A Literal Marketplace of Ideas with Mike Elias of IdeaMarket.io
Mike Elias is a theorist and writer who recently founded IdeaMarket.io—a stock market for pricing public intellectuals.
My $5k Deal with Ben, China, Bitcoin, Christianity - Live Q&A
I discuss my deal with Ben to give him $5k if my Youtube subscribers double in next 3 months—and answer other audience questions.
On Outsider Teaching with Carl Jung Lecturer John David Ebert
I reflect on the courses I'm building with my newest lecturer, John David Ebert (whose Jung course is now open for enrollment).
Quirked Up Whodies with Barrett Avner
Barrett from the Contain podcast just moved to Austin too—we talk about quirked up shawties and normie bug ontology so don't listen if you only like my serious podcasts.
Revolt Against Wall Street with Day Trader Jacob
This week was one of the craziest weeks in the history of American finance. Jacob explains the whole story of how the Reddit community Wallstreetbets is tanking a prestigious Wall Street hedge fund.
Capitol Riots and Bitcoin Christianity
I discuss my recent move to Austin TX, chaos at the Capitol, and the parallels between Bitcoin and Christianity with Jacob (@cryptochamomile).
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Loosely reminiscent of other ‘intellectual dark web’ types, Justin takes the tools of his academic training and removes them from the institution of academia. The result is a fresh, critical, and bold podcast series with hot - but honest - takes on ethics, current events, and how to live an ‘other life’ on the internet.
Independent voice advocating for exit through the online door - IT’S GREAT! Justin is inspiring, fun, and so smart. I feel more optimistic about our future every time I listen to or read content from Justin.
As a boomer with a Sociology Phd who retains a residual interest in nascent social/cultural movements emerging off the radar, I have found this podcast indispensable. Justin scans this space, presents findings clearly and extracts the maximum content from guests who represent intellectual/economic/political counter cultures I could never identify. In addition, his academic credentials/experience/skills are apparent in both teaching mode and the analytical thinking out loud. Generally have the impression that I am witnessing a live hyper active intellectual inquiry by someone who is incapable of shading either his opinions or his goals. You can take it or leave it which is the point. Also, the recent course offerings have previewed exceptionally qualified instructors most of whom found themselves un-welcomed in academic institutions. In an era where being cast out of academe has become an attractive teaching credential, they are worth a look.