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The New Year's Eve Episode! In February! tell it anyway

We were thrilled to be a part of the Diamond Club New Year's Eve Streamathon, a 24 hour streaming celebration for a good cause. In this live episode, Matt and I tried to encapsulate an entire year in one hour, which was fun AND impossible. Enjoy! Also if you are able to donate at this time, you can still give back to the Extra Life, benefitting the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.  extra-life.org/team/dctv21
  1. The New Year's Eve Episode! In February!
  2. Rudy! Rudy! Rudy!
  3. Work and Play
  4. Lost Friends
  5. In Front of Everyone


Tom Merritt, Garrett Weinzierl and Jennie Josephson have been talking about Star Wars for five years now, and it’s never dull, and it’s never too mean, and I think you’d like it.


Where everybody knows you’re lame. Matt and Jennie talk about the hit 80’s TV show Cheers, because it’s a classic, and a mirror into everything that’s changed, and some things that haven’t, since the 1980’s. Which is FORTY YEARS AGO PEOPLE.


So. We had a pandemic. Disneyland shut down (along with many other things.) One of the ways I calmed myself down at the start of the pandemic was to lie down and visualize walking around DIsneyland from memory. It was a podcast done with lots of love and almost no effort. But it kept us sane, and that’s all that matters.


“Stay angry, little Meg. You’ll need all your anger now.”

Many of us grew up reading and rereading “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle. Last year we helped launch a podcast about a new books of short stories by the author called The Moment of Tenderness.

The podcast is a beautiful introduction to the book, as well as an exploration of the life of an author, hosted by Charlotte Jones Voikilis, one of Madeleine’s granddaughters.

We had to put production on hold when the pandemic hit,  but please enjoy this journey back to a more peaceful moment of 2020 and stay tuned for new episodes coming soon.


If only we’d all known how much we’d need to know about federal law. Fortunately we have the Feds. That would be the Talking Feds.

The Talking Feds podcast is hosted by former US Attorney Harry Litman, is a weekly roundtable discussion that brings together some of the most well-known former prosecutors in the country for a dynamic and entertaining analysis of the most pressing questions in high-profile criminal cases, including the Mueller probe and related investigations. Regular guests include Barbara McQuade, Mimi Rocah, Paul Fishman, Matthew Miller, and features a segment I love called Sidebar, where people like Rob Reiner, Phillip Glass and Lori Anderson explain the core legal concepts behind the Mueller Report and associated investigations.


Reshma Saujani, CEO and Founder of Girls Who Code, has run for office twice, and failed. But exercising her bravery muscle led her to start Girls Who Code, the nonprofit that has reached more than 90,000 girls with its computer education programs and message of sisterhood. Join Reshma on her mission to show that being brave, not perfect, is the secret to changing the world. The Brave, Not Perfect podcast brings you interviews with change makers from all walks of life, with one thing in common. They decided it was better to be brave, not perfect.


Tom Merritt has been covering technology news in podcast form since 2005. When he launched his. own independent technology podcast, his loyal audience immediately funded the show through the then-brand new crowdfunding site Patreon.


Hold on to your uterus, we’re going Under the Hood.

WomanHOOD. MotherHOOD. SisterHOOD. Aleks is a licensed midwife, Patti is a birth worker and a pre- and post-natal yoga teacher.

Join them as they take a deep dive into the topics you wish you knew more about, the topics you want to share with your daughters, and the things you’d like the people in your life to understand about you.

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Clever is a wonderful podcast about  design and designers. They’ve interviewed some incredible designers you know and don’t know. My favorite is an episode with Todd Oldham.

Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer really dive in with their guests, finding out all about what led them to design, their philosophy of design and life, and so much more.

Clever is often featured at some really great live events, including that time we all ended up in an Airstream trailer with Aaron Draplin and Jessica Hische, and a wonderful recent event at Helms Bakery, highlighting the people who are combatting knockoffs in the design industry. Check out our live events page for lots of fun pictures.

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Blockchain technology is about to transform every trust-based interaction of our lives, from financial services to identity, from health care to our Internet of Things devices.

In this podcast, host Laura Shin talks with industry pioneers across tech, financial services, health care, government and other sectors about how the blockchain and cryptocurrency will open up new opportunities for incumbents, startups and everyday people to interact more efficiently, directly and globally. Take a listen.