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PNW Haunts & Homicides

PNW Haunts and Homicides

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Join Caitlyn and Cassie as they chat about true crime, the paranormal, and all kinds of spooky sh*t in the Pacific Northwest. Just two "normal-ish" friends who wanted more local, creepy stories so they never sleep or leave their houses again. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/pnw-haunts-homicides--5955451/support.
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Late Night PNW is an indie podcast where two Native guys talk about anything and everything. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/latenightpnw/support
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PNW Weirdness

Jen, Alicia & Vanessa

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Welcome to Pacific Northwest Weirdness, where we talk about murders, disappearances, creepy cryptids and other mysteries from the Southeastern point of Alaska, to the San Francisco Bay! We have a blast and you will feel like you are right there with us! Intro Music - "Day of Chaos" by Kevin MacLeod
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We're into weird shit and so is your mom! We're three friends, searching for strange and unusual stories from all around the Pacific Northwest and slightly beyond, to tell the world and beyond.
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Each year 1,100 people, on average, get lost in the wilderness in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. 90% of those that become lost are found alive, 8 % are located deceased, and the other 2% simply vanish without a trace. Our host Tanner Hoskins, Director of the Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project and Co-founder of Pacific Northwest Bigfoot Search, shares the mysterious true stories of children and adults who inexplicably disappeared while recreating in the great outdoors of t ...
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The Pacific Northwest is known for it's beautiful coastline, green interior, rainy weather, and spectacular mountains, but because of all of this it's also the perfect place to go missing.
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Hot Mic

Byron Chappell, Ryan Johnson, Adam Michael

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Hot Mic is a bi-weekly podcast where hosts Byron, Shaun and Adam talk about life, liberty and the pursuit of ridiculous situations and altercations. Any topic is on the table along with our beverages.
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CowboyUp Podcast is a sports show that covers mainly football, Motocross & MMA ! A Seattle-area based podcast that has the PNW roots that has hard working core values that will tell it like it is being the host (Andrew Palmer).
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Pacific Northwest aficionados, AJ Barse and Chris Powell are your hosts each week talking about their views and interests in technology, travel, gear and watches. Or, put another way, "PNW life and views from the city by the Salish Sea." The Bellingham Podcast is recorded in or on location in or around the City of Subdued Excitement, Bellingham Washington. This show is also available on-air on Bellingham's KMRE 102.3FM. bellinghampodcast.substack.com bellinghampodcast.substack.com
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Chapel Hill Church Podcast

Chapel Hill Church Gig Harbor

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Exalt Jesus. Elevate others. Launch disciple-makers. Chapel Hill Church in Gig Harbor, Washington is a thriving family of Christians in the Pacific Northwest who are committed to reaching and serving our community with the love of Jesus. Subscribing to this podcast is one of the best ways to stay connected to our weekly teachings. Find out more about Chapel Hill Church at www.chapelhillpc.org.
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BS in the Northwest

Ezekiel Dotsey, Carmita Thompson

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BS in the Northwest Podcast was created to show the fun and lighter side of the northwest and its hosts, a far step beyond the subjects they deal with on their solo podcasts. This Podcast is two friends B.S'n about life in the Northwest past and present. Check out their other podcasts Missing in the PNW Podcast dealing with missing people of color hosted by Carmita and Northwest and Chill where Big Eazy looks at social justice giving his take on the good and the bad.
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All the Things—PNW

Equity Institute

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At long last, Equity Institute presents "All the Things—PNW", a podcast dedicated to all things race, identity, justice, and their function—especially in these uncertain times. Hosted by Erin Jones, Fernell Miller, and Dr. Jen Self, the trio shares their insights/experiences as educators, scholars, activists, parents, women of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals/allies, and global citizens. Here, they hold space for the difficult conversations about all the things that we should've been talking abou ...
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PNW Property Podcast

Josh White & Stella Lee

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Josh White and Stella Lee discuss real estate trends and experiences as agents and investors in and around the Seattle Metro area. We both grew up in the PNW. Josh previously worked in tech at Zillow and Stella currently works as an engineer alongside her work as an agent. Our office is Horizon Real Estate which is headquartered on Green Lake in Seattle. We hope this podcast will help you understand more about our regional market and help you achieve your goals! Email us at: greaterseattlere ...
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Places to Be

