Steph and Candice chat Fox Mulder, critical thinking skills and 20th and 21st century popular music.
Books: 1973: Rock at the Crossroads by Andrew Grant Jackson
Links: k-os cover of The Cars Just What I Needed (opens a Youtube video)
Strong Songs Podcast on Babylon Sisters by Steely Dan
Switched on Pop podcast How Streaming Changed the Sound of Pop
Timestamps: 3:00 There was an anti-mask protest near the bookstore; empathy and critical thinking
7:56 Fox Mulder is not the hero you think he is
10:30 It's okay to not be okay, but how do we move forward
16:00 The importance of routine
22:00 Reading as a habit that shakes up your habit
26:50 Podcasts vs radio
30:00 Gen X talking about music these days
50:00 The terror of algorithms
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