Episode size: Over 60 minutes.
Available on: Google podcast, Apple podcast, Spotify and extra.
The smartest thing about HowStuffWorks’ podcast Techstuff is that the episodes are of a number of varieties. For occasion, one episode talks about how robots may change people in lots of occupations. Then there may be one other that examines the science in the Will Smith movie Independence Day. The Jonathan Strickland-hosted podcast is amongst the finest ones that presents a 360-degree view of tech.
Ep. size: Over 60 minutes.
Available on: Google podcast, Apple podcast, iheart.com and extra. .
Gimlet’s Reply All is hosted by the full of life duo Alex Goldman and PJ Vogt. The podcast tells us complicated tales in a straightforward method. Some of it’s uncommon, but intriguing. For instance, that is the abstract of the episode titled: ‘The Case of the Missing Hit’ — “A man in California is haunted by the memory of a pop song from his youth. He can remember the lyrics and the melody. But the song itself has vanished, completely scrubbed from the Internet.”
Episode size: 45-60 minutes.
Available on: Google podcast, Apple podcast, gimletmedia.com and extra.
The New York Times’ Rabbit Hole tries to take a look at how the Internet has private and societal affect. The first three episodes follows teen Caleb Cain who went from being a Barack Obama supporter to somebody taken in by far-right conspiracy theories. The podcast seems at Cain’s YouTube historical past to see if something he watched had a bearing on his transformation.
Episode size: Just 30 minutes.
Available on: Google podcast, Apple podcast, nytimes.com and extra.
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