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"'A podcast about the internet' that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it." - The Guardian. Hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, from Gimlet.

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#96 The Secret Life of Alex Goldman


Alex agreed to let PJ hack his phone, giving him 24/7 uninterrupted surveillance over his life. This week, everything you can learn about someone who completely surrenders their privacy.
 

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#127 The Crime Machine, Part I


New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.
This is the first part of a two-part series. Be sure to follow this episode with Episode #128 The Crime Machine, Part II. 


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#128 The Crime Machine, Part II


New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.

This is the second part of a two-part series. For part one, listen to Episode #127 The Crime Machine, Part I. 


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#120 INVCEL


How a shy, queer Canadian woman accidentally invented one of the internet’s most toxic male communities.






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#146 Summer Hotline


This week, PJ and Alex open up the phone lines and try to solve your problems, big and small.


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#145 Louder


Carlos Maza started posting videos on YouTube, and ran afoul of a guy who reminded him of his high school bullies. He asked YouTube to intervene, and then things got extremely complicated.

Carlos Maza's video series Strikethrough
Mark Bergen on how toxic videos became more common on YouTube
Megan Farokhmanesh's article about Google's LGBTQ employees and their reaction to the company's policy decisions
Kevin Roose's "The Making of a YouTube Radical"







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 11 July 2019  35m
 
 

#144 Dark Pattern


This week, we discover an invisible maze, designed to trick millions of people out of their money...


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 27 June 2019  35m
 
 

#143 Permanent Record


This week, the most humiliating, unfortunate and regrettable things on the internet that simply will not come down. Also: the father who scours the internet for lost memories.


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 13 June 2019  57m
 
 

#142 We Didn't Start The Fire


This week, an epic Yes Yes No spanning an entire galaxy of internet fights. Plus, Alex Goldman reveals a dark personal secret. And an update on Sal’s quest to get into college in Canada.

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 23 May 2019  51m
 
 

#41 What It Looks Like


Jamie Keiles is a writer who decided to photograph something that’s usually invisible. Plus, PJ discovers the secret code he’s accidentally been speaking, and learns about the people who created it...


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 09 May 2019  37m