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Radio Motherboard

By VICE

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Description

The future is wonderful, the future is terrifying. We should know, we live there. Whether it's on the ground or on the web, Motherboard is traveling the world to uncover the stories that will define what's coming next. New technologies, cultures, and discoveries are constantly reshaping this old planet of ours. And it's happening faster than ever before. Radio Motherboard is all of that, in a fast-paced, fun, and informative podcast.

Customer Reviews

No it is NOT good for you to Waste hours online! Pay attention to this world around you....

Too many people obsessed with screens is causing our society more harm than good. As grandma said, everything in MODERATION...

Grow up

I listened to the first podcast on right to fix and it was great. I liked the flow of the show and thought hey I'll check this out. Well, the very next one sounded like a bunch of kids sitting around a dorm room on a liberal campus whining about Trump and dropping "F" bombs every other word. How about stepping out of your safe space and creating a non political show. Unsubscribing ....

Production quality and zero editorial work hampers the show

With some editing and polish, this could be solid. It's not, though: it's meandering, uncritical, and fuzzy. Like, it sounds fuzzy.

Instead of mediocre 44 minute shows, give us polished, tightly-edited 19-minute shows. I'd listen to those.