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1. "Why Would I Lie To You?" with Becky Chicoine, Colin O'Brien, Alan Starzinski, and Michael Wolf

On this episode: The Pinterest Podcasterist’s Holiday special, a sale on Victorian toys, an elf gets jumped in and join’s Santa’s crew, Frank rebooks a cancelled flight, Nancy sings a song about our favorite holiday, Dr. Winslow’s patented Christmas Oil, a great new service that gets you out of all your obligations, Martin Scorsese’s Christmas movie, the Von Trapp family sings carols for their former neighbor, Nancy return with a song about our favorite wintertime character, a national recall announcement for Christmas Oil related ailments, and Frank runs into an asshole cop on Christmas Left Handed Radio is written and performed by Adam Bozarth, Matt Little, Anna Rubanova, and Brett White with our special guest performers Becky Chicoine, Colin O'Brien, Austin Rodrigues, Alan Starzinski, and Michael Wolf, with additional material by Achilles Stamatelaky and Colin O’Brien & Michael Wolf. Watch ‘PodToons,’ our original cartoon series on Above Average Network here: bit.ly/NjY0ko Original music by Dan Warren. Nancy's songs recorded and produced by Andrew MacLean www.LeftHandedRadio.com | lefthandedradio@gmail.com facebook.com/LeftHandedRadio | @LeftHandedRadio 413-547-1055

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2. Freakonomics Stephen Dubner on the 'Hidden Side of Podcasting'

Freakonomics Stephen Dubner on the 'Hidden Side of Podcasting'

In this conversation I talk to Stephen Dubner about why he started Freakonomics Radio, the growth of his podcast and how it allows him to stay in touch with his audience, the growth drivers for podcasting, as well as the "hidden side" of podcasting. This conversation is one of the many I am making available over the next week or two from the Podcast Project. If you'd like to learn more about this project, go to http://nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project for more details. And if you'd like to subscribe to future podcasts in this series and other areas we talk about here at the NextMarket podcast, subscribe using the following channels below: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: http://app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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3. #69: Man School's Caleb Bacon on podcasting and becoming a TV writer

#69: Man School's Caleb Bacon on podcasting and becoming a TV writer

This conversation is with podcaster and TV writer Caleb Bacon. Caleb and I talk about his time in Hollywood, how he worked up from the set of video assistant on the set of Deadwood to writing for Sullivan & Son, his start as a podcaster, the changing Hollywood landscape as well as his one line acting gig with Rebecca De Mornay. You can find Caleb's podcast on Soundcloud @manschool, online at www.manschoolshow.com and on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/man-school-w-caleb-bacon/id596163957 You can find more NextMarket podcasts on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 or www.nextmarket.co

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4. Live, From 2017 CES, Michael Wolf

Live, From 2017 CES, Michael Wolf

Live, From 2017 CES, Michael Wolf NOB Technology Power Hour Interview Series We’re joined today by Michael Wolf.  Mike is kind enough to catch up with us via his vantage point, live at 2017 CES.  Michael Wolf is writer, host of The Smart Home Show, The Smart Kitchen Show, proprietor of the Technology.FM web portal of like-minded technologists thespoon.tech, with daily analysis and reporting about the smart kitchen and the food tech revolution, including personalized nutrition.  Mike is also the founder of the annual event, The Smart Kitchen Summit (at smartkitchensummit.com) which, from the web site, “is the leading event dedicated to exploring the intersection of tech, food, design, and commerce in the connected kitchen." Mike is covering 2017 CES, live from Las Vegas, featuring the latest in consumer electronics, connected cars, sports tech and more from the gathering of companies tiny and gigantic, all showing their products, especially those in the Smart Home, Smart Kitchen space, and of particular interest to The Not Old Better audience.   Via SKYPE, as he navigates the massive crowds at CES 2017, live,  I want to welcome Michael Wolf to The Not Old Better Show.

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5. Chris Dixon talks venture investing, 3D printing, drones and more

Chris Dixon talks venture investing, 3D printing, drones and more

This conversation is with Chris Dixon, a well known venture capitalist, entrepreneur and blogger. The reason I caught up with Chris is he's an active investor in many of the spaces I have found interesting for the past year or two, including many maker-centric technologies such as 3D printing, drones and robotics. We talk about his backstory a bit, and then get into some of his investments, what areas he sees as interesting going forward and more. You can find out more about Chris at http://cdixon.org/ Find me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/michaelwolf or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Nextmarket To listen or subscribe to more NextMarket podcasts, simply do so using one of the following channels: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: www.stitcher.com/podcast/nextmarket?refid=stpr

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6. Extra Credit #14: I Was Adopted with Michael Wolf

Extra Credit #14: I Was Adopted with Michael Wolf

Michael Wolf was adopted and is pretty alright about it. Hosted by Caleb Bacon. Part of the Sideshow Network. (December 26, 2013) Check out the website: http://ManSchoolShow.com Call the voicemail: (323) 638-9626 Follow on Twitter: @CalebEatsBacon & @ManSchoolShow Save 30% on web services from GoDaddy.com with promo code MAN.

