A podcast about nothing in particular. From culture to science to lifestyle, everything goes.
Learning at 2x
We've been learning since we were cave-dwellers, but learning itself has changed—sometimes for better, sometimes for worse. And that's what we discuss in this episode in the least condescending way we possibly can. Here's wishing more power to everyone setting off on new journeys of learning.
Food, science and influencers
The food industry is gaining more attention these days and things don’t seem to be too different from the fossil fuel or cigarette industries of yesteryear.
Globetrotting from our couch
We talk about traveling. Why do we love it? Is it a luxury? When can it become a bore? Are you a mountain man or a beach bum?
Childhood cartoons—Part II
The one where we sit down (again) to discuss even more cartoons from our childhood and discover topics like classism, religion and the general downward trend of cartoons after our own childhood. This episode follows Part I from last week.
Childhood cartoons—Part I
The one where we sit down to discuss cartoons from our childhood and discover that there were as many similarities as there were differences in the shows with which we grew up. Part II will follow.
Answering Proust’s questions
When he was 14, the French author Marcel Proust answered a bunch of questions that later sold for over 100,000 euros. Vanity Fair has asked celebrities these questions regularly for several years. But at last, the most important people to answer these questions are here: us.