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22.03.

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02.01 0102 A special hour on the enthralling genre of true crime: 1) In Defense of True Crime 2) Gavel to Gavel 3) A Cinematic Release 4) Online Supersleuths 5) Chasing Ghosts 51:09
09.01 0109 The Attack on Charlie Hebdo, Reckoning with Free Speech, and More: 1) Charlie Hebdo's Raison D'Etre 2) "Monty Python But 50 Times As Rude" 3) On "Je Suis Charlie" 4) Aggregation and Ownership in the Digital Wild West 5) Regret the Error 2014 6) Futuristic Predictions That Came True in 2014 52:00
16.01 0116 Terror Reporting and Technological Paranoia: 1) The Ongoing Horrors of Boko Haram 2) Why Paris, But Not Baga? 3) Countering Radical Islam 4) Free Speech in France 5) A Paranoid Reflection Of Our Digital Age 54:22
23.01 0123 Japanese Captives, the diary of a Guantanamo Bay inmate, and more: 1) Guantanamo Diary 2) ISIS and the Japanese Captives 3) Debunking Conventional Wisdom 4) In Defense of Corporate Persons 5) The YouTube Governor 6) I Am a Real Person 52:52
30.01 0130 Naming the Shooter, the Law of the Internet, and More: 1) Don't Say His Name 2) The Myth Behind Defensive Gun Ownership 3) Security Journalism Isn't A Crime 4) Too Little, Too Late 5) Reporting Between the Lines in Egypt 6) "Ebola Doctor" Craig Spencer in a Media Maelstrom 57:11
05.02 0205 The Case for Boredom Meet our friends from down the hall. The podcast New Tech City about technology and human behavior has kicked off a fascinating project that anyone can join in on. And, we want you to know about it. This episode of New Tech City kicks off the Bored and Brilliant Project. The goal is to get you rethinking your relationship with technology and to start thinking more creatively by testing your tech habits in a series of challenges. Since the spread of smartphones began, boredom has become an endangered species. Spare moments where daydreaming used to manifest have become extra email checks or candies crushed. That might be a problem, because, as you will hear in the audio, boredom can in fact beget creativity. 16:48
06.02 0206 Threat Assessment: 1) ISIS Video Shocks Arab World 2) Horror With A Purpose 3) Thousands of Secret Torture Photos 4) On the Anti-Vax Non-troversy 5) Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, & the Prison of Belief 6) The Scientologists and the Film Critics 52:08
13.02 0213 Whistleblowers, the Legacy of Lynching, and Vintage Jon Stewart: 1) Word Watch: Whistleblower 2) The Legacy of Lynching 3) Black, White and Red All Over 4) Geeks Bearing Gifts 5) Before They Had Shows: Jon Stewart and Brooke Gladstone 6) Remembering David Carr, New York Times Media Critic 51:48
20.02 0220 Safe Words: 1) Islamoconsciousness 2) The History of a Fearful Word 3) After Chapel Hill Shooting, Calls of Bias from Middle East 4) The Semantics of Terrorism 5) Homegrown Terror 6) Far More Than Fifty 52:00
27.02 0227 Secure Connections: 1) Free And Open 2) What Radio Can Teach The Internet 3) Privacy For Ransom 4) Revolution Connections 52:52
06.03 0306 On the Rocks: 1) Hillary's Emails 2) The Damage Has Been Done 3) Sinful But Valuable 4) Internet Indoctrination 5) My Name Is Hollywood And I Have A Problem 6) 52:24
13.03 0313 Cashing in on Ferguson, That Letter to Iran, and Nihilism's Allure: 1) Cashing In On Ferguson 2) Treason, Stunt, or Idiocy? 3) In the Dust of This Planet 4) Staring Into the Abyss 52:15
20.03 0320 Confession and Suppression: 1) The Surveillance Stream 2) Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales Vs. NSA 3) Stephen Kim's Leak 4) Climate Ch... 5) Uncorrected Rumors 6) Is True Crime Jinxed? 52:42
27.03 0327 The Cancer Show: Part I: 1) A Brief Biography of Cancer 2) Perception vs. Reality 3) What Makes a Great Disease Story? 4) The War on Prevention 5) Speaking in Tongues 52:36
04.03 0403 The Cancer Show: Part 2: 1) Cancer Meets its Match 2) Cancer in the Movies 3) Hype and Hope: The #SaveJosh Story 4) Cancer and Comedy: Strange Bedfellows? 51:40
04.10 0410 Blame, Shame, or Deny?: 1) Rolling Stone's Fallout at UVA 2) The Unreported Story, Part 1: The Burden of Proof 3) The Unreported Story, Part 2: Bias or Blind Spot 4) The Guardian Takes A Stand 5) California's #DroughtShaming 6) Climate Feedback 7) The Denialist Mystique 50:46
