My very own podcast. The first episode on Census is about three women who use facebook to talk about sex. Subscribe on iTunes or wherever podcasts can be subscribed to: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/census/id1165493062
MAYA'S facebook posts keep getting taken down because she's too controversial. She also speaks to her IRL experience with the Male Glaze.
KAY explains the nuances of fuckboyism and how if you don't think being a ho is a good thing, you're just behind.
AN ANONYMOUS PERSON makes a post from the hospital.
THEORY OF EVERYTHING
Instaserfs: a three part series about the "sharing economy" for Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything. In which I spend a month working exclusively for Lyft, Postmates, Instacart and several other apps and companies that are revolutionizing the service industry in a way that is great for the customers... but might not be as beneficial for the workers. A Radiotopia show.
Voted one of the Top 50 Podcasts of the year by The Atlantic. We're number 27. Also, I wrote an essay for this wonderful Canadian magazine that got shared a lot and Rebecca Solnit called it, "scathingly brilliant." Listen on iTunes.
In the sharing economy no one can hear you work. This is because companies like Uber, Lyft, Postmates and others only employ "partners" or independent contractors. So your host decided to partner with Andrew Callaway, a 25 year old San Francisco native, to find out what its like to work in the sharing economy. As the official ToE instapoder Andrew will drive, shop, clean, deliver, and serve for a whole month, and he’s going to record his entire experience. Plus in this episode technology journalist Sarah Lacey tells us the truth about Uber.
Instaserfs II: "Chipolte Strikes back" or "Seriously, in the sharing economy no one can hear you work" Either tagline works for our second installment in our future of work series. Andrew (our ToE instapoder) continues with his task of working for as many San Francisco sharing economy companies as he can stand this month. Plus Susie Cagle (cartoonist, journalist, and freelancer) explains why the tech community prefers not to talk about the worker.
"This is part of the sharing economy, I am sharing myself"
Our instaserfs series comes to a crushing conclusion, Hear Instapoder Andrew attempt to manserve... Plus we meet two former Uber drivers!
ToE instaserf Andrew Callaway gets invited to do a TED ALPHA Talk on the sharing economy. Mary Gray (a real sharing economy expert) explains why we are anxious about the future of work and Ignacio Uriarte leaves his cubicle to make post-office art.
An App Sends a Stranger To Say I Love You: a story about Miranda July's Somebody App, and a message I delivered through it. I was interviewed for the updated version of their first episode. ReplyAll is a Gimlet Media show.
Sam was at a bookstore when a man he’d never met stopped him to say “I love you.” The strange tale of how a woman in Washington DC who tells her ex in California that she loves him through stocky blond man who neither of them have ever met.
(This is a rebroadcast of our first episode, BUT WITH A NEW INTERVIEW. SO MAKE SURE YOU LISTEN TO THE NEW INTERVIEW. IT’S GOOD AND YOU’LL LIKE IT. SIGNED, PJ, WHO IS WRITING IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE ALEX ISN’T HERE TO TELL HIM NOT TO. )