Much like a Greatest Hits compilation, this episode is an assembly of some of our most popular stories of the year, with a few new stories to prove that the band hasn’t broken up.
So if you’ve ever wondered where the word “podcast” came from, why Ashton Kutcher is the King of Silicon Valley, or wanted to hear grandchildren shame their grandparents through the power of an open letter, then this hit-stuffed podcast equivalent of a K-Tel record is just for you.
With love from the team at Slack, it’s Episode Seventeen: Our Favorite Things - Part II
If your 2016 resolutions include “listening to more podcasts”, do we have the thing for you! Our podcast-loving team have put together some of their favorite brain-tickling, ear-pleasing favorites to start your new year off right.
Inventing brand new words: sounds complicated, befuddling, nigh impossible! Or is it really just a case of making things up? Here, we reveal the unexpected origin of the word “podcast”.
Preparing to have the conversation with your grandparents this holiday? The tech conversation? You might want to take a cue from these kids first.
Ashton Kutcher is SO the Kevin Bacon of tech. Don’t believe us? Play along as we connect celebrity tech investors to Ashton in six moves or less.
New York Times illustrator Christoph Niemann explains the necessity of enduring creative pain to achieve creative genius. Now our brains hurt, but in a good way.
If nothing else, the internet has increased society’s appetite for high concept meals on wheels, and word play. In these realms the internet becomes hungry. Hungry like the wolf (also a great name for a carrion-based food truck).