Mike Duncan's Revolutions Podcast gives a broad overview of revolutions, the most recent is on The Mexican Revolution.
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Most people probably listen to a music streaming service to find new music. Looking for comparisons, I found this article from PC Magazine comparing Sirius XM Radio, Slacker Radio, Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, Google Play Music, iHeart Radio, and Pandora. I would have thought YouTube Music should also be on this … Continue reading How Do You Discover New Music?
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"For the third year, The Bello Collective is proud to share with you our list of 100 outstanding podcasts. The selections in this list were determined by The Bello Collective writers, editors, and friends, and appear in no particular order. For each show, we have highlighted either a favorite episode or series. If you want … Continue reading 100 Outstanding Podcasts of 2018 – Bello Collective
This AskReddit thread has over 16k comments. If you are looking for a new podcast to listen to, you're probably going to find something of interest in it. There are so many good podcasts, but let me put in a good word for Over The Edge on KPFA on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History.
The Long Now Foundation's monthly Seminars were started in 02003 to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking; to help nudge civilization toward our goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare. Long Now Seminars