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You know how when someone asks "How are you?" you just say "Fine,” even if you’re totally dying inside, so everyone can go about their day? “Terrible, Thanks For Asking” is the opposite of that. Nora McInerny asks real people to share their complicated and honest feelings about how they really are. It’s sometimes sad, sometimes funny, and often both. From American Public Media.
 
After the success of season 1 (featured on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Access Hollywood, Women's Health Magazine & more) cohosts Lauren Ash and Christy Oxborrow are back with season 2 of True Crime & Cocktails which is THE FAMOUS FATALITIES EDITION! They'll dig deep into all the mysterious celebrity deaths and famous unsolved cases that left you wanting answers. From Brittany Murphy to Kurt Cobain to Carole Baskin, it's gonna be a pop-culture-true-crime menagerie! So put on your pjs, pour yours ...
 
The Nomadic Executive is about interviewing online entrepreneurs, remote workers, and digital nomads about business and the traveling lifestyle including making active and passive income online that helps you live the life you've always dreamed of. We talk marketing tactics, entrepreneurship, and a host of other topics that help you achieve happiness, health, wealth, and freedom as an online entrepreneur, remote worker, or digital nomad. We also go into detail regarding travel logistics such ...
 
Each weekday Parent Previews offers movie reviews for films in theaters or releasing on home video from a parent and family perspective. Save money, time and embarrassment by going further than movie ratings and knowing what is in a movie before you take the kids! Also discover lesser promoted films your children will love and get tips on using media in a positive way in your home.
 
Biker Radio Rodcast is a podcast on motorcycling in India, celebrating its heroic riders, legendary mechanics and iconic builders through stories told by members of the community, one legend at a time. Each episode cradles an interview with a rider, a ride report, an expert advisory and a road safety meme that conjure up the very popular Biker Radio Rodcast. Winner of The Whickers award in the UK and with a BBC World Service audio documentary to boot, the RODcast (Radio On Demand) is a prove ...
 
In 5 minutes or less! SEO, Content Marketing & organic lead gen for small biz and solopreneurs. We publish a few times a week, and we keep all our episodes under five minutes long. Listen in your car on the way to the office, the drive home, or the morning workout. No matter how long your ride is, you always have time for at least one episode. Free, short, actionable Digital Marketing lessons with TJ Kelly of Mxt Media. Let’s get started! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tjkelly/support
 
Dads on Dads on Dads is a biweekly podcast that follows hosts Colin, Mike, and Paul, three first-time Dads based in New York City, through their adventures in Dadding. Each episode, you'll get to follow along with our Dads as they wend their way through everything fatherhood has to offer, from cloth diapers to late-night ER visits, told as only they can tell it. They'll also answer listener questions on just about anything Dad related, from how they navigate scheduling with their wives to th ...
 
Real People is a podcast hosted by Jason Dunstone, the founder and managing director of Square Holes. Jason builds on his 25 years of conducting human-centred research, interviewing average and not so average people (rich, poor, old, young, content and vulnerable) to understand what they believe and how they behave. On this podcast, Jason interviews academics, researchers, leading thinkers, and other interesting people. Jason also interviews “actual real people” about their passions, aspirat ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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All of the headlines from Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event. All of the announcements Mark Zuckerberg made in that Discord room yesterday. Binance hires a former regulator to be its new CEO. And Fitbit wants to sell you a fashion forward Fitness Tracker. Sponsors: ManlyBands.com/techmeme Kracken.com/techmeme Classified: RobBettis.com Links: Apple updat…
 
A look at how epidemiologists are approaching their personal returns to everyday life. How Denmark has quadrupled their cardiac arrest survival rate and whether the same system could be adopted in other nations. And a program that will make your website inaccessible to visitors every night, all in the name of improving health and wellbeing. Sponsor…
 
The US lets Xiaomi out of the blacklist. GitHub ads security key support and wants to move on from the password era. eBay wants in on the NFT action. WhatsApp is gonna turn the screws until you agree to their terms. And speaking of, Brian Krebs outlines how that group suspected to be behind the pipeline hack has sophisticated ways of getting you to…
 
I break down a full day of tracked meals to tell you not only the EXACT foods I ate, but also their macro breakdown. This was a rest day and although I planned to tell you what I would do differently on a ride day, I’m going to save that for another episode.
 
A new book digs into the origins of Amazon’s Alexa and allegedly reveals the woman who provided the voice for their original virtual assistant. A teenage wannabe influencer from France is set to be Italy’s next queen. Didn’t think Italy had royal leaders anymore? You’re right. And someone should tell this noble family that. And, screw the free donu…
 
It’s new chip day. Intel unveils it’s 11th-gen Core Tiger Lake-H 10nm chips, while Nvidia unveils the RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti laptop GPUs. So expect a bunch of laptop lines to be refreshed. And, oh, look at that. The Dell XPS lineup already has been. Details on the next gen PlayStation VR hardware. And an argument that Apple’s recent privacy movies ar…
 
Leticia & Anthony / DESCRIPTION: Leticia was 16 years old when she got pregnant with her son, Anthony. As you might imagine, raising a child more or less on your own when you’re only 16 is really, really hard. It’s even harder when you’re dealing with your own childhood and generation trauma. This is part one of Leticia and Anthony’s story. Part tw…
 