Ty McDonald

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Join host Ty McDonald on a 2000 mile van trip around the Pacific Northwest corner of the USA -- interviews, chance encounters, musings, and observations from a simple adventure on the road.
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City Central Church is a place where followers of Jesus Christ seek God's power and presence by adoring the Savior, becoming more like Him and contending for His kingdom. Based in Tacoma, Washington, City Central seeks to share the good news about Jesus with those who are lost, bring restoration and healing to those who are broken and build up and train the saints of God. This podcast features sermons originally delivered at City Central Church in Tacoma during Sunday morning worship service ...
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Lara Campbell used to believe in the paranormal. Now she pretends to believe in it for money. But when her ex-partner goes missing near the Oregon Bigfoot Highway, she may have to re-evaluate everything she thought she knew. BELIEVER is a spooky fiction audio drama about ghosts, cryptids, demons, cosmic entities, and the fake psychic who doesn't believe they exist. New episodes every other Tuesday.
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Looking for insider tips and local knowledge for your next Pacific Northwest jaunt? We're dedicated to bringing you all things PNW travel. From must-see attractions to hidden gems, we cover all aspects of travel in the Pacific Northwest, including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Northern California, and British Columbia. We provide recommendations on the best eats, sleeps, and things to do so you can make the most of your PNW vacation. Dreaming up a road trip? Want to soak in stunning PNW beauty? ...
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ZOOPOCOLYPSE

Kaotix Illustrated

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Archivist Note: These are the writings of a band of survivors after the zombie outbreak in North America. We find our survivors bunkered in a zoo in western Washington. Washington is the first known red zone. These journal entries, notes, letters, and images are a collection of their thoughts and experiences.
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The Grit City Podcast is a weekly audio experience like no other! Hosted from the vibrant city of Tacoma, Washington - also known as "Grit City," our show has been entertaining and informing listeners since 2014. And what a ride it's been! Every week, we release a new episode that introduces you to the dynamic and inspiring individuals who call the Pacific Northwest home. From local business owners and entrepreneurs to authors, artists, and unique characters, our guests embody the hard-worki ...
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From the Pacific Northwest of Whidbey Island, Washington, U.S.A and everywhere in-between! Join Sean and Brad as they give their take on what is happening in the world of sports, as they share a beer brewed locally in their areas. When you’ve listened to the podcast, come visit us in our virtual sports bar, on our social media pages. Like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/guysbeersportspodcast Follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/guys.beer.sports and subscribe to our YouTube Channel ...
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Welcome to "PNW Beauty Pro Podcast", the podcast that delves deep into the world of beauty and explores the insights and expertise of leading professionals in the industry.Join us as we interview makeup artists, hair stylists, skin care experts, beauty influencers, and other industry insiders to uncover their secrets to success and learn about the latest trends, techniques, and products in the beauty world.Each episode features candid conversations with our guests, who share their personal j ...
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Living your life and leading your business with faith at the forefront is no laughing matter, but we certainly have a few laughs together with hosts Nichole Frandanisa, on the Jesus Take The Deal Podcast. Join us each Friday as they learn more about the highs and lows of a faith-focused life through incredible stories as we talk with incredible people.
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IT talk with a healthy dose of empathy: Hosts Chris Crow, Matt Yette and Alec Taylor draw on their combined 60+ years of infrastructure experience as they discuss the ever-changing technology landscape - from virtualization to storage, security to networking, and everything in between.
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Matt & Cat aim to be your horror connection to all aspects of the genre. Each episode we tell you how to craft your own themed cocktail then dive into discussions that include Movie / Book / Con reviews and more! Join us for your horror fix.
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The Sports Council is a Washington-based show focused on sports in the Pacific Northwest. Along with host Jamie Council, listen to some of the more unique sports stories in the PNW. With a personality shaped by sports, and a professional background of traditional sports media, Jamie found that the stories she was most passionate about covering were the ones that might not otherwise be told of the good surrounding the greatness of the sports world. The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the ...
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Below Reproach

