If you like snowboarding, skiing or pretty much anything to do with the mountains i would recommend listening to the TGR podcast. There podcast very in time, some are 2 minuets while others are a hour. They interview pro snowboarders, skiers action sport photographers and even CEOs of companies in the snow industry to get there story on how they made it. Its a great listen and gives you lost of perspectives on the world because how much people in the snow industry travel. So if your into the outdoors especially the snowy out doors i would defiantly recommend it.
I listen to many different podcasts and my current obsession is Anna Faris Is Unqualified. It’s a weekly interview podcast. She interviews celebrities, directors and writers, and does it in a way that is pee your pants funny. The way she interviews is loose, a little crude and fun to listen to. If you have an hour I highly recommend you listen to this podcast, she will put a smile on your face for sure!
I don’t listen to podcasts a lot, but I’ll listen to The Tom Woods Show every so often. It’s a libertarian political podcast hosted by historian Thomas Woods. He works crazy hard on this podcast. He releases a podcast every week day, and if he misses one he’ll post a bonus episode on the weekend! He has a guest on almost every episode, which is impressive considering his output.
A little something I made for the SLCC Days of Love campaign:
Waze, an app founded in 2007 is a GPS app which seems to be giving Google maps and Apple maps a run for their money. Waze works as your standard navigation app with a social twist. Waze continues to gain popularity because of its crowd sourced traffic updates. While diving if you spot a road hazard, accident, police officer, or heavy traffic you can alert other users. Waze tailors to your routs the most efficient way possible and by dodging traffic and roadblocks gets you to your destination the quickest and most efficient way. If you want more information on the waze app check out this article.
Bill Burr has a great podcast, he’s definitely my favorite comic. He’ll usually riff on whats going on in his life, or recent news/events. He also has a segment in each podcast where he’ll read letters that people write to him & give them advise. It’s usually hilarious, with lots of swearing and anger involved.
^ERAfter watching Generation Like I feel the same way I do as before, A little shocked but at the same time a little indifferent. I don’t think it’s all bad as some people go out and try to make it. I also don’t think it’s as crazy as the older generation thinks it is.
It’s just what currently works for big companies to spread the word. Will it still work in 10 years? Maybe, who knows, I doubt it though. The times are changing. Just like college doesn’t grantee you a good job anymore, you just gotta go with what life gives ya.
If you can get a company to give you stuff for memeing out about their products than go for it, more power to you! With a free market you gotta do whatever it takes to make your business a success. and currently likes rule the world for that. Some realize what’s going on and ignore most of that stuff. Unfortunately young children are easily susceptible to being used to spread the word about random products. Eventually they’ll brighten up and realize they got got and stop falling for it. As long as companies don’t show or make people do bad things I think it’s fine.
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