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Best Really Good With Nathan Allebach podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Really Good With Nathan Allebach podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Dave Jorgenson is a producer, writer, and creative video guy at The Washington Post where he’s most known for their viral TikTok account. He also produces “Department of Satire” and “Short Takes” with them, which can be found on YouTube, Facebook, or their website. But most importantly he hosts a podcast called Survivor Top Ten where he recaps Surv…
 
Victoria Cucé Overton is a personal friend, new mom, and one of the funniest people in Quakertown, PA (at least top 40). We talked about her relationship with her family, parenting online, living in small towns, abusive relationships, mental breakdowns, humor as a way of life, being a new mom, Ryan Cabrera, Aaron Carter, Snoop Dogg’s ankle, and mor…
 
I finally got around to this AMA! I'm planning to do more solo episodes soon so if you like or dislike them please let me know.Questions answered:Why a podcast versus other forms of media distribution?Which industry do you think is most notorious for the worst/most boring social media?Why do you hate books so much?Has running a successful brand acc…
 
Matt Allaire is an online sports commentator, content creator, twitch streamer, and streaming editor. In this conversation we talked about how he got into online sports, what the landscape looks like, the problems with DMCA takedowns and copyright laws with user content, how the industry is shifting to e-sports, the world of twitch, how Matt has de…
 
Ben Burgis is a science fiction writer, philosophy professor, and author of the book "Give Them An Argument: Logic For The Left," available through Zero Books. He also does a segment called "The Debunk" every week on The Michael Brooks Show. In this conversation we talked about how he got into philosophy and leftism, some common arguments against l…
 
Kevin Cox is a math teacher at the Frankford Friends School, songwriter, and longtime friend. In this conversation we talked about our local Philly music scene, growing older as songwriters and having to make adult decisions, Kevin losing his best friend Brad who was killed by a drunk driver, death, hope, life as a teacher, and more. Enjoy!Follow K…
 
Noerdy is the Managing Director of Meme Insider and a moderator of several high profile subreddit communities, including Wholesome Memes, Meme Economy, Political Humor, Westworld, and South Park. We talked about how he got into Reddit, moderating, the landscape of meme culture, how Meme Insider got started, and more. Enjoy!Follow him on Twitter:@Th…
 
Anjali is the social media editor at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a nonpartisan think tank based out of DC, and she’s also a photographer and designer. In this conversation we talked about being a public facing person while also being someone representing a brand, how tweets affect politics, growing up on the internet, how sh…
 
Dale Beran is a writer, artist, and author of the new book “It Came From Something Awful: How A Toxic Troll Army Accidentally Memed Donald Trump Into Office.” In our conversation we talked about the early internet days and how various subcultures have evolved into the culture wars, the history of 4chan, Gamergate, the emergence of new leftism, ince…
 
Preston Williams is an actor, joke writer, and creator of the viral twitter account, Whale Fact. We talked about how he started the account, his creative process of coming up with jokes, inserting political humor into the feed, the loose community of Joke Twitter, a twitter conspiracy, riding the tension of being online, and more. Enjoy!Follow Whal…
 
Fredrik Knudsen is an internet culture researcher, streamer, producer, and YouTuber most known for his "Down The Rabbit Hole" series where he takes deep dives into obscure online and offline corners of culture with subjects like Furries, Anime, Sonichu, Plague Doctors, TempleOS, Neopoets, and much more. In our conversation we talked about how he st…
 
Chris Stokel-Walker is a journalist, writer, and author of the book "YouTubers: how YouTube shook up TV and created a new generation of stars." His work has also been published in the New York Times, BBC, Wired, and The Economist. In this conversation we talked about how the culture of YouTube has evolved over the years, how it's become more corpor…
 
Amanda Brennan is a meme librarian (internet culture researcher), tumblr fandom and social expert, and blogger. In our conversation we talked about growing up on the internet in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, local music scenes, how she got into meme research and working at Know Your Meme, the ins and outs of Tumblr, fandoms, work-life balance, an…
 
@s8n is a viral parody account on twitter that writes jokes about hell and all sorts of fun, wholesome, bizarre mischief. In our conversation we talked about how the account came into being, how @s8n was shadow banned on twitter for no reason, how he got trolled by pizza gate conspiracy theorists, and just living life as Satan online. Enjoy!Follow …
 
Ralph Leonard is a writer, Secular Humanist, and “Conservative Marxist” who regularly commentates on politics, economics, and the culture wars online. In this conversation we talked about the differences in how leftists (marxists, socialists, etc.) view class struggle and identity politics versus progressive neoliberals (free market capitalists). W…
 
Jason Ager is a songwriter and college professor with a a PhD in German Literature. In this conversation we talked about the state of the education system in contrast to how people learn from the Internet, political identity, the future of technology, songwriting for a living, being a dad, and a bunch more. Enjoy!Follow his music here:https://www.j…
 
William H. Travis is a songwriter and teacher. We talked about him growing up in a small town and being raised culturally Catholic then how he’s eventually come back around to faith through meditation and seeing through a more modern framework, we spent some time critiquing the end of game of thrones, talked about how depressing politics can be, an…
 