17.04 0417 "Young, Charismatic, & Ambitious" 1) Covering the Longshots 2) I Hereby Dub Thee... 3) The Right to Record Police 4) The Sad Puppy Takeover 5) Washington's Nerds Go To Prom 6) Watchdogs In Tuxedos 51:59
24.04 0424 1) Dr. Oz, Narratives of Migration, and Cosmic Colors 2) "Young, Charismatic, & Ambitious" 3) Blame, Shame, or Deny? 4) The Cancer Show: Part 2 52:50
01.05 0501 Unseen & Inscrutable: 1) Baltimore's Feedback Loop 2) Who Oversees the Drone Program? 3) Shedding Light on Drones 4) A Sea of Black Ink 5) $pread, For and By Sex Workers 6) 8 Minutes 53:06
08.05 0508 After An Earthquake, Body Cams, and Veep: 1) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Tectonic Edition 2) The Seismologist's Dilemma 3) A Legal Blow To The NSA 4) The Police Body Cam Conundrum 5) A Conversation with Veep's Armando Iannucci 6) About That Texas Takeover... 51:58
15.05 0515 Seymour Hersh, NYC Nail Salons, and Ebola-Free Liberia: 1) Sy Hersh On His "Counter-Narrative" 2) Nagging Questions About the Bin Laden Raid 3) The Marketing of Muckraking 4) The End of Ebola in Liberia 5) Episodes 12 & 13: The End of the Road 51:56
22.05 05.22 If We Knew Then...: 1) Who Remembers the MOVE Bombing? 2) An NFL Rookie Leaves the Game 3) The Evolving Narrative of the NFL Concussion Debate 4) A Hopeful Study... Debunked 5) The Right to Repair Our Things 6) The Case for Allowing Offensive Trademarks 7) The Wrong Hypothetical Question 51:18
29.05 05.29 The Bill That Nobody Read: 1) Present at the Creation 2) What's in the Bill? 3) This Week's Showdown: Freedom Act Vs. Patriot Act 4) The Patriot Act, Encore 5) Surveillance Beyond the Patriot Act 6) The Patriot Act's Unintended Consequences 51:15
05.06 06.05 Checking The Books: 1) Counting the Uncounted 2) Word Watch: Officer-Involved Shooting 3) Racial Bias in Crime Reporting 4) Worse Than Nothing 5) Rap Lyric or Online Death Threat? 6) Librarians Vs. The Patriot Act 59:05
12.06 06.12 Codes of Conduct: 1) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Bearing Witness Edition 2) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Data Breach Edition 3) Behind the Code Curtain 4) Did Science Fiction Predict the Future of Journalism? 5) The Future of Storytelling Is Here 52:06
19.06 06.19 Foreign & Domestic: 1) A Hate Crime in Charleston 2) A Comedic Counternarrative 3) Animating Anti-Extremism 4) Drawing Politics 5) A Healthy Dose of Information 6) I'm Not A Scientist 52:00
26.06 06.26 Digital Dark Age: 1) Preventing a NASA Dark Age 2) Vint Cerf and Our Uncertain Digital Future 3) The Solar Flare Scenario 4) Surviving A Solar Flare 5) The Storage Potential of DNA 6) Margaret Atwood Writes for the Future 7) Operation Digital Data Rescue 51:37
03.07 07.03 Greeks, Dingoes, and Robots: 1) The (Perceived) Tragedy of Greece 2) The Story Behind "The Dingo Ate My Baby" 3) Behind the Myth of the Welfare Queen 4) The "Department of Jokes" 5) Robot Humor 6) Joking With Robots 53:00
10.07 07.10 Polls Are Stupid: 1) The Numbers Don't Lie, Except When They Do 2) 'Denial' and the Dominican Media 3) Putting Tips In The Internet's Guitar Case 4) Blocking Ad-Blockers 5) This Quack Don't Track 6) You're Being Manipulated by Reality TV (Music) 50:25
17.07 07.17 1) The Birth of #BlackLivesMatter 2) "Black Twitter" 3) Years of Talk in One Conversation 4) Reddit In Revolt 5) Oreo: A Comeback Story 58:55
24.07 07.24 Havana, Hacks, and Shame Attacks : 1) A Custody Battle That Shaped Diplomacy 2) Inventing Fidel Castro 3) What Can We Learn From Ashley Madison? 4) Jon Ronson And Public Shaming 52:52
0731 31.07 1) Flash-In-The-Pan Candidacies 2) A Skeptic's Guide to Health News and Diet Fads 3) Marvel's Anti-Capitalist Crusade 4) A Karate Comedy Goes From Kickstarter to Cannes 52:47
0807 07.08 1) In Defense of True Crime 2) Gavel to Gavel 3) A Cinematic Release 4) Online Supersleuths 5) Chasing Ghosts 52:33
0814 14.08 1) Roger Ailes Gets Trumped 2) Lessig's More (And He Might Run For President) 3) A 'Never-Ending Nightmare' in Ferguson 4) When A Journalist Becomes An "Unprivileged Belligerent" 5) 'We've Sort of Become Friends': The Original Tapes from David Foster Wallace's '96 Book Tour 52:25
0821 21.08 1) Flood of Lies 2) An American "Right To Be Forgotten?" 3) Fighting for the Future (With the Tools of the Past) 4) The Danger Of Reading The News 5) The Socrates of the NSA 6) Looking Backward On The Presidency of Donald Trump 52:25
