious Thoughts and Feelings Get After Things before anyone else (now with early RSS!) by supporting Weird Things on Patreon! Subscribe to After Th…
 
In 2007 Steve Jobs took the stage and introduced something that would change our lives forever -- a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet communicator...aka, the iPhone. Now we live in a world that Apple has completely reshaped. The iPhone created entirely new industries, wiped out giant comp…
 
After a devastating personal tragedy, Cary Grant has begun to focus upon his career as an escape, still in search of the elusive hit that will prove his worth to the world. Fortunately, success and superstardom are on the horizon… Meanwhile, Barbara Hutton has begun a very dangerous romance, one that will involve her with a family renowned for prey…
 
From its beginnings as a niche personal computer company, Apple became the preeminent maker of consumer tech products, a cultural trendsetter, and the most valuable company in the world. And along the way, it changed the way we live. Hosted by Recode’s Peter Kafka. New episodes come out on Wednesdays starting September 22nd. Learn more about your a…
 
After discovering that the mother he thought was dead is actually alive, Cary Grant must reconcile his own guilt, the effects of the revelation upon his own relationships, and the fact that his star in Hollywood seems to be fading. Elsewhere, a shocking new saga has begun among the heights of privilege. But as the story unfolds, it will soon become…
 
Listener Nick has a question: how do you set long-term goals? Breaking down big ideas and concepts into smaller, doable actions. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Get After Things before anyone else (now with early RSS!) by supporting Weird Things on Patreon! Subscribe to After Things via RSS and i…
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is again joined by Jim Orr, the President of Domestic Theatrical Distribution for Universal Pictures, a studio that has been at the forefront of film release innovation during the pandemic. Listen as Paul and Jim discuss the updated state of the industry many months after they last spoke on the podcast. Then stick …
 
How do you gauge how you should present yourself for different audiences? Code-switching, basically? The pressures of being “on.” Corporate versus casual environments. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Justin: Quiz Show Brian: Ted Lasso Bryce: Freedom From Anxious Thoughts and Feelings from …
 
Bad jobs! Everyone’s got stories, but what can we learn from them as employees and employers? Lynyrd Skynyrd corners, cougar feeding, and Keebler elves. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: Ripley’s Game Justin: Guardians of the Galaxy Brian: Free Guy Bryce: The Silence of the Lambs Get…
 
With a new wave of COVID and a new report on global warming, how do you cut through the noise and engage with critial thinking? How does clickbait overshadow real, nuanced public conversation? Then, how do you set up your day? Voice assistants: frustrating! Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: …
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by the creative team behind "What Josiah Saw," the latest film from director/editor/producer Vincent Grashaw. Paul is joined by Vincent and stars Robert Patrick and Nick Stahl. This episode covers: The many advantages of the creative freedom that only the world of independent film can provide How vetting …
 
When viral content finally snags a sale, but loses the sale on the follow-through. How do you prepare for success? When building your product leads to product blindness. When are you ready to tell people about your thing? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: ScreenFlow Justin: I Think Y…
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by Ethan Sacks, one of the most prolific new voices at Marvel Comics and noted journalist who covered movies, television, comic books and geek culture over a 20-year career as a journalist at the New York Daily News. He has since kept one foot in the world of journalism with a part-time role at NBC News D…
 
Brian talks about his experience leaving Dell in 199[8?] and going full-time as a magician plus a new experience of letting go for Brian. How can you let go? Bryce is supervising remote editors and is feeling a little unsure about how to…supervise! Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Get After Things…
 
Bryce and Justin talk with Andrew about Great Night, the reboot of Night Attack. What went into the visual and structural decisions? How do you break a 7+ year old podcast and re-build it bigger and better? Plus, some sleep suggestions. Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Bryce: Is ‘Futurama’ …
 
Numbers for World’s Greatest Con! Brian and Justin share real numbers, day-one or not! What advice would they share for people making a project similar to World’s Greatest Con? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: GitHub Copilot Justin: Toast of London Brian: The Dark Tower book series …
 
There's a secret world of restaurants that you can only find when you open up the delivery apps. This brave new world of ghost kitchens and virtual brands has allowed traditional restaurants to access new revenue streams. And these new models are using data to shape new concepts and menus. But when tech reimagines what a restaurant even is, is the …
 
We’ve got a comment from a listener following-up on Andrew’s…CO2 meter?! A scientifically accurate discussion on oxygen-carbon dioxide air mixtures. What’s a poison and what does it mean to get poisoned? Brian and Justin’s World Greatest Con podcast is now on Patreon, but they have conflict over skittish advertising money despite the successful lau…
 
Without delivery workers, there is no DoorDash or UberEats or Grubhub. And workers in this slice of the gig economy get access to a level of flexibility that most people in traditional employment situations can only dream of. But how much control do delivery workers really have over their schedules, their pay and the terms of their employment? Thes…
 
The finale of World’s Greatest Con season one is out now. How is it faring two weeks in? Brian’s dealing with a type of fragility and Justin is wrestling with his “greatest success ever.” Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Picks: Andrew: Replit Justin: Fireside.fm Brian: Brian: World’s Greatest Con …
 
The restaurant delivery industry is worth more than $100 billion. But none of the major apps are profitable. In this episode, the key battles that have shaped the delivery wars from the point of view of founders, company executives and venture capitalists. And a key question: With billions invested, rockstar IPOs and a pandemic that exploded the gr…
 
Restaurant delivery apps have made it possible for many of us to order pretty much anything we want to eat with the click of a button. And during the pandemic that convenience became even more valuable. But at what cost? Some restaurant owners say they now need the apps to survive, but resent what they feel to be forced partnerships. And other rest…
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by Tim Sommerfeld, a veteran marketing executive and creative director responsible for creating award-winning advertising campaigns for television, motion pictures and digital entertainment. His career as a motion picture executive includes stints at Walt Disney Pictures, Sony Entertainment, New Line Cine…
 
Bryce seeks guidance on what his next steps with LFG Marbles should be. Brian and Justin are launching their new scripted podcast, “World’s Greatest Con.” How did they figure out what voice they wanted and how was it changing their working relationship? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “After Things.” Get After T…
 
Big tech is changing every aspect of our world. But how? And at what cost? In this special four-part series, Recode teams up with Eater to unbox the evolving world of food delivery. Find out how the rise of investor-backed third-party delivery apps has dramatically changed consumer behavior, helped create a modern gig workforce, disrupted small bus…
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by Erik Davis, the Managing Editor for Fandango and one of the nation's leading movie commentators. Listen as Erik shares how social media has changed online movie commentary and how those changes affect writers and commentators like himself. Then stick around as Erik and Paul discuss the film industry’s …
 
This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined by Pete Hammond, a renowned film critic and cinema expert, who is currently the Chief Film Critic for Deadline Hollywood and has served as Deadline’s Awards Editor and Columnist for the past 10 years. Listen as Pete shares how the film industry has changed since the beginning of the pandemic and how some …
 
Andrew’s been scouring the behind-the-scenes features for The Hobbit. How do you make content that is engaging your audience and leaning into material that works. Brian wants to impart knowledge about creativity to his teenage daughter. How do you help someone fight the inevitable feeling of failure? Send your project questions/ideas to neshcom@gma…
 
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