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Tired of the daily news doom and gloom? Looking to explore curious stories from weird corners of the internet? Every Monday through Thursday, we bring you stories about Power, Culture, and the Future. We guarantee you’ll feel smarter and more hydrated.
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The keto diet is a recipe for disaster
The latest low-carb diet trend is merely a rehash of fad diets past. Read Yvette's story: https://theoutline.com/post/6133/the-keto-diet-is-a-recipe-for-disaster?zd=1&zi=lp6jlihl Follow Yvette on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thescibabe We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch. Thank you for listening. -JTG
19:07
September 6, 2018
Yellowstone National Park underwear?
Basically, clothing companies are funding our national parks because the government won't. Read Jen's story: https://theoutline.com/post/6051/the-national-parks-are-in-a-financial-crisis-please-buy-this-sweatshirt?zd=1&zi=sevmhymx Follow Jen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/byJenAMiller We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
06:20
September 5, 2018
How to make a British woman sell you a Honda
Rosa Lyster went into a "body language experts" k-hole and discovered some good news? Read Rosa's story: https://theoutline.com/post/6017/do-body-language-experts-actually-tell-us-anything?zd=1&zi=dypumcg3 Follow Rosa on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rosalyster We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
06:35
September 4, 2018
Can we get some crazy broke Asians, too?
Jeremy Gordon and Wei Tchou explore the many shades of Asian-American culture representation through the releases of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,’ and Mitski’s ‘Be the Cowboy’. Show notes Read Jeremy's essay: https://theoutline.com/post/5979/crazy-rich-asians-mitski-to-all-the-boys-ive-loved-before-asian-american-representation?utm_source=topic_culture Follow Wei on Twitter (@weitchou): https://twitter.com/weitchou We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
1:04:38
August 30, 2018
"Ready for love" is a lie
Helena Fitzgerald pokes a hole in the idea that a romantic relationship is a prize for loving yourself enough. 'There is no such thing as being ready for love' by Helena Fitzgerald → https://theoutline.com/post/5970/unconventional-wisdom-emotional-readiness-is-bullshit?utm_source=topic_power We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
19:40
August 29, 2018
A day on an e-scooter
Ann-Derrick Gaillot spent the day zipping around Portland using only dockless e-scooters and documented her experience. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
08:59
August 28, 2018
The appeal of viral mugshots
Why do people like to look at photos of strangers at their worst? Today's story 'The bizarre appeal of viral mugshots' by Melinda Fakuade → https://theoutline.com/post/5978/viral-mugshots-essay?zd=1&zi=fbzyynrj Credits Today you heard from Melinda Fakuade. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch. Find Melinda on Twitter, @melindafakuade
11:21
August 27, 2018
The soundtrack of destruction
Musicians are trying to capture the soundscapes of the environment as it dies. Today's story 'What does the end of the world sound like? Listen to this' by Lewis Gordon → https://theoutline.com/post/5960/climate-change-music?utm_source=topic_recent Credits Today you heard from Lewis Gordon. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch. Find Lewis on Twitter, @lewis_gordon.
09:44
August 22, 2018
Smoke(y) signals
Thank Smokey Robinson and Smokey the Bear for this adjustment of the English language? Today's story 'Smokey is the new smoky' by Ann-Derrick Gaillot → https://theoutline.com/post/5961/smokey-smoky-whats-the-difference?utm_source=topic_culture Credits Today you heard from Ann-Derrick Gaillot. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
06:35
August 21, 2018
How to lose friends and scare away people
The signals you're putting off makes you less attractive. Today's story 'Showing off how rich you are won't help you make friends' by Oscar Schwartz → https://theoutline.com/post/5907/flexing-your-wealth-wont-make-you-any-friends?utm_source= Credits Today you heard from Oscar Schwartz. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
08:42
August 20, 2018
Reject the algorithm!
Four music nerds and professionals tell us how to find new (and good) music in the age of the algorithm. Today's story 'Finding new music in the algorithm age' by Ann-Derrick Gaillot → https://theoutline.com/post/5759/how-do-i-find-new-music?utm_source=topic_culture Credits Today you heard from Ann Derrick-Gaillot. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
13:22
August 16, 2018
The racist language of space exploration
The language of colonialism is infecting outer space, thanks to dominance by rich white businessmen and politicians. Today's story 'The racist language of space exploration' by Caroline Haskins → https://theoutline.com/post/5809/the-racist-language-of-space-exploration?utm_source= Credits Today you heard from Caroline Haskins. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch. Find Caroline on Twitter, @carolineha_
08:57
August 15, 2018
Queer fabulism is everywhere
Recent books by Carmen Maria Machado, Daisy Johnson, Melissa Broder, and many more are part of a burgeoning trend in writing that uses the fantastic to explore marginalized experiences. Today's story "How a queer fabulism came to dominate contemporary women’s writing" by Kit Haggard → https://theoutline.com/post/5751/fabulism-fiction-carmen-maria-machado-daisy-johnson-melissa-broder?utm_source=topic_culture&zd=1&zi=vy6uobcr Credits Today you heard from Kit Haggard. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch. Find Kit on Twitter, @KitHaggard.