0828 28.08 Broad Questions: 1) Who We Are and What We Could Be 2) Jorge Ramos Is a Real Journalist 3) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Stock Market Volatility Edition 4) The Fat Jew: Superstar or Supervillain? (Part 1) 5) The Fat Jew: Superstar or Supervillain? (Part 2) 6) The Little Pink Pill 51:24
0904 04.09 Open Closure: 1) The Bitter Advertising of the Iran Nuclear Deal 2) The Photo of Aylan Kurdi 3) Further Down the Ashley Madison Spiral (Pt. 1) 4) Further Down the Ashley Madison Spiral (Pt. 2) 5) The End of Sábado Gigante 6) The Man Behind Sábado Gigante's Don Francisco 51:43
0911 11.09 Enter and Return: 1) Refugees or Migrants? 2) A Deeper Understanding of Europe's Migration Crisis 3) Forgotten US History: The Mexican "Repatriations" of the 1930s 4) There Oughta Be A Law 5) The "Museumification" of 9/11 52:21
0918 18.09 Facts, Schmacts: 1) The Audacity of Moderation 2) Exxon's History of Climate Change Research 3) Exxon Responds to InsideClimate News 4) Debunking Migration Memes 5) At Vienna's Westbahnhof Station 6) Inevitable Resonance 52:22
0925 25.09 Pope-ular Opinion: 1) The Pope Is Not a Politician 2) "Those Who Reject Mainstream Climate Science" 3) Understanding Abortion Polling 4) Munchausen By Internet 5) Every Story Has A Twin 52:02
1002 02.10 The Cancer Show: 1) A Brief Biography of Cancer 2) Perception vs. Reality 3) What Makes a Great Disease Story? 4) The War on Prevention 5) Speaking in Tongues 50:37
1009 09.10 Bench Press: 1) Behind the Corinthian Columns 2) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: SCOTUS Edition 3) Plaintiff Shopping 4) The Other Greenhouse Effect 5) Our Justices, Our Selves 6) Cameras In The Court (feat. The Justices) 58:11
1016 16.10 Porn Politik : 1) "Who Won The Debate?" 2) Bernie Sanders and the Media 3) Gallup Quits the Horse Race 4) Safe Harbor No More 5) Playboy Covers Up 50:35
1023 23.10 Truth(ish) : 1) Biden His Time 2) A Benghazi Victim's Alter Ego 3) Drone Language Decoded 4) California Protects Online Privacy 5) Lockerbie, Revisited 6) The Truth Behind "Truth" 50:48
1030 30.10 Inside/Outside: 1) Marco Rubio: The Frontrunner in Third 2) Chicken or Egg? Media Pull Versus Push 3) Running As An 'Outsider': An American Tradition 4) "Ferguson Effect" Theory Falls Apart 5) "Spotlight" on Great Journalism 59.58
1106 06.11 Gotcha!: 1) Debate Demands 2) In Praise Of "Gotcha!" 3) Lessig's Less 4) Will Mobile Save Newspapers? 5) An Optimistic Look At The Newspaper Business 6) ESPN's Piano Man 7) Two Angry Men 59:11
1113 13.11 Feel This: 1) The Media Skirmish in Missouri Isn’t About the Media. It’s About Race 2) Virtual reality might change the way you see the world 3) We all cried when we saw this photo. Then we forgot 4) Want to know how Upworthy makes you feel things? Here's how 5) He doesn't just want you to click; he wants you to care. Meet the 'Carebot 6) Twitter Turned Its Star Into a Heart. :’-( 7) Is the Internet broken? Can we fix it? 8) This guy reads the New York Times over brunch. But probably not the way you do 49:54
1120 20.11 The Language of Terror: 1) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Terrorism Edition 2) What Does It Mean to Have 'Boots On The Ground'? 3) Why Paris, And Not Beirut? 4) Dabiq Magazine 5) Lessons Unlearned 51:25
1127 27.11 6 Months Later...: 1) Present At The Creation 2) What's in the Bill? 3) "Collect It All" Doesn't work 4) France's (Latest) Patriot Act 5) Surveillance Beyond the Patriot Act 6) The Patriot Act's Unintended Consequences 50:49
1204 04.12 Lies, Lies, Lies: 1) A Taxonomy of Political Lies 2) Our Lies, Our Selves 3) A Recent History of Political Lies 4) Politifact-Checking the Politicians 5) The Mechanism of Blind Belief 6) When Polls Obscure The Truth 7) Elitist Traitors vs Fascist Morons 52:30
1211 11.12 Take Responsibility: 1) So You've Got a Demagogue 2) "Vultures, Jackals, and Hyenas" 3) Dying Words 50:31
1218 18.12 Politically Correct: 1) On Political Correctness 2) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Election Polls Edition 3) Polling & Democracy: An Uneasy Relationship 4) "Landmark" or "Fraud"? 5) The Guardian Goes Positive 51:21
1225 25.12 To Your Health!: 1) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Health News Edition 2) Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Celebrity Expert Edition 3) What Does a Body Good? 4) Munchausen by Internet 5) Get Your Health Awareness! 52:19

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