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One of my top 3 podcasts several years ago. Then they went full on social justice and it became just another NPR show showing only half the data; so I dropped out for a year or so. Came back recently and was hopeful. Listened to recent shows on food, dating and where AI came from. Just ok. Lots of opinions without backing and very little that's new or not obvious. One last chance with a favorite topic of mine "future of work". Indres, couldn't you find someone better than Jamie Merisotis? Hard to keep track of all the vague buzzword and platitudes. I got one interesting fact out of it; community college enrollment is dropping off and that's it. What amazes me is Jamie was described as a CEO; that's hard to believe. I dropped out after 30 minutes so maybe it got better. At least the social justice stuff bias has been dropped, so maybe you're attempting to regain some scientific credibility. I'll try again next year. It's really too bad. Indres is too gifted to be just another NPR talking head.Read full review »
Mack019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/17/21
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Love the new format for Chris and Indre's new podcast. I enjoy the news summary, the discussion between the hosts, the little tidbits of interview as teasers -- and, of course, the high-quality long-form interview to anchor the whole thing.Read full review »
Danthelawyer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/18/13
I really like this podcast and the format of it with the headlines up front and then an interview. I personally enjoy Indre's interviews better but they are both great hosts and look forward to more showsRead full review »
TSmith6262 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/26/13
Wish there were more.
FantasyMage via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/13
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