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7. This American Life's Ira Glass talks podcasting

This American Life's Ira Glass talks podcasting

In this conversation I talk to This American Life's Ira Glass. He shares his thoughts on the podcasting market and how he thinks it's changed during the last decade or so, as well as where it might go in the future. He also shares a few thoughts about what podcasts he listens to and who he thinks is the the real 'podfather'. This conversation is one of the many I am making available over the next week or two from the Podcast Project. If you'd like to learn more about this project, go to nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project for more details. And if you'd like to subscribe to future podcasts in this series and other areas we talk about here at the NextMarket podcast, subscribe using the following channels below: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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8. Episode 18 - Michael Wolf (Yoni's Father)

Episode 18 - Michael Wolf (Yoni's Father)

Episode 18 - Michael Wolf (Yoni's father). Yoni and his dad take some rare time out to connect one on one up at the folk's house. They discuss Michael's father, who came over from Latvia when he was 12. They talk about the roots of Michael's spirituality and career as a Messianic Rabbi, music, etc. Yoni asks if his father might have some insight into his many issues.

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9. #77: Jack Conte and Tom Merritt

#77: Jack Conte and Tom Merritt

It's a 2 for 1 episode! In our first segment, we talk with Jack Conte, the CEO of Patreon. Jack returns to the show to let us know how his patron-model crowdfunding business is going, as well as talks about how to balance the life of tech entrepreneur with working musician. In the second segment, I visit with Tom Merritt, long time journalist and tech podcaster who recently went independent. Tom talks about his last ten years in podcasting, utilizing Patreon to fund his new venture and how things are going with his new show. You can find Jack's company at www.patreon.com You can find out what Tom is up to at http://www.tommerritt.com/ You can find a channel to subscribe to the NextMarket podcast at: http://nextmarket.co/pages/podcast

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10. #64: David Pogue on leaving the New York Times, his new gig at Yahoo & what excites him in tech

#64: David Pogue on leaving the New York Times, his new gig at Yahoo & what excites him in tech

This conversation is with David Pogue, long-time consumer tech columnist for the New York Times who has just announced his move to Yahoo to start a new consumer tech site for the big web company. I caught up with David and asked him why he made the move, if his move is part of a larger trend of big named journalists jumping from traditional media properties to web-centric ones, and what technology excites him most over the next few years. You can find out more about David at www.davidpogue.com You can find more NextMarket podcasts at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 You can also find more podcasts and read about NextMarket at www.nextmarket.co

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11. A conversation with Welcome to Night Vale's Joseph Fink

A conversation with Welcome to Night Vale's Joseph Fink

This conversation is with Joseph Fink, the creator of Welcome to Night Vale, the podcast that has gone from a moderately successful creative effort of Joseph Fink and his partner Jeffrey Cranor to sitting atop the podcast rankings above such big names as This American Life, Radio Lab and others. I talk to Joseph about the story behind Welcome to Night Vale, how he conceived of the podcast, what his influences are, where he sees Welcome to Night Vale going in the future and much more. This podcast is one of many in my periodic series on the podcast market, which can be found here: http://nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project You can find Welcome to Night Vale on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/welcome-to-night-vale/id536258179 To listen or subscribe to more NextMarket podcasts, simply do so using one of the following channels: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: www.stitcher.com/podcast/nextmarket?refid=stpr

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12. Norm Pattiz, father of modern radio syndication, talks podcasts, courtside deals & the future

Norm Pattiz, father of modern radio syndication, talks podcasts, courtside deals & the future

Summary: As the founder of Westwood One, Norm Pattiz helped usher in the era of modern radio syndication. Now, he's trying to bring some of the knowledge and relationships he's developed over the past few decades to the podcast world. I talk to Norm about his new company, as well as how things have changed (and maybe not changed) since his days with Westwood One. We also talk about how his podcast advertising business, as well as his deals to bring new shows like Stone Cold Steve Austin's new podcast to market. This is one of the conversations I have made available for the Podcast Project. If you'd like to learn more about this project, go to http://nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project for more details. And if you'd like to subscribe to future podcasts in this series and other areas we talk about here at the NextMarket podcast, subscribe using the following channels below: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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13. Interview: How To Design a Connected Kitchen Product With Jon Mann

Interview: How To Design a Connected Kitchen Product With Jon Mann

In another special edition - we talk to Jon Mann of design firm Artefact about how to design a smart kitchen product and make life better at the same time. More Smart Kitchen Shows at: http://www.smartkitchensummit.com/show/

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14. Andrew Sullivan on the new Dish, leaky meters and staring into the soul of online media

Andrew Sullivan on the new Dish, leaky meters and staring into the soul of online media

