It’s a MetaCast with Sam; a short episode that discusses the purpose, goals, and aim of the podcast, with a final call to action: Let us know how we’re doing!
Sam relates HDR Photography with the shifting of perspectives post-religion, and tries to tackle the beast of existential angst.
Devin reads a journal entry from his 12-year old self after a particularly upsetting day at church. Heck yes!
Sam talks about Social Anxiety and it’s role in the post-religious experience.
Listener mail from Ken Armstrong at The Marshall Project, who worked on An Unbelievable Story of Rape. Thanks Ken!
This episode was partially inspired by this episode of Developer Tea. And by those pantsers from Boy Scout Camp. You know who you are, Daniel.
Still a little tipsy from the last episode, Larissa leads the crew in a discussion about Critical Thinking – a basic overview of Philosophy, Rhetoric, Logic, and Logical Fallacies.
As promised in Episode 10, the crew gets together to taste-test some beer favorites! Devin hosts with a new game to enhance our feedback and mix things up.
This week the whole group gets together to discuss a recent episode of This American Life titled “The Anatomy of Doubt“.
An episode inspired by a time when the tables were turned, and Sam was the one who was judgmental and condescending.
Sometimes anger is good, even necessary – another essay by Sam.