14:21
August 14, 2018
A mosh pit (of data)
Seeing your favorite band live will probably cost you more in privacy information than in dollars. Today's story "Ticketing app AXS scrapes all the data it can get from your phone" by Paris Martineau → https://theoutline.com/post/5628/how-a-concert-ticket-steals-your-personal-data?zd=1&zi=uiteojma Credits Today you heard from Paris Martineau. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
10:00
August 9, 2018
The U.S. is thirsty
Climate change threatens water everywhere, but tension between different levels of U.S. government has stalled our response. Today's story "Water, water, everywhere but not a drop to drink" by Caroline Haskins → https://theoutline.com/post/5687/climate-change-water-supply-threat-management-government?zd=1&zi=rkjlbuq7 Credits Today you heard from Caroline Haskins. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
06:41
August 8, 2018
The 'down-ass chick'
When a rapper wants a woman who will do anything except be her own person, what are we asking down chicks to be down for? Today's story "What are we asking down chicks to be down for?" by Melinda Fakuade → https://theoutline.com/post/5606/down-chick-rap-drake-beyonce?utm_source=topic_recent&zd=1&zi=hcdvcyby Credits Today you heard from Melinda Fakuade. We're hosted and produced by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
14:51
August 7, 2018
'Playboy' shaped the America of today
How coming into possession of a stack of vintage ‘Playboy’ issues caused one writer to consider the magazine’s impact on the modern world.
20:11
August 6, 2018
Dr. Seuss' forgotten anti-war book
This book spoke powerfully against the hacks behind the military-industrial complex — and for that, was pilloried.
09:42
August 2, 2018
What I want is a single buffalo wing
We can choose anything in the modern food delivery economy — except this.
08:57
August 1, 2018
So you bought a ghost town
Who is paying $12 million for an abandoned town? We found out.
13:07
July 31, 2018
'Parent Trap' but messier
A set of triplets were separated at birth, and by chance met back up at 19 years old.
15:21
July 30, 2018
Bring back irony
Irony is the only antidote to our all-too-earnest age.
27:36
July 26, 2018
How to DJ a sex party
Read the room, have a sense of humor, and if you’re standing on a human body, keep your balance.
09:35
July 25, 2018
How prisons are poisoning their inmates
Hundreds of U.S. prisons and ICE detention centers are built on toxic sites, and people inside are getting sick.
12:34
July 23, 2018
Rewind: Clear eyes, sore ass, can't lose?
"First, let me assure you that this is not a victor’s tale. This story contains no triumphs."
13:47
July 19, 2018
Rewind: Meet the Floridians
"Gators taught me about death."
09:48
July 18, 2018
Rewind: "Hi" is chaotic evil
Our boss is notorious for typing this in the work chat, so we decided to stage an intervention.
08:37
July 17, 2018
Rewind: Do it for the Vine
FRE SHAVACA DO. And a potato flew around my room.
11:11
July 16, 2018
A Queer Sex, Liminal Fantasy
…and then a fanged, balloon-like creature reaches a forest of tree-like bodies, and zips off to a dollar store on a flying watermelon.
12:23
July 12, 2018
Silicon Valley's funding the future of warfare
Move fast and break things indeed.
11:22
July 11, 2018
Supreme shush
How liberal justices in the Supreme Court can fix the silence on criminal justice issues.
09:52
July 10, 2018
Welcome to the age of the online pseudo-pharmacy startup
Where everything is pastel colored, VC-funded, and capital-C Cool.
18:07
July 9, 2018
Inside Autism Day at Six Flags
For one summer day, children with autism and their families have Six Flags Great Adventure all to themselves.
25:38
July 5, 2018
Inside Autism Day at Six Flags
For one summer day, children with autism and their families have Six Flags Great Adventure all to themselves.
22:50
July 4, 2018
Bodega hive 🎨 & newborn planets
Comedians Desus and Mero take their next big step, and a lil baby star hits the universe! Show notes Read Ann's story: https://theoutline.com/post/5173/desus-and-mero-showtime Read Caroline's story: https://theoutline.com/post/5171/this-first-image-newborn-planet-space-astronomy-exoplanet?utm_source=topic_future Listen to DJ DNA's music: https://soundcloud.com/djdna516 Reddit has a full list of Desus and Mero's AKAs: https://www.reddit.com/r/bodegaboys/comments/5rhr3x/a_somewhat_definitive_list_of_the_bodega_boys/ Credits The Outline World Dispatch is produced and hosted by me, James T. Green. Today’s music was courtesy of APM, and our theme is by the fantastic John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
12:34
July 3, 2018
Grandpa teaches bitcoin
The Wikipedia page’s most prolific editor doesn't even own cryptocurrency. Show notes Read Stephen's story: https://theoutline.com/post/4974/everything-you-know-about-bitcoin-is-thanks-to-this-czech-grandpa?zd=1&zi=5sm4zrye Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Stephen Harrison. It was produced, mixed, and sound designed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
07:55
July 2, 2018
A new canon of asexual history
Academics have long ignored the history of asexuality, so online communities are stepping in. Show notes Read Michael's story: https://theoutline.com/post/5065/tumblr-asexual-history-bloggers-ace-historical?utm_source=topic_power Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Michael Waters. It was produced, mixed, and sound designed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
10:19
June 28, 2018
Notes on dyke camp [Re-broadcast]
There is a burgeoning aesthetic movement influenced by traditional camp but directed by gay women. It features a lot of hands. -- Reported by Mikaella Clements. Produced and hosted by James T. Green with production assistance by Rob Dozier. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
12:09
June 27, 2018
A hell of a brine
This cursed drink hit the internet, and we took the bait. Show notes Read Caroline's story: https://theoutline.com/post/5058/sonic-pickle-juice-slush-review Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Caroline Haskins. It was produced by James T. Green. It was edited by Jeremy Gordon. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. Special thanks to Izzie Ramirez. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
11:23
June 26, 2018
The future of afrofuturism
After having a moment in 2018, where does the movement go from here? Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Rob Dozier. It was produced by James T. Green and Rob Dozier. It was edited by Jeremy Gordon. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
09:58
June 21, 2018
Eight unsolved murders in Pike County, Ohio
The murder of the Rhoden family was a brutal, backwoods tragedy that seemed straight out of an Appalachian noir. Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Jeff Winkler. It was produced by James T. Green. It was edited by Leah Finnegan. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
06:44
June 20, 2018
GAME OVER. Continue?