After blogging for thirteen years, the last six of which were for big media, in January Andrew Sullivan and a few close associates decided to launch an independent media company. The decision to go independent wasn’t all that shocking since, after all, Sullivan had started his blog, The Daily Dish, as a personal endeavor while maintaining a day job at The New Republic. What was surprising was that they would ask readers to pay for content. Utilizing what Sullivan called a “leaky meter” model, where frequent visitors to the new Dish would be asked to pay $20 a year or more if they hit a certain amount of reads per month, Sullivan was gambling that his most loyal readers liked what he and his partners were writing enough to put some actual skin in the game, paying not only for the next twelve months of articles, but hopefully for the next year and the year after that as they attempted to build a sustainable media business. Two months and two thirds of the way towards his $900 thousand revenue goal, Sullivan was cautiously optimistic this week when I caught up with him. We talked about some of the lessons he’s learned, the decision process behind launching the company (and it’s business model), others which helped shape his thinking about new media business models, and what his biggest surprise has been so far. If you like this podcast, please subscribe using one of the following channels: iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj or Stitcher: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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15. 5by5's Dan Benjamin on being the 'NPR for geeks', what makes a good host & monetizing podcasts

5by5's Dan Benjamin on being the 'NPR for geeks', what makes a good host & monetizing podcasts

Summary: Some have called Dan Benjamin's 5by5 "NPR for geeks". Given the fast-growing podcast network's mix of shows that go deep and long into tech and geek culture - and do it very well - it's a pretty apt description. In this conversation, Dan and I talk about a number of topics, including: the state of the podcast market, 5by5's early days, how Dan manages being so involved with all aspects of 5by5, how he determines what type of role he should take as podcast host for each show, and we wrap up by Dan sharing some insights into the advertising and monetization of podcasts. This conversation is one of the many I am making available over the next week or two from the Podcast Project. If you'd like to learn more about this project, go to nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project for more details. And if you'd like to subscribe to future podcasts in this series and other areas we talk about here at the NextMarket podcast, subscribe using the following channels below: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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16. Scott Meyer of Basic Instructions talks webcomics, his new novel and Disneyworld

Scott Meyer of Basic Instructions talks webcomics, his new novel and Disneyworld

Summary: Scott is a former standup comedian who has been creating his very funny webcomic, 'Basic Instructions' (which can be found at http://basicinstructions.net) for over a decade, and recently published his first novel, 'Off to Be the Wizard'. Scott and I talk about his comic, getting discovered by Dilbert creator Scott Adams (and how the subsequent traffic swallowed his site for 48 hours), his novel, working at DisneyWorld and the sheer weirdness of Florida. If you enjoy this podcast, I'd encourage you to subscribe through one of the following channels, as well as visit the NextMarket site at http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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17. Pomplamoose's Jack Conte on his new patron funding platform, Patreon

Pomplamoose's Jack Conte on his new patron funding platform, Patreon

I've been a fan of Pomplamoose for a few years, both because the duo makes great music but also because they've been fairly innovative in the way in which they connect with their audience through the use of YouTube. So when I read yesterday that one half of the duo, Jack Conte, had launched a new funding platform in Patreon, I was curious to learn more. Patreon is a patron-based funding platform where anyone creating digital works can ask their followers or fans to give to them on a recurring basis. I talk to Jack about how Patreon differs from other funding platforms like Kickstarter, how he came up with the idea and where he sees it going in the future. I hope you enjoy our conversation. To check out Patreon, go to http://www.patreon.com/ To listen or subscribe to more NextMarket podcasts, simply do so using one of the following channels: Website: http://nextmarket.co iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 RSS: feeds.feedburner.com/soundcloud/JEcj Stitcher Radio: app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/32010/episodes

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18. #79: Introducing Technology.FM and Going on Shark Tank with Unikey's Phil Dumas

#79: Introducing Technology.FM and Going on Shark Tank with Unikey's Phil Dumas

Summary: Introducing Technology.FM and an interview with Phil Dumas, the first entrepreneur to get five offers on Shark Tank This week I do a little housekeeping, talking about a new tech podcast site I launched, www.technology.fm as well as talk about a new show called The Smart Home Show. In the second half of the podcast, I feature an interview with Phil Dumas, CEO of smart lock company Unikey. We talk about his appearance on Shark Tank, why his offer from Mark Cuban and Mr. Wonderful didn't get finalized, and the story behind his smart lock company Unikey. Check out Unikey at www.unikey.com Visit our new tech podcast site, where the NextMarket podcast will reside, at www.technology.fm

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19. From Zero To Two Billion: The Story of Buzzfeed's Tasty

From Zero To Two Billion: The Story of Buzzfeed's Tasty

Buzzfeed's Tasty started only a year ago, and in that time it's become the top video publisher in the world. Averaging around 2 billion video views per month, the site is changing the way people discover recipes and teach themselves to cook. In this show we talk with Tiffany Lo, who is the senior manager for Video at Tasty and Nifty at Buzzfeed. If you want to find more Smart Kitchen Shows, go to www.smartkitchensummit.com/show If you want to come to hear Tiffany and many other folks shaping the future of cooking, you can get 10% off of tickets for the Smart Kitchen Summit, which is on October 5th and 6th in Seattle - by using the coupon code PODCAST at www.smartkitchensummit.com

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20. A conversation with Marco Arment

A conversation with Marco Arment

This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he'd just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm You can find more NextMarket podcasts on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nextmarket/id579455690 You can also find more of my podcast project conversations here: http://nextmarket.co/pages/the-podcast-project

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