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#209: Fake Hairs and Faker Restaurants

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re finally getting used to 2018! We talk about Scott’s Expert-level gift-giving abilities; how a fake hair increased ad revenue on Instagram; Alison wonders why we have two different reactions when two different companies do, essentially, the same thing; and a daring attempt to make a restaurant that didn’t even exist the top-rated restaurant in London. All this, with a made-up word and more!

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#177: An Ever-Expanding Episode

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#168: Professional Mugs

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#153: Merry Frickin’ Christmas! or Whatever!

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#143: All Things Bright and Terrible

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#142: The Realtors On the Bus Have Really Fine Print

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#141: A Plethora of Petty Things

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#122: What Works Best

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we discuss people who have used social media in innovative, if not terrible, ways: 50 Cent mocks the disabled, SnapChat accidentally encourages speeding, roommate torture that costs pennies a day, and, finally, which social media platform is the next big thing.

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#113: All About Ads

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we look at the horrible, wonderful, and remarkably complicated world of online ads. Why are they necessary? How have marketers ruined online advertising? And what, if anything, would you be willing to pay for an ad-free experience?

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