#29 - Better Living Through Condiments

Vague advice on how making your own condiments can make you incrementally better at cooking that is not, I promise you, expanded into any great general life lesson of any sort.

#26 - If I Am Not Tongue But Ears

I talk about Accidental Death Of An Anarchist and Death By Hanging and, in the process, harp on about the prison of language once again. 

#24 - Heroes

I'm joined by Brandon Soderberg to discuss his article Heroes in depth. It's a good idea to read the article before listening to this episode http://www.citypaper.com/news/features/bcpnews-heroes-20170103-htmlstory.html

#22 - Dick Gibson And Bowling Alone

I talk about Stanley Elkin's novel The Dick Gibson Show before giving out about young people until my voice starts to give way. 

#19 - You're Just Listening Too Slow

Solo episode where I talk about the unexplored potential of big data and rap music, prompted by reading an article about some Bob Dylan text analysis bullshit. 


#18 - Vending Machine Youtube

I'm joined by Mairead (@20000tinyjars) to talk about vending machines, youtube vlogs about vending machines, videos of people beating other people up and how youtube can work with the individual experience. 

This is the channel we primarily talk about: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLx3LXnWAAML6e59hhW3uKw

#17 - Covering Protest In Baltimore

I talk to Baltimore City Paper Deputy Editor Brandon Soderberg about the logistics, organization and consideration it has taken to cover the last few years of rallies and protest in Baltimore focused on endemic widescale police brutality


#16 - Comedy Post-Podcasting

I talk to comedian Gemma Flynn about what being a comedian is like post podcast boom and how to find an audience eager to laugh about, not at, rap music. 


#15 - Jason Shiga's Demon

I talk to comics critic Joe McCulloch about Jason Shiga's excellent comic Demon.



Full disclosure: this show is indirectly sponsored by this comic in a way which is too convoluted to explain so by all means construct an elaborate conspiracy theory. 


#14 - VR And The Immersive Fallacy

I speak to Frank Lantz about what people expect from VR, No Man's Sky and games in general. Frank is Director of the New York University Game Center and co-founder of Area/Code who created games like Drop7 and Parking Wars.



#13 - The Culture Of Weight Loss

I talk to Chris Spann about what losing weight and having weight to lose can do to your mind and how he navigated it. 



#11 - Everything will be deleted

I use Dennis Cooper's blog crisis to hyper-ventilate about the constant, tragic data loss that goes on every day.