Podcasting is either booming or has been on a steady upswing. Either way it is a great way to catch up with a variety of subjects. You can also check out last week’s links. Enjoy.


Why you should care about your podcast’s audio quality.  (Marco Arment)

Don’t be intimidated by the technical aspects of podcasting.  (Six Colors)


Eric Jackson and Ben Thompson debating Apple’s ($AAPL) ‘$100 billion mistake.’  (Business Insider)

Michael Covel talks with Ewan Kirk of Cantab Capital about the rise of European trend following.  (Trend Following Radio)

A talk with Roy Niederhoffer about cognitive biases. (Top Traders Unplugged)

A presentation by Monish Pabrai at Boston College on value investing.  (Market Folly)


Marc Maron talks with Rhett Miller of the Old 97’s.  (WTF)

Jeff Garlin talks with Stephen Merchant.  (By the Way)


Dan Pashman, author of Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious, and Marc Maron debate how to eat without guilt.  (The Sporkful)

How bourbon is made.  (kottke)


A discussion with Mark McClusky author of Faster, Higher, Stronger: How Sports Science Is Creating a New Generation of Superathletes–and What We Can Learn from Them.  (a16z podcast)

Matt Hughes talks with Peter Mortimer producer of the documentary Valley Uprising: Yosemite’s Rock Climbing Revolution.  (Slugball Radio)

Mixed media

James talks with Dan Ariely author of The Honest Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone–Especially Ourselves.  (James Altucher Show)

Amy” is the virtual digital assistant that wants to help you schedule stuff.  (New Tech City)

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