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.

Marketers love podcasts like Serial because they are “sticky” and “intimate.”  (WSJ)


John Mihaljevic talks with Bill Sheeline about value research techniques.  (Value Investing Podcast)

Barry Ritholtz talks with noted technician Ralph Acampora.  (Big Picture)

The full version of “How to Win the Loser’s Game.”  (SensibleInvesting)


Benedict Evans on how the fact everyone now buys technology changes everything.  (a16z podcast)

Walter Isaacson author of The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution talks with Vin Cerf and Bob Kahn about the birth of the Internet.  (Authors@Google)


Matt Hughes talks with Matt McClusky author of Faster, Higher Stronger: How Sports Science is Creating a New Generation of Superathletes.  (Slugball Radio)

James Altucher talks with Clayton Anderson author of The Ordinary Spaceman: From Boyhood Dreams to Astronaut.  (James Altucher Show)

David Plotz talks with John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants about life in a working band.  (Slate)

Mixed media

The sunk cost fallacy or why we fear recognizing losses.  (Use It or Lose It)

Should the US merge with Mexico?  (Freakonomics Radio)

Is the NCAA an illegal cartel?  (Planet Money)

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