A new addiction is hitting the streets, and some psychologists aren't buying it. Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Caroline Haskins. It was produced by James T. Green. It was edited by Casey Johnston. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
11:05
June 19, 2018
A Renaissance painting? Nah!
An art historian explains why almost every viral photo is being compared to a Renaissance painting, and why you are wrong. Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Rachel Wetzler. It was produced by James T. Green. It was edited by James T. Green and Brandy Jensen. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
11:28
June 18, 2018
Return of the plastic surgeons [Re-broadcast]
Through social media, modern doctors gain celebrity status and teach their followers. (We're re-broadcasting this episode while we report on new stories.) Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported by Melinda Fakuade. It was produced by Melinda Fakuade and James T. Green. It was edited by James T. Green and Jeremy Gordon. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com. Find the Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch.
12:03
June 14, 2018
California primaries & shady Facebook
Last week, a faceless conservative group seemed poised to convert Democratic nightmares into hellish reality, and Facebook wants you to believe it is not a monopoly. --- Michael Waters and Paris Martineau joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
07:25
June 13, 2018
Wildfires & DNA
The west coast of the United States is still burning from wildfires, and there's a new scientific DNA finding. --- Ann Derrick-Gaillot and Casey Johnston joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
06:01
June 12, 2018
10,000 likes and we’ll show you how we build this patient’s butt
Through social media, modern doctors gain celebrity status and teach their followers. -- Today’s Dispatch was reported by Melinda Fakuade. It was produced by Melinda Fakuade and James T. Green. It was edited by James T. Green and Jeremy Gordon. It was sound designed and mixed by James T. Green. The music you heard was courtesy of APM. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino. If you’re interested in pitching a story to the Dispatch? Email james.green@theoutline.com.
09:11
June 11, 2018
"Having fun isn't hard, when you've got a library card" (with a bunch of fees)
There's an incredibly wholesome show on the air right now, there's new fear in the world of hurricanes, and one city is saying goodbye to library card fines. Ann Derrick-Galliot, Caroline Haskins, and Michael Waters joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
12:02
June 7, 2018
The abyss of notifications
Tech companies like Apple and Google are becoming more interested in “scaling back” our device usage, but what does it mean when the companies behind the addiction are trying to change our behavior? Casey Johnston and Paris Martineau joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
07:58
June 6, 2018
International Whores' Day
It was 2 in the afternoon on a blazing Saturday, when a tiny park filled with red umbrellas... Credits Today’s Dispatch was reported and produced by Zoë Beery. Editing by James T. Green and Emilie Friedlander. Sound design and mixing by James T. Green. If you’re interested in pitching a story of your own to the Dispatch, email james.green@theoutline.com.
11:43
June 5, 2018
The politics of pro-gun coffee
Black Rifle Coffee is making waves of being "the only coffee company that supports the second amendment". We put it to a taste test. Drew Millard joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
10:54
June 4, 2018
Your move, Drake
Noticing a rise of Drake memes on your timeline? We explain why. Plus, the hot new trend for business bros, and the latest dystopian crossover with MoviePass.
18:22
May 31, 2018
Common is the most boring rapper
Starbucks called on this snoozer to end racism, plus a robot that knows skin better than dermatologists, and meet our brand new intern! Ann Derrick-Gaillot, Paris Martineau, and Michael Waters joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
08:20
May 30, 2018
The platonic ideal of Memorial Day
In the United States, today is a holiday, so The Outline staff has a special message for you. --- Natalie Rivera, Erik Hinton, Dave Lucia, Wynton Wong, Jeremy Gordon, Emily Friedlander, Melinda Fakuade, Gaby Del Valle, Paris Martineau, and Casey Johnston joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show. Find the show on Twitter, and rate us in your podcast player of choice.
02:49
May 28, 2018
Zuck the world & spring jams
Facebook is in hot water, again. And speaking of hot, our Culture section chose this spring's best songs. ---- Paris Martineau, Rob Dozier, and Melinda Fakuade joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
16:25
May 24, 2018
Space Force, muting, and subway games
Trump wants to make hypersonic missile-detecting satellites a reality, Instagram is letting you be even more petty, and a game lets you ride the worst tunnels in the world. ---- Caroline Haskins, Melinda Fakuade, and Gaby Del Valle joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show.
09:38
May 23, 2018
Killing the American Dream
The "tiny house" craze is sweeping America, and city officials think it is an affordable housing solution. -- Miles Howard joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show. Rob Dozier provided production assistance. Find the show on Twitter, and rate us in your podcast player of choice.
16:50
May 22, 2018
Jordan Peterson is still terrible
The psychologist and public speaker is back in the news, so we share what's changed since our original reporting in February. -- Paris Martineau joined us today. James T. Green hosts and produces the show. Rob Dozier provided production assistance.
14:41
May 21, 2018
Notes on dyke camp
There is a burgeoning aesthetic movement influenced by traditional camp but directed by gay women. It features a lot of hands. -- Reported by Mikaella Clements. Produced and hosted by James T. Green with production assistance by Rob Dozier.
12:32
May 17, 2018
Don't buy the new MacBook Pro
Apple got slapped with a big lawsuit. Here's what happened. Credits: Reported by Casey Johnston, editor of the Future section at The Outline. The Outline World Dispatch is produced and hosted by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino.
12:45
May 16, 2018
The ethics of snail mucin
Snail slime skincare is having a moment. But where does the mucin come from, and what happens to the snails? Credits: Reported by Gaby Del Valle, staff writer at The Outline. The Outline World Dispatch is produced and hosted by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino.
