Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. Meb Faber argues that podcasts are the perfect medium for discussions about finance and investing. You can also check out last week’s links. Tell us if there is anything we missed. Enjoy!

Zack Miller talks with Chris Costello, CEO of Blooom, about investing your 401(k).  (Tradestreaming podcast)

Barry Ritholtz talks with Jim Bianco of Bianco Research.  (Big Picture)

An interview with Charley Ellis about the downside of ballooning manager fees.  (Enterprising Investor)

Passive investing is a powerful strategy but requires discipline to succeed.  (Sensible Investing)

Lessons from the CEO of Sonos, John MacFarlane, on how to build a hardware company.  (GigaOM)

Marc Andreessen talks with Peter Thiel author of Zero to One: Notes on Startups or How to Build the Future.  (a16z podcast)

Tim Ferriss talks with Maria Popova of Brain Pickings fame.  (Tim Ferriss)

James Altucher talks with Ted Leonsis author of The Business of Happiness: 6 Secrets to Extaordinary Success in Life and Work.  (James Altucher Show)

How a programming error turned the tide in the Garry Kasparov vs. Deep Blue chess match.  (FiveThirtyEight)

David Plotz talks with Stephen Colbert on how his show gets made.  (Slate)

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