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The Content Mines
We talk about content. How it's made. Why it's good. Why it's very bad. Sorry in advance for the British bits.
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4.7 stars from 87 ratings
An ouroboros of stupidity. Oh! And Ryan Broderick is a known plagiarist who calls himself a journalist - look it up! Standing by this!
Bob LaFollette via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/24/23
Didn’t stick the landing
Listened to about 10 minutes of their final episode, and wished they had just taken the “Hello Internet” route of fading away. Self-indulgent to the extreme, which made me realize that this show ending was probably the best thing that could happen to it (well, except for the actual ending, which...Read full review »
ce_n'est_pas_un_nom via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/23
internet genie usses
I've been following Ryan for years – he's a journalist and internet historian. Luke is newer to me but is a super smart journalist too. In addition to being informative, they're fun and funny. If something culturally significant happens online I eagerly await their next episode. Hope...Read full review »
mr_norell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/12/22
Recent Episodes
Well, all good things must come to an end. Also, this podcast. At least for a while. We’re going on indefinite hiatus! So this will be our last episode for a while. Why is this happening? A combination of reasons, which we explain in excruciating detail in this episode. But the main thing is that...
Published 01/13/23
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Published 12/09/22
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