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The official podcast of Kottke.org. In just 15 minutes, the coolest stuff that happened in the world today. Science, progress, life-hacks, memes, exciting art and hope. The antidote to depressing headlines. Smart stuff in podcast form. Cool news, as a service.

    Fri. 02/26 - Is Mr. Potato Head Non-fungible?

    Fri. 02/26 - Is Mr. Potato Head Non-fungible?

    Delving into the world of crypto art and non-fungible tokens. A history of Mr. Potato Head, or, I’m sorry, just Potato Head? And a few links to help you chill out this weekend.

    • 16 min
    Thu. 02/25 - The Anti-Marie Kondo & Radical Keeping

    Thu. 02/25 - The Anti-Marie Kondo & Radical Keeping

    How to make your clothes last longer and practice the art of “radical keeping” according to “the anti-Marie Kondo.” A segment about #Buttergate in Canada that’s not really about Buttergate afterall. And a browser extension that shows you what the internet would look like without Big Tech.

    • 15 min
    Wed. 02/24 - How Childhood Illness Can Shape Future Immune Response

    Wed. 02/24 - How Childhood Illness Can Shape Future Immune Response

    How the flu you had as a kid could shape your immune response to future flu viruses. A bunch of videos have been going viral showing snow not melting when held up against a flame, but it’s not a conspiracy. It’s science. And the first song produced using the audio recorded on Mars.

    • 15 min
    Tue. 02/23 - The History (and Erasure) of Black Brewers

    Tue. 02/23 - The History (and Erasure) of Black Brewers

    Beer culture is perceived as overwhelmingly white, but its history and its present is not. A historical look at the erasure of Black brewers. The impact of pandemic boredom on the economy. And a new app that will put David Attenborough in your living room to teach you about the prehistoric world.

    • 17 min
    Mon. 02/22 - Two-Way Dream Communication

    Mon. 02/22 - Two-Way Dream Communication

    Scientists have tapped deeper into the depths of our dreams by achieving two-way communication with lucid dreamers. Why were there so many serial killers between 1970 and 2000? And what stopped them? And space is getting more diverse in more ways than one.

    • 15 min
    Fri. 02/19 - Green Oranges, Pink Margarine, & Grey Salmon: A Brief History of Dyed Foods in the U.S.

    Fri. 02/19 - Green Oranges, Pink Margarine, & Grey Salmon: A Brief History of Dyed Foods in the U.S.

    A history of how the US government started deciding what color our food is allowed to be. Could lab-grown wood disrupt the lumber industry? And, The Muppet Show has been released from the Disney Vault.

    • 15 min

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