Let’s Know Things is a podcast in which Colin Wright puts current events into context.
Episode 0 — Contextualism & China
Episode 1 — Free Speech
Episode 2 — Automation & AI
Episode 3 — Suburbia
Episode 4 — Big Data & the Apocalypse
Episode 5 — Shoulds & Ares
Episode 6 — Privilege
Episode 7 — Barbarians at the Gate
Episode 8 — Grays
Episode 9 — Interstitial 1
Episode 10 — Click
Episode 11 — Tourists
Episode 12 — Non-Human Intelligence
Episode 13 — Look Away
Episode 14 — Biases & Perception
Episode 15 — Cyberspace & Meatspace (September 7)
Episode 16 — Problematic (September 14)
Episode 17 — Population (September 21)
Episode 18 — Colossal & Connected (September 28)
Episode 19 — Magic That Works (October 5)
Episode 20 — Gods Among Men (October 12)
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Hostgator — the hosting company I’ve used for years. After working with a half-dozen similar companies, I consolidated my sites to Hostgator because they proved to be more reliable, intuitive, and, frankly, friendly. Their customer service is wonderful and speedy, and their Reseller Account (which is what I use) makes hosting multiple projects for multiple groups of people a breeze. Use the link above to sign up with Hostgator and you’ll get 30-45% off your purchase.
Audible — I go on a lot of roadtrips, and listening to audiobooks along the way has made my frequently 8-hour days on the road an absolute pleasure. Use the above link to sign up for a free month of Audible, along with a free audiobook. There’s no commitment to keep going, and you can easily cancel your membership before you spend a dime — either way you keep the audiobook, which you can enjoy at home, during your commute, or over the course of a long, loooonnngggg roadtrip. (Pro-tip: listen to the end up each Audible-sponsored episode for a book recommendation.)
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