Hashtag Adulting: A news & culture podcast
By Ron Bronson
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In each episode, your host Ron Bronson recalls a curated journal of interesting stories from off the main front pages, arts, culture, business & the world at large. All aimed at keeping you one step ahead of your smartest friends.
||CleanThings Worth Reading (4 March 2017)||Here’s some things worth reading this week: Are the 2010s like the 1930s? (The Guardian) I’m intrigued reading about the Depression, because most first-world living people don’t have a real concept for a world with that kind of scarcity.||3/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe UX of online dating sites: Why You’re Meant To Fail||I’ve been trying to explain to friends for a while why the design of today’s online dating apps don’t work to find them the love they seek. Depending on what you’re looking for, online dating can open a wealth of opportunities and possibilities||2/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThings Worth Reading (25 February 2017)||Here’s the headlines: Bees can train each other to use tools (ArsTechnica) As an undergraduate, I took an insect biology class because I thought it’d be interesting. I didn’t retain much from those days, but bees and ants and their whole order fa||2/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThings Worth Reading (2/21/17)||Here are this week’s articles: How Albert Woodfox survived solitary (The New Yorker) Why WNBA players go abroad during their offseason. (The Undefeated) You’re about to see a big change to food sell-by dates (Washington Post) How tech campuses hinde||2/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThings Worth Reading (2/16/17)||Anyway, now let’s get to this week’s stories: Sleep-Deprived Judges Dole Our Harsher Punishments (Harvard Business) Turns out, justice is often dependent on a good night’s sleep from those exacting the punishments.||2/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThings Worth Reading (2/12/17)||Living with a parent most common young adult living arrangement (Pew) For the first time in modern history, more young adults in the U.S. are living with parents than any other living arrangement. Capturing James Baldwin’s Legacy on Screen (The New Yo||2/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanStuff Worth Reading (2/7/2017)||It’s the February 7th edition of “Stuff Worth Reading” on the #Adulting podcast. I’m your host, Ron Bronson. So in case you were under a rock for the last episode of the podcast, I announced a change to the format.||2/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|