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Hank is famous on the internet. Katherine does a wonderful job dealing with that. They are married and raising a child together. They want to talk seriously and also not-so-seriously about what's going on with them and in the news. But they also want to take a hard look at how the way they engage with social media impacts their lives, and how the way we all engage with social media impacts the world.

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Is “first!” a thing still? I’m excited to be first but more excited for anything Hank and Katherine do together which always makes me laugh or think about the world and people more critically. I think this will do both.

Anyway...first! Good luck Hank and Katherine! (Or as I prefer to think of them Katherine and Hank.)

Everything I never knew I wanted

I will admit, I love Hank and Katherine and so am incredibly biased. This podcast is them going through Hank's tweets of the week and commenting on them. Katherine is super witty and their banter is #relationshipgoals. It's a fun listen, but also speaks to the influence of cewebrities (a term Hank and John coined on their pod) on social media and how influential one person's tweets can be.

A solid listen, all around.

Genius, As Always

Hank and Katherine are an impossibly funny pair. This is so entertaining while also being helpful. Looking at the impact of our social media usage and limiting the amount we feed into the “rage cycle” (as Katherine puts it) has become increasingly important, especially for people with large online audiences.

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