From Ticketmaster shenanigans (and Taylor Swift) to TV Zombies to Black Friday software deals, this episode is perfect for Thanksgiving hangovers.
Come along on a journey from Pooh’s Corner to Brett’s rock collection as we spin the feelings wheel and fire up the random word generator. Also: nvUltra update!
Jeff and Christina are both out this week, so Brett brought on special guests Bryan Guffey and Quinn Pollock from the Technically Queer podcast. A deep dive into mental health and relationships, a bit of pop culture, and some great apps.
You kinda gotta talk about Kanye this week, right? Plus TV, music, and movies. Kind of a pop culture free for all, just for you.
Christina tells the epic tale of Taylor Swift, from the early days to the middle of the night.
Brett and Christina are, get this, tired. Brett because of mental health stuff, Christina because of a new Taylor Swift drop, but they pull it together to make one hell of an episode. Hang on to your butts. Mental Health, debating the…
Jeffrey is trying to make sense of a medical emergency. Brett experiences a paradigm shift in how he thinks about his bipolar diagnosis. Christina talks about the unique challenges of live broadcasts.
Video surfaces of Brett’s 1990s punk band Onward to Mayhem. Jeff gets soaked in mace, cuffed, and taken downtown for the crime of rock ‘n roll. Christina reveals an amazing coulda-woulda with a rising-star emo band. Brett has a new…
It’s episode 300! But not 300 episodes. We explain. Also, Brett visits Minneapolis, secrets of the public radio interview, and lots of complaining about expensive Apple gear. All aboard!
Rabbi Eric Linder joins Brett and Jeff to talk band names, frameworks of understanding, spiritual atheism, and some real good apps.
Christina is off this week. Jeff interviews Brett about why and how he builds the tools he builds.
Bryan Guffey returns to talk about therapy as a commodity, Brenden Fraser in a fat suit (and the ethics of fat suits in the first place), good doctors, and a bunch of random stuff in-between!
We all know that journaling can be so good for us. Why is it so hard? We talked about what works for us and why. Then Brett tells us about the resurrection of his tool Gather. Have you heard the Good News?
Is there any such thing as a neurotypical? Our intrepid hosts discuss. Conversation styles, quality of presence, plus finding a therapist, tracking GitHub stars, and how to build the ultimate Markdown editor.
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