06:16
May 15, 2018
The secret taxi party line
We got a tip about a secret taxi party line, so we rode in a bunch of New York cabs to find out. Credits: Reported by Paris Martineau, staff writer at The Outline. The Outline World Dispatch is produced and hosted by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino.
23:22
May 14, 2018
A no-bullsh*t guide to Google I/O 2018
The most important takeaways from Google's annual developer keynote. The good, the bad, and the ugly, brought to you from our entire Future section at The Outline. Show notes: You heard from Casey Johnston (Future editor), Paris Martineau (staff writer), and Caroline Haskins (Future intern). Digital Trends’ “Google I/O 2018 Keynote Highlights” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rts7xBaFZUI Credits: The Outline World Dispatch is produced, hosted, and scored by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino.
26:52
May 10, 2018
This racist gum doesn't even taste good
Candy marketing and why Asian-American stereotypes have more staying power than an everlasting gobstopper. Show notes: To share today's episode and read a full transcript: https://theoutline.com/post/4283/racist-fortune-bubble-gum-world-dispatch To read Allee's original reporting: https://theoutline.com/post/4283/fortune-bubble-asian-stereotype-packaging?zd=2&zi=mnbuz72c To visit Allee's website: http://www.alleemanning.com To follow Allee on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlleeManning Credits: The Outline World Dispatch is produced, hosted, and scored by James T. Green. Our theme is by John Lagomarsino.
10:19
May 9, 2018
The story behind #MuteRKelly
We talk to the co-founder behind #MuteRKelly, Kenyette Barnes, and discuss the continuing narrative of problematic artists. Show Notes The story behind #MuteRKelly by Ann Derrick-Gaillot: https://theoutline.com/post/4379/a-conversation-with-mute-r-kelly-cofounder-kenyette-barnes?zd=2&zi=pfqxiupx R. Kelly Walks Off HuffPost Live Set: 'This Interview is Over': https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/watch-rkelly-walks-off-huffpost-live-set_us_56784911e4b06fa6887e193d Credits Produced and hosted by James T. Green Production assistance by Rob Dozier Find The Outline World Dispatch on Twitter, @OutlineDispatch: https://twitter.com/OutlineDispatch
13:31
May 8, 2018
Rewind: Breaking Monopoly
Jeremy Gordon played Monopoly with real money and crime, and we recorded it on tape. (Originally broadcast: March 8th, 2018).
15:36
May 7, 2018
Should people accept chronic pain?
Is pain acceptance therapy the answer to the opioid crisis? Clare Foran has the story. Read Clare Foran's story: https://theoutline.com/post/4044/is-chronic-pain-something-more-people-should-accept?zd=6&zi=tw24spay Hosted by Brandy Jensen. Produced by James T. Green and Rob Dozier.
18:33
May 3, 2018
"Hi" is chaotic evil
Our boss is notorious for typing this in the work chat, so we decided to stage an intervention.
09:41
May 2, 2018
The Impossible Burger is a fine bad burger
It will easily replace meat as an ingredient, but not meat itself. Casey Johnston has the story. Find Casey on Twitter (@caseyjohnston). Hosted by Paris Martineau (@parismartineau). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
10:52
May 1, 2018
Your immune system is in charge of how quickly you age
Find Caroline on Twitter (@carolineha_). Hosted by Rob Dozier (@robardzr). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen) and Rob Dozier (@robardzr). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
09:26
April 30, 2018
The rise of the ambient video game
‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ takes cues from a long history of ambient music, in Japan and the United States. Find Lewis Gordon on Twitter (@lewis_gordon). Hosted by Jeremy Gordon (@jeremypgordon). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
10:10
April 26, 2018
Alabama deserves better
How did a train full of poop get from New York to Alabama? Drew Millard brings us the story. Find Drew Millard on Twitter (@drewmillard). Hosted by Brandy Jensen (@brandyljensen). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
07:18
April 25, 2018
Neopets was run by scientologists
Executives even suggested adding religious principles to the game. Freelance writer Sarah Bellman gives us the story. Find Sarah Bellman on Twitter (@sarahrbellman). Hosted by Erik Hinton (@erikhinton). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
12:33
April 24, 2018
The app-i-fication of friendship
Like dating apps, people are experimenting with finding friendships through their phones. But is it worth the hype? Amanda Palleschi goes to a potluck with a bunch of strangers to find out. Find Amanda Palleschi (@APalleschi) on Twitter. Hosted by Emilie Friedlander (@AdHocEmilie). Produced by James T. Green (@_jamestgreen). Send us your feedback at @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
09:41
April 23, 2018
Hell is empty and all the devils are creating Westworld fan theories
Paris Martineau talks to the people behind the avatars on r/westworld.
07:56
April 19, 2018
How 90s kids expressed themselves online
Before Instagram, there was this chat server where you could be whatever you wanted. Fire up the dial up with Nicole Carpenter and log onto the past.
08:11
April 18, 2018
Why we love conspiracy theories
Your high school friend won’t stop posting about lizard people and crisis actors. Ivana Rihter gives us the logic behind it.
07:41
April 17, 2018
For once, the NFL isn't awful
History is being made on the sidelines, and Ann Derrick-Gaillot walks us through the formation.
04:55
April 16, 2018
Rewind: Arming the flock
Owen Philips travels to Mississippi to sit in on a training session for a church security team.
13:07
April 12, 2018
Rewind: The ageless joy of Kingdom Hearts
Aaron Edwards and Jeremy Gordon geek out about how a video game changed their adolescent lives.
14:20
April 11, 2018
Rewind: Behind closed doors
Gaby Del Valle tells the story of asylum seekers that are being sexually assaulted in U.S. detention.
