here you go

podcasts

podcasts. © Marc Hummel

Unsolicited podcast recommendations

Unsolicited podcast recommendations. I've been writing about. podcasts. on this blog since 2010! But I don't think I ever shared what podcasts I actually listen to. So here's my unsolicited list of podcasts I currently listen to.

Three chill ways to find new music that aren't Spotify or Apple Music or whatever

"Song of the day" podcasts. These are podcasts that post a new song every day. No talk, just an mp3. Super easy way to give new music a chance. The Current Song of the Day. KCRW: Today's Top Tune. KEXP: Song of the Day. Hype Machine Stacks.

This week's podcast recommendations

This week's podcast recommendations. 1.

Podcast recommendation: Conviction (true crime)

Podcast recommendation: Conviction (true crime). I listened to the WHOLE SEASON of the new Gimlet true-crime podcast Conviction today.

Podcast/music rec: Hawthorne Radio

Podcast/music rec: Hawthorne Radio. I've been a fan of the music of Mayer Hawthorne ever since someone at a party said I look like him a few years back. The picture above is as good a depiction of that as any, I guess.

Jim Coudal on the New Disruptors Podcast

Jim Coudal on the New Disruptors Podcast. Great. conversation with Jim Coudal. , founder of. Coudal Partners. and makers of. Field Notes. , Jewelboxing. , Field Tested Books. , Swap Meat. and a ton of other cool projects—on Glenn Fleishman's podcast.

Podcast rec: Didn't See It Don't Need To

Podcast rec: Didn't See It Don't Need To. This is one of my favorite new podcasts. If the conceit isn't enough to pull you in, you're not hooked up right. It's called. Didn't See It Don't Need To.

How to read fast

Seriously, I don't know why that's so ingrained in me, maybe it has something to do with being an English major, but it really is.A couple of recent articles/podcasts has helped me arrive at this new perspective.

When your product solves the right problems, your content can too

Track Changes podcast. , from guy-I've-followed-on-Twitter-forever. Paul Ford. and his business-partner-and-guy-I-don't-know, Rich Ziade.

"Whatever field you are in, if it uses language, it is about to be transformed."

See also: this episode. of podcast All Consuming about writing tools, which is where I first heard of Sudowrite. See also also: other posts about. links. and. podcasts. on this blog. posted. May 2, 2021. 🔙. © Marc Hummel

Giving up on the News

I used to spend two-to-three hours a day listening to NPR/WHYY podcasts, checking in on the Huffpo, my Google Reader feed. and for what?

FTD #76: Nov. 15 2019

PODCAST: A third grader's guide to the impeachment hearings. {nyt}. In which Leo, a third grader, asks and is asked questions about things in the news. So great. PODCAST: The help-yourself city. : {99 percent invisible}.

NPR May Be Hazardous to Your Health

And it might explain while I prefer non-fiction. podcasts. (i.e. Talk of the Nation, On the Media, Planet Money) versus fiction (This American Life, WTF). Friends Don't Let Friends Listen and Drive. {american scholar}. posted.

Friday Tab Dump: "Scooter mechanic, once homeless, says cheap rides now help him pay rent" and more [12/14/18 edition

{nyt}This story was all over the internets and podcasts this week, but the best part is the visualizations. "Lisa Magrin is the only person who travels regularly from her home to the school where she works.

2 podcast episode recommendations

blog posts. 2 podcast episode recommendations. 1: Are Uber and Lyft drivers being exploited? How much do Uber and Lyft drivers really earn, after expenses? Are they getting a raw deal by being classified as 'independent contractors' instead of employees?

Decode DC {new podcast}

Decode DC {new podcast}. Great new podcast from NPR veteran Andrea Seabrook: Decode DC. .Produced in a partnership with Mule Design (creators of.

Awesome New iOS Podcast App

Awesome New iOS Podcast App. I've never been fully satisfied with a podcast app for my iPhone. Downcast was good, but lacked fine-tuned details and control.Marco Arment (creator of Instapaper) has a new app out and it's great.

Recommended listening: Naval Ravikant on "The Knowledge Project" podcast

Recommended listening: Naval Ravikant on "The Knowledge Project" podcast. This crazy-long (2 hrs) podcast with entrepreneur (AngelList) and deep thinky guy Naval Ravikant is well worth a listen.

The podcast featuring an interview with a subway seat

The podcast featuring an interview with a subway seat.

You should listen to this interview podcast with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett

You should listen to this interview podcast with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett. The podcast is called Smartless and it is funny. In each episode, one of the hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, or Will Arnett seem to actually(?)

Friday Tab Dump #63: April 12 2019

I was smiling-out-loud on the subway home this evening and have no shame.It's about how this one podcast, 99% Invisible, would crash the radio system of this guy's Mazda. And it was the only podcast that would cause it. posted.

Friday Tab Dump: Feb. 2 2018

{wtf podcast}Great talk. #138: A moat too far. {exponent podcast}. "Ben Thompson and James Allworth discuss Amazon Go and what it says about the economics of tech and how Amazon is building multiple monopolies.". posted.

Friday Tab Dump #56: February 15 2019

{track changes podcast}I learned more about giving a presentation from this podcast than I did during a whole public speaking class I took at NYU.*. How do you make a purposeful, beautiful, even entertaining deck?

The 72-hour bus ride for wannabe startup founders

Startup. podcast which coveredStartupBus, a "hackathon on wheels, where a bunch of strangers come together to launch companies in one week, all while on a bus."

demystify again