Jon Moyer is a TSS worker for Foundations Behavioral Health, an athlete, and longtime personal friend. In this conversation he shared what his childhood was like being adopted from Honduras and growing up in our majority white, religious, affluent community. He got into the tensions of identity and race he's dealt with over the years and how his pe…
 
Kim Edwards is a musician and songwriter. In our conversation we talked about how she got into songwriting, how her writing has evolved over the years, balancing music with other aspects of life, different styles of musical branding, and some good banter on mixed martial arts as well as media representation. Follow her work and find her music here:…
 
"Homechef" Kenneth Worstall is a chef, hunter, mushroom forager, kombucha conctoctor, spiritual teacher, construction worker, and all around eccentric human being. In this conversation we talked about his upbringing and how he got into cooking, the power of food, the loss of his father, suicide, mental health issues, addiction, discovering spiritua…
 
Eli Wenger is the ex owner of Steel City Coffee House, current manager of Martha's Choice Marketplace, and a lifelong musician. In our conversation we shared memories of Steel City Coffee House (Phoenixville, PA), which has been a unique hub for local artists, musicians, and people of all walks of life. We also talked about Eli's transition from ow…
 
Mighty Joe Castro is a collage artist, painter, designer, and musician who plays in Mighty Joe Castro And The Gravamen. In our conversation we talked about growing up in local music scenes, how he got into art, current social views surrounding art, how politics and culture weave into it, and just general banter on life. Enjoy!Check out his work her…
 
Billy Mays III is a musician, producer, and son of the late Billy Mays. In our conversation we talked about what it’s been like being his son, how that’s woven into his identity as a person and artist, and how his death changed his life. We talked about Billy's music projects Infinite Third and Mouth Council, as well as other projects he's working …
 
Drew “Toothpaste” Fairweather is a webcomic creator, artist, musician, and all around Internet culture personality. He's the creator of Toothpaste for Dinner, Married To The Sea, Kompressor, Crudbump, Fuck The Future podcast, The Worst Things For Sale, and Drew Reviews. In our conversation we talked about the early stages of Internet culture, haras…
 
Dan Sheehan is a writer, comedian, creator of the viral NOT A WOLF Twitter account, and one of the creators of We Still Like You. In this podcast we talked about how NOT A WOLF has evolved, how important storytelling is in our current political system, the world of online politics (specifically leftism), cancel culture, and much more. Enjoy!Check o…
 
Taylor Lorenz is a staff writer for The Atlantic who focuses on tech and Internet culture. She’s previously written for The Daily Beast, The Hill, PEOPLE Magazine, Business Insider, and more. In our conversation we talked about the intersection of journalism and marketing, how Internet culture has created and reshaped parts of the job market, new w…
 
Kimeko McCoy is a journalist, social media strategist, and all around creative who currently works with Adweek. In our conversation we covered some of her personal story, what it's like working at the intersection of journalism and marketing, the current landscape of brands on social media, diversity in the workplace, hustle culture, Internet cultu…
 
Erik Martin was the longtime General Manager of Reddit. He’s currently a Lead Entrepreneur at Nike and has worked as a marketing/community executive for Airtime, WeWork, and Depop. He's been named one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time Magazine, as well as a top 50 innovator by Adweek. He also runs the site Assholes on Demand where …
 
Brian Medlin is a musician, songwriter, and podcaster. He's played in bands such as Inkling, The Minor Times, Legendary Divorce, Desperate Living, Wives, Person L, and more, as well as multiple solo projects over the past 20+ years. He also co-hosts the podcast Volcano Vinyl where him and his friend commentate about records as they play. Brian and …
 
Gracie Hughes is a comedian, twitter personality, graphic designer, writer, and the token Canadian at Funny or Die! In this episode we got into the story of how she got involved with Internet culture, what it's like being open about mental health issues online, the problems with joke theft on twitter, her move from British Columbia to LA, her new j…
 
Viking is a personality on Twitter and one of the funniest joke writers online. In our conversation we got into how he built his Twitter following, the landscape of Joke Twitter, the ongoing problems with joke theft, and comedy in general. Enjoy!Follow Viking on Twitter:https://twitter.com/NOTVIKINGFollow Viking on Instagram:https://www.instagram.c…
 
Kyle Sheva is a drummer, cyclist, and car enthusiast. He drummed in my old band “Nathan Earl and Rachel Joy” and also in my solo band, as well as in Former Belle and The Human Fund (links below). In our conversation we talked about our shared experiences in the local music scene, life being newly weds, the Fyre Festival fiasco, social media culture…
 
Rich “Lowtax” Kyanka is the creator of Something Awful, host of the Murder The Internet podcast, and the Gaming Garbage on YouTube. In our talk we got into the history of Something Awful, problems with Twitter, outrage culture, how the Internet has changed over the past 20 years, free speech, deplatforming, and a bunch more. Enjoy!Donate to his Pat…
 