17:56
April 10, 2018
Rewind: Source code, the end of actress, and Google snippets
Karen Sandler is still waiting to see the source code that's keeping her alive, Andy Martino discusses the end of "actress", and Adrianne Jeffries finds out how Google destroyed celebritynetworth.com.
13:19
April 9, 2018
Your boss is working you to death
How economic precarity, technology, and unrealistic expectations are making us sick.
13:26
April 5, 2018
I'm the man in the Jabbrrbox
A new startup wants to be the future of private space. Are they onto something?
11:30
April 4, 2018
Do we need Roseanne tho?
Roseanne is a polarizing figure while her reboot is getting top ratings. We breakdown what's changed since 1988.
16:19
April 3, 2018
Cambridge Analytica for dummies
We explain to you, like humans, why you should care about the Cambridge Analytica data leak.
18:37
April 2, 2018
Inside YouTube's fake views economy
Views are currency on YouTube, and the existence of fake ones creates questions for all videos.
08:52
March 29, 2018
"Education, not assassination."
March for Our Lives attendees speak about their experiences with gun violence.
11:30
March 28, 2018
Matt Binder hunts for Twitter bots
#Resist bots are all over Twitter. We found the person responsible.
11:35
March 27, 2018
Emily Brown learns how to ride a bike
A totally normal adult woman endures a sore ass and bruises to learn how to ride a bike. And we taped it.
13:43
March 26, 2018
Alex Jung takes us on a Drag Race
Alex Jung, staff writer at Vulture, and Aaron discuss what the tenth season of RuPaul's Drag Race means for culture today.
21:13
March 22, 2018
The sad, deep end of adulthood
Kate Ryan had a hint of nostalgia when she opened Netflix...
14:15
March 21, 2018
What does the universe sound like?
Joe Veix let's us listen to the most depressing algorithmic space composition, and the band that it surprisingly sounds like.
08:39
March 20, 2018
How do you say "smartphone" in Lakota?
J.p. Lawrence introduces us to a dying language kept alive.
08:03
March 19, 2018
Gaming the depression algorithm
Paris Martineau gives us an insight into the Alt-right's latest recruitment scheme.
10:21
March 15, 2018
Junkie XL and the soundtrack of strong women film characters
Paris Martineau chats with composer Junkie XL about scoring Tomb Raider and Mad Max, and his approaches for composing these films.
14:05
March 14, 2018
Last-chance tourism
Caroline Haskins introduces us to a cruise that's using climate change as a marketing ploy.
08:24
March 13, 2018
Meet the teachers on strike in West Virginia
Gaby Del Valle introduces us to Laura Picard Carter and Catherine Drummond Pizzino, two West Virginia teachers on the front lines for higher pay and lower medical costs.
09:18
March 12, 2018
Banning the worst place on the internet
Jon Christian takes us inside r/NoMorals, an unruly subreddit, and what led to its shutdown.
06:35
March 8, 2018
3/7/18: Boldly queer, or not
Ann-Derrick Gaillot gazes into the new Queer Eye reboot on Netflix. The Fab Five is back honey.
15:44
March 7, 2018
3/6/18: Seamlessly sliding into hell
Brandy Jensen questions the advertising practices of a food delivery app. Are we lazy, incompetent misanthropes after all?
09:49
March 6, 2018
3/5/18: Breaking Monopoly
Jeremy Gordon played Monopoly with real money and crime, and we recorded it on tape. Today's story: Breaking Monopoly by Jeremy Gordon Credits: Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green. Send us your feedback at aaron@theoutline.com or @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
15:36
March 5, 2018
3/1/18: Vibey as hell
Drew Millard explains to us the Environments app, the chillest showcase of legendary field recordings. Today's story: An ambient sound app is using archival audio to plug you back into nature by Drew Millard Additional mentions in the show: Download Environments app Credits: Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green. Send us your feedback at aaron@theoutline.com or @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
11:37
March 1, 2018
2/28/18: Hollywood is failing Mo'Nique
Ann-Derrick Gaillot wonders if solidarity include black female comedians? Today's story: Hollywood is failing Mo'Nique by Ann-Derrick Gaillot Additional mentions in the show: Mo'Nique on Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM Mo'Nique on The View Credits: Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green. Send us your feedback at aaron@theoutline.com or @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
13:06
February 28, 2018
2/27/18: Self-storage scam
Gaby Del Valle had the self-storage experience from hell, so she figured out why. Today's story: My self-storage hell by Gaby Del Valle Additional mentions in the show: Foundations by Kate Nash A Slowdown Is in Store for the Self-Storage Business by Peter Grant The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie “KonMari” Kondo Credits: Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green. Send us your feedback at aaron@theoutline.com or @OutlineDispatch. And if you love us, rate us five stars in Apple Podcasts, and tell a special life person about us.
11:27
February 27, 2018
2/26/18: Weed writing blows
Kieran Delamont surveys the past, present, and future of marijuana journalism.
13:55
February 26, 2018
2/22/18: The math of Tinder
It's Thursday. Dating apps suck. Today on the show: Casey Johnston - The math of Tinder Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
08:55
February 22, 2018
2/14/18: Mapping queer memories
It's Wednesday. Valentine's Day is a capitalist ploy. Today on the show: Ann Derrick-Gaillot - Mapping queer memories Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
06:13
February 22, 2018
2/15/18: Instagram's depression ads
It's Thursday. You made it. Today on the show: Paris Martineau - Why is Instagram so worried about my mental health? Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
06:52
February 22, 2018
2/20/18: The ageless joy of Kingdom Hearts
It's Tuesday. We were gone for the holiday, but we're back. Today on the show: Aaron Edwards & Jeremy Gordon - The ageless joy of Kingdom Hearts Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
15:08
February 22, 2018
Do text based therapy apps really work?