Teriana O'Malley

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Conversations with three people who never quite measured up to be what the church defines as "worthy". Our hope is to bring the deconstruction conversation into the PNW. Support this podcast: https://www.patreon.com/belowreporach
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Welcome to my podcast. My name is Ryan Loy I am 21 years old living in the good old PNW. I am an amateur when it comes to this type of stuff but these future podcast will be raw unfiltered emotions driven podcast. Thanks for coming by. Cover art photo provided by Daniel Hjalmarsson on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@artic_studios
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Jim Leighty, Al Gilson, and Tony Roberts talk about different airstrips to visit, the ups and downs of flying in the Pacific Northwest, and all the fun events you can find here! We also like to discuss aviation music, movies, books, and websites. Basically we are just a bunch of fun loving pilots that have a passion for aviation just like you!
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On October 12th, 1980, a harrowing 911 call was made reporting a rape on a secluded road south of SEATAC. The victim’s haunting 911 call unveils the horrors of a brutal assault. The victim, a young girl, bravely described her attacker, but the investigation would take a troubling turn. As investigators pieced together the puzzle, suspicion fell upo…
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We're on our 15th season of this show and we've mastered a thing or two in nearly 170 episodes. We can find great movies, songs, and books. We can make fun of each other. And maybe even talk about aviation...if we have extra time. Each show is full of surprises-like this: Which show co-host and his band opened for the Rolling Stones in the 1960's? …
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Summer is almost here, last weekend, temperatures climbed into the 80s throughout the Puget Sound area. And for many, warm temperatures mean trips to the beach and swims in Lake Washington. Heading out to swim this past weekend was extra sweet for some beachgoers: the community at Denny Blaine, a beach popular with Seattle’s queer community. It’s o…
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Good news is a shrinking rarity for Boeing these days. The latest: The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that Boeing has violated a settlement related to the deadly 737 Max 8 crashes in 2018 and 2019. The decision opens the door for potential prosecution and is the latest blow to fall for the company, which faces its most existential crisis i…
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New guidance from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends women should get a mammogram every other year starting at age 40 and continuing until age 74. With so much at stake, it’s important to stay in the know. Soundside spoke with Dr. Janie Lee, professor of Radiology at the University of Washington and the director of breast imaging se…
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The crew discusses the aurora borealis, Crypticon adventure, Jeff’s Capades, and much more! 00:16 — Justin sets the stage by wishing Happy Mother's Day to our listeners who are mothers. Jeff stirs up anticipation for the hot aurora borealis medicine, and Justin shares the best way to witness the breathtaking northern lights. He also hints at the up…
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Melinda French Gates says she is leaving the foundation that bears her name. She announced Monday she will depart the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to focus on other charitable ventures. The foundation headquartered in Seattle is the largest philanthropic organization in the world. This year, it plans to spend 8 and half billion dollars on caus…
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Over the weekend news broke that in addition to current Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, two more people named "Bob Ferguson" would also be running for governor. By Monday's withdrawal deadline, the "Bob" party looked to be winding down: both of the newcomer Bob Fergusons dropped out of the governor's race. But some officials say the…
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Send us a Text Message. Joel Presler, a 37 year old male from Vancouver, Washington set out on an elk hunting trip on November 11th, 2017 in the area of Forlorn Lakes, Washington. Joel was an experienced outdoorsman and knew the Forlorn Lakes area exceptionally well. Something happened to him between November 11th, 2017 and the day his body was rec…
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This week, we had the privilege of hearing from a mama in our house, Carrie Jones, on the Hesed love of God. Motherhood (and life in general) can feel difficult and overwhelming, filled with great days, but also really hard day. Carrie encouraged us that even on our hardest days, God’s deep, steadfast love covers us and Jesus’ blood bridges the gap…
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Welcome back to the Bellingham Podcast! We're driving the DeLorean right back into the nostalgia-fueled fun with the second part of our Word of Note of Nostalgia. AJ and Chris pick back up from their first part of their DeLorean adventure, ready to continue exploring the curious realm of nostalgia and its ties to marketing, technology, and personal…
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This is the episode for June 12th, 2024. This week Carmita and Big Eazy K discuss sports, the salary differences not only between men and women but also the differences between the NFL, NBA, and Soccer. Then they talk all things gaming! Episodes may contain foul language and topics not suitable for children. Listener discretion is advised.…
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This is the episode for July 10th, 2023. This week Carmita and Big Eazy K are so done with dating. Carmita talks about all the drama with her baby daddy and a dude she liked in middle school. She also talks about a "ghost" from her past and how she started talking to him again. Big Eazy talks about his toxic chicks, and they briefly touch on gaming…
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This is the episode for May 15th, 2023. It was hot as hell for mid-May in the PNW. Carmita and Big Eazy discuss their 1st time meeting in person at the Cinco de mayo festival and their upcoming community outreach they have planned which is to feed the homeless in downtown Portland. BS and dating, BS and gaming and just straight BS. Episodes may con…
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This is the episode for May 1st, 2023. This week Carmita and Big Eazy talk about dating in the PNW and how weird it is. They also talk about the NBA playoffs, the NFL draft, and chat GPT. Episodes may contain foul language and topics not suitable for children. Listener discretion is advised.By Ezekiel Dotsey, Carmita Thompson
