“Hard Fork” is a show about the future that’s already here. Each week, journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore and make sense of the latest in the rapidly changing world of tech.
Elon’s Hidden Motives + A Meetup in the Metaverse
The $44 billion Twitter deal is back on the table — and Casey isn’t buying it. Kevin looks for friends in the Metaverse. And the “Hard Fork Transparency Report” debuts.
What’s a Hard Fork?
Hosts Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore stories from the wild frontier of tech.
What’s real? What’s hype? “Hard Fork” is here to help you make sense of it. Tune in on Friday, Oct. 7.
We Interrupt This Program
Stay tuned for “Hard Fork,” a new podcast from The New York Times that comes Friday, Oct. 7 to this feed.
If you’re looking for “Sway” with Kara Swisher, you can search for older episodes in any podcast app or at nytimes.com/sway.
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I subscribed to this feed because I wanted to listen to Sway. If I wanted to hear about other podcasts from NYT, I’d have been happy to hear about them as ads in episodes of Sway. This complete switch of feeds feels confusing, frustrating, and disingenuous. I mean no disrespect to the hosts of the new show, but I come here to listen to Kara Swisher, one of the best tech journalists of our time. I just don’t understand why this show couldn’t have started as its own feed and the Sway content left here.
Crypto bros hijacked Sway feed
It’s completely ridiculous that NYT simply hijacked the Sway podcast feed to force its listener base onto a new show about tech and Crypto, a substantially different topic than what Sway covers. All the old episodes are deleted and re-uploaded to a new Sway podcast, that no one is currently following, where none of my listening history migrates to. It’s unbelievable yet clear that NYT went out of their way and did lots of extra work to screw up their well-established show Sway.