It's Wednesday. Put some respect on Fergie's name. Today on the show: Paris Martineau - Your therapist is typing Cat Ferguson (on The Verge) - Breakdown Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
14:04
February 22, 2018
2/13/18: Predicting hurricanes & child marriage laws
It's Tuesday. Stay cozy. Today on the show: Caroline Haskins - The race to predict hurricanes Gaby Del Valle - Forced to marry her rapist at 11, Sherry Johnson wants to end child marriage Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
11:54
February 13, 2018
We met Lil Yachty
Gaby Del Valle takes us inside New York Fashion week, and Joshua Topolsky remembers his childhood through a tweet from Germany.
10:48
February 12, 2018
The perfect wave
Aaron Colton figures out if man-made waves change the soul of surfing?
09:50
February 8, 2018
Gators taught me about death
Paris Martineau shows us the best way to cheat at HQ Trivia. Also Paris and Gaby Del Valle give a loving tribute to their home state, the one they love to hate, Florida.
15:16
February 7, 2018
Everybody poops
Jon Christian finds a professor that's using Black Mirror as a teachable moment, Jeremy Gordon relays that awkward moment on the way to the bathroom, and Sarah Souli brings you a whistling language.
09:37
February 6, 2018
Flagging the play
We tackle America’s biggest night for sports, through ethics and Marxism of course.
14:00
February 1, 2018
The truth is I never left you
A star performer tugs at Aaron's heartstrings, and an industry still insists on demonizing fat people.
14:59
January 31, 2018
We can't quit plastic bags
We're all guilty of using too many plastic bags. Why did a proposed ban in New York fall flat?
07:07
January 30, 2018
Lambo, guaranteed
We take you inside the weirdest group chat ever, full of six-figure dreams and even bigger scams.
05:49
January 29, 2018
Can you keep a secret?
Behind a LinkedIn message, and an electric fence, were two people that spoke up.
14:17
January 25, 2018
What a disaster
The Academy Awards nominees were announced and one film was particularly absent. Ann Derrick-Gaillot thinks she knows why.
03:31
January 24, 2018
1/23/2017: Phone numbers are dead
It's Tuesday. We like mystery boxes. Today on the Dispatch. Paris Martineau - Instagram handles have replaced phone numbers Sam Hill - I bought a cryptocurrency mystery box Also on the Outline: Gaby Del Valle -Hollywood should have banished Woody Allen decades ago Ann Derrick-Gaillot - Why high-performance gear suits my low energy lifestyle Hosted by Adrienne Jeffries. Produced by James T. Green.
09:13
January 23, 2018
1/22/2017: Sure, Amazon's been trash
It's Monday. We're feeling salty about a couple things. Today on the Dispatch. Paris Martineau - Amazon Treats Its Employees Like Shit Jeremy Gordon - Against "sure" Also on the Outline: Paris Martineau - Pyramid Schemes Target Snapchat Teens Mark Way - Everything You Know About Cheese Is A Lie Hosted by Adrienne Jeffries. Produced by James T. Green.
08:45
January 22, 2018
1/18/2018: Behind Closed Doors
It's Thursday. Today on the Dispatch. Gaby Del Valle - Asylum seekers are being sexually assaulted in U.S. detention Also on The Outline: Katie Drummond - Conspiracy theory: These accidental missile alerts aren't actually accidents Stephen Harrison - This is where all the unemployed lawyers go to cry Hosted by Adrienne Jeffries. Produced by James T. Green.
18:17
January 18, 2018
1/17/2018: Surface Side-eyes & Revisiting Vine
It's Wednesday. We're doing it for the Vine. FRE SHAVACA DO. And a potato flew around my room. Today on the Dispatch. Adrianne Jeffries - The popularity of Microsoft's Surface is the least realistic thing on TV Ann-Derrick Gaillot - Where does a Vine star go after Vine? Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green.
16:04
January 17, 2018
1/16/2018: Cupcakke's Ephorize & Mayonnaise Kids
It's Tuesday. Kids are selling me things I don't need. Today on the Dispatch. Ann-Derrick Gaillot - Cupcakke is rap's raunchiest rapper, and one of its most sensitive Jeremy Gordon - I'm sick of the 'Stranger Things' kids selling me stuff Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by James T. Green & John Lagomarsino.
10:51
January 16, 2018
1/10/2018: Television
It's Wednesday. Welcome back. Today on the show, we're talking about TV: Gaby Del Valle - The Spanglish on ‘Riverdale’ is driving me insane Jeff Ihaza, Adrianne Jeffries, and Aaron Edwards - Neo Yokio's rich universe Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by John Lagomarsino.
19:50
January 10, 2018
1/9/2018: Acceptance speeches & American Ninja Warrior
It's Tuesday. Everyone doing OK? Today on the Dispatch: Aaron Edwards - Acceptance speeches are extremely my shit Ann-Derrick Gaillot - American Ninja Warrior’s level playing field Hosted by Aaron Edwards. Produced by Sam Thonis and John Lagomarsino.
10:42
January 9, 2018
1/8/2018: Celebrity Net Worth & the weather
It's Monday. Welcome back. Today on the Dispatch: Adrianne Jeffries - How Google eats a business whole Ann-Derrick Gaillot - The weather isn't small talk Hosted by Adrianne Jeffries. Produced by John Lagomarsino.
11:18
January 8, 2018
12/29/2017: Should auld acquaintance be forgot?
It's almost a new year, so we thought we'd replay a timely episode of another Outline podcast, Sound Show. In this episode, Brian Barone looks at a version of "Auld Lang Syne" that you might miss if you're not paying close attention at midnight on New Year's Eve.