Lauren and Christy share their intense reactions to meeting a Hollywood star and discuss The Grim Sleeper in their first ever serial killer special! Lauren's research reveals a disturbing military incident, a shady lawyer, and a possible link between the killer's M.O. and his profession! So grab a drink, put on some pjs, and join this duo for a tru…
 
America is off candy. All we want is chicken wings and lumber. At least according to the market. A productivity hack that lets you celebrate your accomplishments instead of wallowing in frustration about your unfinished tasks. And space coins. I somehow have multiple stories about space coins for you today. Sponsors: America Dissected, americadisse…
 
Sony warns that it might be literal years before I can finally win one of those PlayStation 5 sales windows on Walmart.com. The big ransomware attack that threatened fuel supply on the US East Coast, and the hackers allegedly behind it. Clubhouse hits Android. A researcher claims to have already hacked AirTags. And Elon Musk’s SNL appearance, and D…
 
Would you rather commit to living and working in one country for some time or work remote? Both opportunities offer freedom and growth that would do wonders for your personal and professional growth. However, despite its appeal, many still back away from taking the chance because the process of leaving or entering a country can get really complicat…
 
We talk about the Tip Jar and all the other big changes Twitter has been making. We get into the Basecamp brouhaha and also why I didn’t end up covering it this week. We talk about Dogecoin with someone who was there at the beginning of the project. And we even have an actual newsmaker on the show. At the very end, we talk to Tony Haile, founder of…
 
No, there is not evidence of mushrooms on Mars, and the story of how that misinformation spread yesterday goes even deeper than you may think. Part of the rocket China launched at the end of last month is hurtling uncontrollably back to Earth and no one exactly knows where it will land. And LEGO dropped an ASMR mixtape. Sponsors: Mint Mobile, Get a…
 
Twitter introduces a tip jar, literally called Tip Jar. Why crypto trading juicing Square’s earnings is worth thinking about. What is the mysterious social space Netflix is surveying users about building? Yes, Substack is letting writers build magazines and newsrooms, so stop pointing out the obvious. And, of course, the weekend longreads suggestio…
 
Are you cheugy? Am I cheugy? What the heck is cheugy? The more we post photos of ourselves online, the easier it is for AIs to recognize us. But what if there were a way for them to forget our faces? And a useful site that will tell you exactly how long you need to watch any TV show you want. Sponsors: Our Opinions Are Correct, Subscribe on Apple P…
 
IBM says it has created the world’s first 2nm chip. Google really wants everyone to use two factor authentication. Twitter is enacting more speed bumps to get you to stop trolling people in your tweets. Apple’s delicate dance with Netflix over in app payments. And SpaceX finally gets its Mars rocket to… not blow up on landing. Sponsors: AirMedCareN…
 
Company tries running Facebook ads that transparently point out how Facebook ads work. Facebook blocks the ads. Shocking! Mermaid diving––like free diving but while wearing a mermaid tail––is quickly becoming a real sport. Dunbar’s number says human brains can’t keep up with more than 150 casual friendships, but new research disagrees. And it’s tim…
 
Facebook’s Oversight Board upholds the Trump account suspension. Signal trolls Facebook using its own ad system. An appeals court has ruled that Section 230 does not apply to app design. Kind of. It’s complicated. And the not complicated reason why some exchanges can’t tell you the price of Berkshire Hathaway stock right now. Think: partying like i…
 
Use this “torque” technique in your hips and shoulders to be more effective and safe during your strength workouts. Then we dive into an update that starts with a hectic story of me being “late” for a group ride. Also, some great behind the scenes looks into whats happening at Dialed Health!
 
The physics of jumping to hyperspace, Disney teases their retractable lightsaber, and more Star Wars Day updates. Plus, in real space news: China launched the first module of the Chinese Space Station into orbit last week. Sponsors: Our Opinions Are Correct, Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ouropinionsarecorrect.com Mint Mobile, Get a new wireless plan …
 
Twitter opens up Space more broadly, and buys the startup Scroll. So, what is the larger endgame here with their subscription play? Apple benefits from the turmoil in Google’s AI team. A breakdown of day one of the Apple/Epic Games trial. And how many people still pay a monthly subscription to AOL? Sponsors: Masterworks.io, promocode: ride Cybereas…
 
Nora loves giving advice, especially when the questions are really easy and really low stakes. In this episode, she answers a few of your frequently asked questions and later teams up with comedian Tig Notaro to dole out some wisdom about grief, friendships and her everlasting love for skater boys. If you like this Q&A type of format and want to se…
 
Lauren and Christy share a teenage experience in the middle of nowhere and discuss the new Netflix Unsolved Mysteries episode "No Ride Home." Christy's research reveals a medical examiner with a shady past and a possible strip club alibi! So grab a drink, put on some pjs, and join this duo for a true crime slumber party! __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagr…
 
Average human life expectancy doubled in the last century. Has it reached its cap or can we double it again? Some considerations. And NASA conducted a tabletop simulation of an asteroid impact last week, with… less than ideal results. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with tips on how to survive a killer asteroid. Sponsors: Mint Mobile, Get a n…
 
Kuo says we’re gonna see a foldable iPhone soon. After the iOS privacy changes, Facebook is giving users popups begging them to turn tracking on. The interesting new “green” cryptocurrency that is launching today. And a backgrounder and breakdown of the Apple/Epic games trial that is kicking off today. Sponsors: PorkBun.com/tld/design use coupon co…
 
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