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After four years of closed door negotiations, the Department of Energy, EPA, and WA Ecology released a revised plan to clean up 56 million gallons of nuclear waste at the Hanford site in Central Washington. Much of that waste will be turned into glass. We can only make Soundside because listeners support us. Make the show happen by making a gift to…
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Like many school districts across the state and country, Seattle Public Schools is staring down a shaky financial future. The district is projecting a $105 million dollar budget shortfall next school year. Soundside host Libby Denkmann talks with SPS School Board President Liza Rankin about what these potential closures could mean for educators, fa…
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In late April, the PTAs at Cascadia and Decatur Elementaries, two highly capable cohort schools, retained a lawyer and sent a letter to the district outlining concerns about the changes to the highly capable program. The letter alleges that SPS doesn’t have the resources to adequately implement the neighborhood school model. And so closing the coho…
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This best-of is a replay of the crews conversation with local comedian and podcaster Casey McLain from episode 265. During that episode, he chatted with the guys about comedy, podcasting, and The Pacific Northwest. Follow him on his socials for information on his upcoming performances! 04:51 – Justin kicks off the show by sharing how listeners can …
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What started as an art fair made it big in 2001, when the Bellevue Arts Museum opened its brand-new building on the corner of 6th Street and Bellevue Way. But in the decades since opening its doors, BAM has struggled financially, and in recent reporting, the Seattle Times’ Margo Vansynghel found that a recent fundraiser was just one symptom of larg…
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In this episode, we (sand)worm into the fascinating world of "Beetlejuice," the iconic 1988 film that turned the haunted house trope on its head. Join us as we explore the origins, behind-the-scenes trivia, and lasting impact of this darkly comedic masterpiece. "Beetlejuice" emerged as a reverse narrative to the popular horror film "Poltergeist," w…
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An historic shift to American drug policy is on the way. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration is poised to reclassify cannabis from a Schedule I drug to Schedule III. Weed’s longtime classification has put it at odds with laws in several states, including Washington. We can only make Soundside because listeners support us. Make the sho…
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This week Pastor Chris and one of our elders, Jarrad Mock, shared the next sermon in our Romans series. Many people have wrestled with questions of salvation- am I saved? How do I know I’m saved? How do I become saved? Romans tells us we can have assurance of salvation by trusting fully in God’s grace, evaluating the fruit of our lives, and yieldin…
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Lock your doors, load your guns, and don't stop playing that jazz, folks. Someone is prowling the streets. He's got a penchant for blood, guts and jazz... And he's coming for you. Join us on this true crime episode of Best Worst-Case Scenario Podcast for a historical look at New Orleans in the 1900s. We investigate one of the most mysterious murder…
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Welcome back to another episode of the Bellingham Podcast! We were late in this episode as AJ and Chris had to fire up the DeLorean on the ol’ Word of Note series to delve into the realm of nostalgia, exploring its intricate ties to marketing, technology, and personal memories. Join us as we take a nostalgic trip down memory lane, reflecting on our…
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Soundside revisits a story produced by RadioActive alum Avery Styer back in 2016. Eight years ago, Avery took us to a space in Capitol Hill that had a special spot in their life - Lambert House, a community center for LGBTQ+ youth. Since that original story, Avery has aged out of the youth programs Lambert House currently offers, but that doesn’t m…
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In 2020, amid racial justice protests, King County Executive Dow Constantine vowed to close a newly-built youth detention facility in the next five years.A new county audit of the facility, called the Judge Patricia H. Clark Children and Family Justice Center, points out the complications of actually accomplishing Constantine’s goal.…
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This week a Seattle federal court sentenced Changpeng Zhao -- founder and former CEO of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance -- to four months in prison. In contrast to the high-profile case of FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, who used his crypto exchange to defraud billions of dollars from its users, Zhao pled guilty to not doing more to…
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We are very excited to have our second episode with Todd S. Davis from Tacoma Washington! In this episode we discuss War Games "want to play a game?", Short Circuit, and The Mountain. We delve deep into the PNW connection with these films and discuss everything from nuclear holocaust to lobotomies, and everything in between. Enjoy!…
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In this encore broadcast, Soundside guest host Diana Opong revisits a conversation with author Stephanie Land. Land had just published a book about her experience of going to college as a single mother, and the struggles she faced working towards her degree. Her second book is titled “Class, A Memoir of Motherhood, Hunger, and Higher Education.”…
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This Friday Night Grit, the crew discusses Crypticon, upcoming guests, car problems, public transportation, moon talk, Over The Moon Café, and AI music. 01:34 – Derek reflects on harassing Discord live stream during the recording of the last episode, each expresses their love of partying, and Justin shares their excitement for the upcoming Cryptico…
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Investigative reporter and economist Loretta Napoleoni tracks the rise of 'tech titans' in her new book, “Technocapitalism: the Rise of the New Robber Barons and the Fight for the Common Good." She argues they have used technology to become massively wealthy at a high cost to most of the rest of us. We can only make Soundside because listeners supp…
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