17:11
December 29, 2017
12/28/2017: Favorites, Vol. 4
More favorites from 2017
14:59
December 28, 2017
12/27/2017: Favorites, Vol. 3
More favorites from 2017
18:14
December 27, 2017
12/26/2017: Favorites, Vol. 2
20:43
December 26, 2017
12/25/2017: Favorites, Vol. 1
20:05
December 25, 2017
12/21/2017: Stolen valor & Mastodon
World Dispatch: Thursday • The absurd conservative obsession with “stolen valor” • The absurd conservative obsession with “stolen valor” • Mastodon makes the internet feel like home again • Mastodon makes the internet feel like home again • Thanks for listening
16:33
December 22, 2017
12/20/2017: Dreaming about Trump
World Dispatch: Wednesday • The world’s worst dream journal • The world’s worst dream journal • Thanks for listening
10:28
December 20, 2017
12/19/2017: Fight for the Future
World Dispatch: Tuesday • Fight for the Future isn't giving up on net neutrality • Fight for the Future isn't giving up on net neutrality • Fight for the Future isn't giving up on net neutrality • Thanks for listening
14:40
December 19, 2017
12/18/2017: The SpongeBob musical & Bhad Bhabie
World Dispatch: Monday • How SpongeBob SquarePants came to life on Broadway • How SpongeBob SquarePants came to life on Broadway • Bhad Bhabie is a new model of teen star • Bhad Bhabie is a new model of teen star • Thanks for listening
13:34
December 19, 2017
12/13/2017: Wasted clothing & Moogfest
World Dispatch: Wednesday • Companies could be donating unsold merchandise, but some are trashing it instead • Companies could be donating unsold merchandise, but some are trashing it instead • Did Moogfest mess up? • Did Moogfest mess up? • Thanks for listening
12:48
December 13, 2017
12/12/2017: Christian bots & nice reality TV
World Dispatch: Tuesday • This Christian botnet showed me how spam works on Twitter • This Christian botnet showed me how spam works on Twitter • Enjoy the show: Reality TV is nice now • Enjoy the show: Reality TV is nice now • Thanks for listening
15:08
December 12, 2017
12/11/2017: Patreon & ‘I, Tonya’
World Dispatch: Monday • No one makes a living on Patreon • No one makes a living on Patreon • What I, Tonya gets right about the celebrity biopic • Thanks for listening
14:48
December 11, 2017
12/7/2017: The Great 78 Project
World Dispatch: Thursday • The Great 78 Project is preserving 200,000 old records • The Great 78 Project is preserving 200,000 old records • The Great 78 Project is preserving 200,000 old records • The Great 78 Project is preserving 200,000 old records • Thanks for listening
16:37
December 7, 2017
12/6/2017: Games about games & Lipsense
World Dispatch: Wednesday • Staring into the void of the most meta video game ever • Staring into the void of the most meta video game ever • Facts about that lipstick all your Facebook friends are selling • Facts about that lipstick all your Facebook friends are selling • Thanks for listening
15:45
December 6, 2017
11/30/2017: Trump on TV & Tumblr's Daddy
World Dispatch: Thursday • Stumbling through TV’s first year with President Trump • Stumbling through TV’s first year with President Trump • When David Karp was daddy • When David Karp was daddy • Thanks for listening
13:09
November 30, 2017
11/29/2017: Handheld games & Watchmen
World Dispatch: Wednesday • Trying to play handheld games as a legally blind gamer • Trying to play handheld games as a legally blind gamer • The latest ‘Watchmen’ revival is shameless enough to work • The latest ‘Watchmen’ revival is shameless enough to work • Thanks for listening
17:03
November 29, 2017
11/28/2017: Mechanical Turk & Phish
World Dispatch: Tuesday • Strangers are looking at your data for pennies • Strangers are looking at your data for pennies • Thank you, Phish fans, for caring about net neutrality • Thank you, Phish fans, for caring about net neutrality • Thanks for listening
15:54
November 28, 2017
11/27/2017: Soup & Apple Stores
World Dispatch: Monday • What is soup? • What is soup? • Apple only wants to put its stores where white people live • Thanks for listening
11:57
November 27, 2017
11/21/2017: Is herbal transition a thing?
World Dispatch: Tuesday • Can herbal hormone therapy help the transgender community? • Can herbal hormone therapy help the transgender community? • Can herbal hormone therapy help the transgender community? • Thanks for listening
13:18
November 21, 2017
11/21/2017: Is herbal transition a thing?
World Dispatch: Monday • Spam is back • Spam is back • The animated 'Lord of the Rings' movie that time forgot • The animated 'Lord of the Rings' movie that time forgot • Thanks for listening
15:03
November 20, 2017
11/16/2017: Thanksgiving privacy & creepy trivia
World Dispatch: Thursday • Why is this company tracking where you are on Thanksgiving? • Why is this company tracking where you are on Thanksgiving? • Interactive TV is pretty similar to regular TV • Interactive TV is pretty similar to regular TV • Thanks for listening
15:44
November 16, 2017
11/15/2017: Twitter parties & coffee boycotts
World Dispatch: Wednesday • Twitter parties are Tupperware parties reborn • Twitter parties are Tupperware parties reborn • Keurig Coffee Machines Are Hell Devices That Everyone Should Boycott • Keurig Coffee Machines Are Hell Devices That Everyone Should Boycott • Thanks for listening
14:32
November 15, 2017
11/14/2017: Talking about shooters & Helena's new mayor
World Dispatch: Tuesday • We need to talk about mass murderers • We need to talk about mass murderers • Meet Montana’s first black mayor in more than a century • Meet Montana’s first black mayor in more than a century • Thanks for listening
14:27
November 14, 2017
11/13/2017: Arming the flock
World Dispatch: Monday • Arming the flock • Arming the flock • Arming the flock • Thanks for listening
13:05
November 13, 2017
11/9/2017: E-bikes & cookie tins
World Dispatch: Thursday • Everyone hates e-bikes • Everyone hates e-bikes • Why Does Everyone's Mum Use That Same Cookie Tin for Sewing Stuff? • Why Does Everyone's Mum Use That Same Cookie Tin for Sewing Stuff? • Thanks for listening
14:21
November 9, 2017
11/8/2017: Union busting & inspiration porn
World Dispatch: Wednesday • How to kill a union • How to kill a union • When disability tech is just a marketing exercise • When disability tech is just a marketing exercise • Thanks for listening
16:59
November 8, 2017
11/6/2017: Search Angels of the Search Squad
World Dispatch: Monday • Search Angels of the Search Squad • Search Angels of the Search Squad • Search Angels of the Search Squad • Thanks for listening
15:17
November 7, 2017
The new American dream home Is a parking lot
The new American dream home Is a parking lot • The new American dream home Is a parking lot
08:10
November 6, 2017
Can the family unit survive The Wizarding World of Harry Potter?
