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Jason Feifer
Build For Tomorrow (Formerly Pessimists Archive)
This is a show about the unexpected things that shape us, and how we can shape the future. We tell funny, surprising stories about why people once feared the things we love (like the teddy bears and coffee!), and the myths we keep telling ourselves (like how new tech is harming us!), and walk away with lessons that can help turn fear and uncertainty into a path of opportunity. Welcome to Build for Tomorrow, hosted by Jason Feifer. (This show was previously called Pessimists Archive.)
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 661 ratings
Great podcast
This is a great podcast!!
yazooj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/21
Love this podcast and recommend it every chance I get! Heard about it a from a panelist at a confrence I attended last year on automotive tech and immediately subscribed. Also love the name change as previously people were skeptical when I raved about it. I think the new name will help!
wandering jaynes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/02/21
“Looking back to see a better future”. Would have been a much better name, but it is an excellent podcast. Keep up the great work.
Edsterx111 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/29/21
Recent Episodes
We like to say that things were better before. But... what year was that, exactly? Join me on a trip through history, as we return to every supposed "golden age" to find out just how golden it was. Then we answer the big question: Is nostalgia useful or harmful, and how do we make people more...
Published 01/28/21
This podcast was called Pessimists Archive. Now it's called Build For Tomorrow. Why? Because this show is optimistic — and it needed a name that reflected that. It's the same show you love, now with a name that loves you back. Ready to help spread optimism? Here are some things you can do: 1....
Published 01/27/21
We once knew how to do important things... until new technology made us weaker, lazier, and dumber. That’s a story we’ve told ourselves for centuries. But is it true? Get in touch! Newsletter: Instagram: @heyfeifer Twitter: @heyfeifer Our sponsors: to...
Published 12/28/20
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