One of the most hopeful and practical podcasts I’ve listened to in a long time. I know this show has been linked here before but I think this specific episode is worthy of a listen to those who are interested in working directly at making the world a better place.
Robert sits down with Ify Nwadiwe to talk about the weird cult that's formed around AI, and some of the most powerful people in Silicon Valley. (Adapted from his article in Rolling Stone: https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/ai-companies-advocates-cult-1234954528/)
Taking action on their solarpunk dreams, Nick Schwanz and Spencer Scott bought a degraded agricultural plot and have been turning it into a food forest, an explosion of flowers, and a demonstration of regenerative farming that brings the local community together and creates a network of prosperity and opportunities for other farmers, creatives, and makers. Join us as we talk soils, how their project is going, and what they mean by their intention to queer the agricultural endeavor.
Easily my favorite podcast. Went through my favorited episodes and it was this 95% of the time. Skip his political takes normally but otherwise consistently insightful
I've been listening to this podcast for a couple of weeks now. It became one of my favorites. feed link in the url 👆
A unique storytelling podcast in which Catherine Carr interrupts people as they go about their everyday lives and asks simply: “Where are you going?”
The conversations that follow are always unpredictable: sometimes funny, sometimes heart-breaking, silly, romantic or occasionally downright ‘stop-you-in-your-tracks’ surprising.
Be transported to places around the world and into the lives of others: You just never know what story is coming next…
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