Michaela Okland is a comedy writer on Twitter and creator of the viral Twitter/Instagram account @SheRatesDogs. In our conversation we covered how she got into Twitter, what it’s like being a popular creator, online harassment, the story of SheRatesDogs, and a bunch more on internet culture in general. Enjoy!Follow Michaela on Twitter at @MichaelaO…
 
Brandon Rhoten is the current CMO of Potbelly Sandwich Works and previous CMO of Papa Johns, as well as the VP of Marketing for Wendy's. Brandon put together the social and digital team at Wendy's that led to its viral success, and is an expert in developing brand voices on social media. In our conversation we talked about his industry experience, …
 
Scott Leatherman is a Civil War aficionado, professional tennis instructor, world traveler, and most importantly, my great uncle. In this episode he went into his story growing up, what got him into tennis, the history of tennis as a sport, his move to Fiji, some history of Fiji, and an insane story about living with the Fijians that may or may not…
 
Iona Italia is an author, translator, writer for Areo Magazine, and podcast host of "Two For Tea.” In our conversation we talked about what led Iona to become more active in online political discourse, the landscape of ideological groups from far left to far right, the importance of using nuanced linguistics when talking about individuals and group…
 
Scott Hackman is the founder of One Village Coffee, MyOhai, and is the current owner of a personal leadership company called Scott Hackman Ventures. In our conversation we went through his story of growing up with mental health issues and crazy expectations, how his ego affected his work and relationships, then what it's been like picking up the pi…
 
Brandan Robertson is a pastor, blogger, author with his latest release "True Inclusion: Creating Communities of Radical Embrace," and activist who is best known for his work as an LGBTQ+ activist among evangelicals. In our conversation we went into his story of coming out as bisexual in a christian community, talked about his new book, and the broa…
 
Ken Byler is a coach, speaker, and thought leader that owns Higher Ground Consulting. He coached me for over a year in a major transition point in my life and I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing without him. In our conversation we went through his story, our experience in sessions together, the personality assessment "DiSC," and some of the common i…
 
Ali Rizvi is a Pakistani-born Canadian medical science communicator, writer for Huffington Post, Co-Host of the Secular Jihadists Podcast, and author of the book "The Atheist Muslim." In our conversation we covered some of his upbringing, his journey from Islam to atheism, broader cultural conversations on secularism, social change, the "intellectu…
 
Kae Lani is a Social and Editorial Producer at USA TODAY 10Best and the co-founder to the network's newest venture, Eat Sip Trip. She's been featured in Billboard, Fodor's Travel, Budget Travel, and Yahoo. In this episode we covered the social conversation on cultural appropriation of food from its history, criticisms, and stories, we got into Kae …
 
Robert Allam AKA "GallowBoob" is the CMO at Supload and has the 1st largest karma account on Reddit. He's been featured on Forbes, Meme Insider, and a bunch more for his internet wizardry, including having a Gfycat account with over 183 million views. In our conversation we covered how he got into Reddit, his current work with Supload, how complex …
 
Jared Byas is a former professor, pastor, and current author, entrepreneur, and co-host of The Bible For Normal People podcast with Pete Enns. In our conversation we got into what constitutes beliefs and how to have better conversations around topics of privilege, labeling, language games, truth, religion, and more. Enjoy!Follow Jared on Facebook:h…
 
Trevor Gordon Hall is a fingerstyle guitarist that writes instrumental music and has toured all around the world with artists like John Mayer, Steve Miller, Andy McKee, Dar Williams, Phil Keaggy, and a bunch more. He's been rated one of the top 30 guitarists in the world under 30 years of age by Acoustic Guitar magazine, and has been featured on NP…
 
It's your host, Nathan Allebach. I wanted to give you all some backstory to who I am and how I got into what I do. It's a story of being born into a very tight knit religious community, rebelling against it, going through existential angst from rebelling against it, using songwriting and other outlets as coping mechanisms to manage the angst, going…
 
Eiynah is a Pakistani-Canadian blogger, illustrator, and host of the "Polite Conversations" podcast. She rides the social tension of both publicly criticizing Islam as an ideology, as well as anti-Muslim bigotry, which is an ongoing struggle for nuance in today's climate. In our conversation we processed through the movement of the "Intellectual Da…
 
Massimo Pigliucci is a Philosophy Professor at the City College of New York, a biologist, author, social critic, and the former co-host of the Rationally Speaking Podcast. He also hosts a podcast called Stoic Meditations and he just released a new book titled "How To Be A Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy To Live A Modern Life." In this episode we al…
 
Kai Corniel is a songwriter from the Philadelphia area who goes by the name "Lunamores." In our conversation we opened up with her sharing the story of her parents immigrating to the US from the Dominican Republic. From there we tied in her upbringing to how she got into songwriting, then how that shaped her outlook on relationships, mental health,…
 
Shadi Hamid is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a contributing editor at The Atlantic. He is also the author of Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam Is Reshaping The World and the co-editor of Rethinking Political Islam. He's been featured on podcasts with Sam Harris, Robert Wright, Gad Saad, and many more. Throughout…
 
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