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what podcast/speeches you listenting to?

What do architect's listen to? (not music thread)

 
Aug 7, 20 9:04 pm
Afriendlyguy

check out curry stone podcast on spottily, it's about humanitarian architecture

Aug 8, 20 1:28 am  · 
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Wood Guy

My friend Emily does this one: https://www.mottramarch.com/the-podcast. I'm an occasional guest; in fact we're recording one this afternoon. 

This one is not very active these days, but full of excellent info: https://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/blog/green-architects-lounge. (They will be our guests tonight on our Zoom show, which is like a podcast: https://www.thebsandbeershow.com/)

I like this one, tailored to owners (or aspiring owners) of small architecture firms: https://gablmedia.com/show/entrearchitect-podcast-with-mark-r-lepage/. (I was once a guest--skip that one!)

This one's good: https://www.lifeofanarchitect.com/. Check out the recent one with Eric Reinholdt. 

One more: https://positiveenergy.pro/building-science-podcast

Aug 27, 20 8:53 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

I'm finding it harder and harder to pay attention to architecture-related podcasts... even archinect's.  Perhaps it's because I only listen to podcasts in transit on my way into the office as opposed to during the work day.  That small window is best served with a healthy helping of Pearl Jam than that architecture stuff.

I do have 2 podcasts that I semi-regularly follow:

The Reality Check - Canada's weekly podcast that explores a wide range of controversies and curiosities using science and critical thinking.

The Skeptic's Guide to the Universe

edit: I still semi-regularly follow archinect's podcast but it can take me 3 day's worth of transit to finish one episode so the backlog ATM is high

Aug 27, 20 9:01 am  · 
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x-jla

Sean Carrolls Mindscape.  

Aug 28, 20 11:25 am  · 
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SneakyPete

Sounds awful

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x-jla

lol

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thatsthat

No architecture stuff. I listen because I enjoy a break and learning about/indulging in other things.

the dream (both seasons) - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/stitcher/the-dream 

Stay Tuned with Preet - https://cafe.com/stay-tuned-podcast/ 

The Dave Chang Show - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-ringer/the-dave-chang-show 

I've been looking for a pod about conspiracy theories that explains what the most recent ones are and their origins without the drink-the-koolaid tone, but haven't found one that fits the bill. I plan to try out NS's Reality Check. Any other recommendations are welcome.

Aug 28, 20 12:17 pm  · 
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https://archinect.com/arch-ellipsis/architecture-in-your-ears

Out of all the ones I "reviewed" in the blog years ago, I'm only listening to 99% Invisible today. Most of them have disappeared or just became too "meh" for the time I was spending listening to them (I'm looking at you Archispeak)

Bonus, you can pre-order Roman Mars and Kurt Kohlstedt's book coming in October, The 99% Invisible City.

Aug 28, 20 12:21 pm  · 
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thatsthat

I found the same with Archispeak. Some of the episodes were just too long for the topic. I did get some good advice from them early on about changing jobs!

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whistler

Rich Roll, Malcolm Gladwell, Michael Lewis, Dax Shepard, occasional Joe Rogan,  All depends on the guest.

Aug 28, 20 5:35 pm  · 
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x-jla

The best recent Rogan podcast was with David Choe. He’s an interesting guy.

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x-jla

And of course I had to smoke a joint and listen to Bob Lazar...

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whistler

The dude / bro factor can be a bit much with Rogan but I am impressed by the range of guest and topics he can talk about with a reasonable level of interest and understanding.

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DTL.DWG

I always thought people talking was annoying, it's a lot of effort and energy wasted that could be printed, but learning from my kids, no one really reads anymore, just guys like me - 30 seconds of text or 30 minutes of you talking....so

Lex Fridman and Acid Horizon (but mainly Lex, mainly his guests) 

and for you architects, my spirit animal (Joscha Bach), see intro (his dad was an architect in East Germany)

Ancient Sheds can suck it!

(thanks 'nectors, now that I noticed humans speaking, I'll check out all the podcasts, 42 years into living and just noticed people talking could be interesting).


on archinect podcasts, the glory days were edited or had a lot of input and/or participation by Amelia (just my opinion)

Aug 28, 20 10:55 pm  · 
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riko_rokin

Probably on the most potent episodes Lex has dropped. On par with his recent one with Dr. Sheldon.

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randomised

My GF likes This American Life, but she’s not an architect...

Aug 29, 20 4:21 pm  · 
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I listened to Nice White Parents over the weekend.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/23/podcasts/nice-white-parents-serial.html

Sep 1, 20 6:18 pm  · 
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x-jla

Sounds awful

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It wasn't

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riko_rokin

https://www.youtube.com/c/Eric...

The Portal w Eric Weinstein is invaluable. 

Sep 4, 20 10:09 pm  · 
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DTL.DWG

so wait you are Chinese?

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riko_rokin

no

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DTL.DWG

are you a troll?

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Helsinki

This is my favourite - some pretty amazing sets of episodes, like the 'Glass Paradise' ones. https://aboutbuildingsandcitie...


Sep 6, 20 1:34 pm  · 
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