Weekly Listens, #4

I listen to a lot of podcasts – a lot! – so I started a series rounding up the most interesting episodes I’ve heard recently. And I’m really enjoying these podcast roundups! I go through so many that oftentimes I worry that I don’t really internalize them and remember their contents, but jotting down short notes here helps with that a lot. This week…

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Weekly Listens, #3

I listen to a lot of podcasts – a lot! – so I started a series rounding up the most interesting episodes I’ve heard recently. There were some great shows this week! Among others, there was America’s high school math curriculum and whether it works or not, the history of a polygamous “utopia” that turned into a famous tableware company (seriously), and the massive problem of millions of feral hogs running loose in the country. Yep, feral hogs.

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Weekly Listens, #2

I listen to a lot of podcasts – a lot! – and so I started a series rounding up the most interesting episodes I’ve heard recently. I usually listen to a grab bag of topics, and this week was no different, covering feminism, the role of technology in mental health, the practice of tipping, and everyone’s favorite Mormon survivalist memoir, Educated by Tara Westover.

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Weekly Listens, #1

I listen to a lot of podcasts – a lot! – and so I thought it might be fun to start a new series rounding up what I’ve listened to recently. In this first edition, a look into utopian societies throughout history, an interview with Andrew Yang on his platform as a presidential candidate, and jokes flying everywhere between John Mulaney and Conan O’Brien.

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