Can the family unit survive The Wizarding World of Harry Potter?
04:59
October 31, 2017
The secretive family making money off the opioid crisis
The secretive family making money off the opioid crisis • The secretive family making money off the opioid crisis • The secretive family making money off the opioid crisis
12:48
October 24, 2017
Autumn is boring, and that is good
Autumn is boring, and that is good
03:32
October 18, 2017
Google asks the dumbest questions
Google asks the dumbest questions
04:59
October 10, 2017
Why does Amazon have two completely different products called Alexa?
Why does Amazon have two completely different products called Alexa?
04:24
October 9, 2017
How do event organizers handle security?
How do event organizers handle security? • How do event organizers handle security?
06:30
October 5, 2017
The Equifax breach is worse than you think
The Equifax breach is worse than you think • The Equifax breach is worse than you think • The Equifax breach is worse than you think
10:55
October 4, 2017
Google and Facebook deflect responsibility onto algorithms
Google and Facebook deflect responsibility onto algorithms • Google and Facebook deflect responsibility onto algorithms
06:44
October 3, 2017
Neo Yokio’s rich universe
Neo Yokio's rich universe • Neo Yokio's rich universe • Neo Yokio's rich universe
12:03
September 28, 2017
This lawyer helps spies leak on the U.S. government
This lawyer helps spies leak on the U.S. government • This lawyer helps spies leak on the U.S. government
07:02
September 26, 2017
Selections from Tom Brady's new book
Selections from Tom Brady's new book
01:54
September 22, 2017
New York may lift a 91-year-old dance ban
New York may lift a 91-year-old dance ban
04:59
September 21, 2017
How the affluent talk about their wealth
How the affluent talk about their wealth • How the affluent talk about their wealth
08:41
September 19, 2017
Calling Equifax is more difficult than it sounds
Calling Equifax is more difficult than it sounds • Calling Equifax is more difficult than it sounds
07:33
September 17, 2017
South Park is not subversive
South Park is not subversive
03:49
September 14, 2017
Apple’s needless cult of secrecy
Apple’s needless cult of secrecy
04:59
September 13, 2017
Job postings requesting a ‘neutral accent’ are probably illegal
Job postings requesting a ‘neutral accent’ are probably illegal
05:00
September 12, 2017
‘The strongest possible terms’ is the weakest possible phrase
‘The strongest possible terms’ is the weakest possible phrase
05:00
September 10, 2017
This 38-year-old study is still spreading bad ideas about addiction
This 38-year-old study is still spreading bad ideas about addiction • This 38-year-old study is still spreading bad ideas about addiction
07:05
September 6, 2017
An open source community is turning against one of its most prominent members
An open source community is turning against one of its most prominent members
04:59
September 5, 2017
Brooklyn's most controversial restaurant owner
Brooklyn's most controversial restaurant owner (Pt. 1) • Brooklyn's most controversial restaurant owner (Pt. 2) • Brooklyn's most controversial restaurant owner (Pt. 3)
11:29
August 31, 2017
We regret to inform you that your vegan cheese is now problematic
We regret to inform you that your vegan cheese is now problematic
04:49
August 24, 2017
Jill Filipovic’s myopic feminism
Jill Filipovic’s myopic feminism
04:30
August 22, 2017
The U.S. is tracking a record number of immigrants with ankle monitors
The U.S. is tracking a record number of immigrants with ankle monitors (1 of 2) • The U.S. is tracking a record number of immigrants with ankle monitors (2 of 2)
08:27
August 18, 2017
Trump’s business councils are all made up and fake
Trump’s business councils are all made up and fake
04:33
August 17, 2017
Andrew Yoon and 'Divorce!'
Andrew Yoon and ‘Divorce!’ (1 of 3) • Andrew Yoon and ‘Divorce!’ (2 of 3) • Andrew Yoon and ‘Divorce!’ (3 of 3)
13:32
August 16, 2017
Anonymous did not hack The Daily Stormer
Anonymous did not hack The Daily Stormer
04:17
August 15, 2017
Voicemails from the Dead
Milton • Alex • Rae • Jon • Mallika
11:40
August 10, 2017
How to prank the rich and powerful without really trying
How to prank the rich and powerful without really trying (Pt. 1) • How to prank the rich and powerful without really trying (Pt. 2) • How to prank the rich and powerful without really trying (pt. 3)
12:27
August 7, 2017
8/2/2017
Trump needs one million people to apply for a job at the DHS right now • The State Department has gone quiet
04:37
August 2, 2017
8/1/2017
The Paris Agreement will probably fail
06:27
August 1, 2017
A mystery of porn and Wikipedia
A mystery of porn and Wikipedia: The facts • A mystery of porn and Wikipedia: The theories • A mystery of porn and Wikipedia: The expert
10:19
July 3, 2017
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