What I Listened to Last Week: June 20th, 2016
A new blog series, highlighting 5 great podcast episodes that I listened to last week. Hat tip for the idea to Chad Brooks of The Productive Pastor.
I use Overcast links which will allow you to play the episode in any good browser and have iTunes subscription links below each highlighted episode.
Week ending June 18th, 2016.
John Siracusa and Merlin Mann "figure each other out" one podcast episode at a time. This week they discussed "repping stuff" and whether we do that for ourselves or each other. Subscribe in iTunes here.
John Gruber hosts Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller as they discuss Apple's World Wide Developer Conference and the announcements of iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and more. Subscribe in iTunes here.
Tracis Macelroy and Brent Black host a weekly chat about everything that's "trending" on the internet. This week they discuss the Tony's and reactions to the Orlando Mass Shooting. I read a lot of news every week, and I generally DON'T want to hear about the headlines too. These guys do a great job of informing and entertaining, while they work out their own feelings about things on the air. Subscribe in iTunes here.
Invisiblia is back! Season One was one of my favorite NPR productions. Now in episode one of season two, Alix Spiegel and new cohost Hannah Rosen discuss social norms. I'm so glad this show is back! Subscribe in iTunes here.
Eric Molinsky hosts this biweekly podcast about stories and storytelling. In this episode he talks to Tom Fontana about Tommy Westphall and the biggest "shared universe" in pop culture. This episode is from January but I just discovered the show and it's my new favorite. Subscribe in iTunes here.