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245: Not the Worst Thing You’ll Hear All Week

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In today’s episode, we’re making sounds… weird sounds. While doing that we talk about scooters in Detroit (and other places); what Weight Watchers and Dunkin’ Donuts have in common; and we get an insight from our resident bra expert. All this, and more!

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243: Emma’s Back Baby!

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In today’s episode, we’re EMMA’s BACK talking about the normal EMMA’s BACK marketing things like we do: why you can’t trust everything you see on Instagram; EMMA’s BACK; Amazon’s opening a brick and mortar store for the good stuff; EMMA’s BACK; and why speaking in public is important. All this and more because EMMA IS BACK!

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242: Oh, Uber… Really?

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In today’s episode, we’re going talking a LOT about Uber. Resignations, racial discrimination, up-sells, and live-streaming. Yeah… We also talk about the vest vending machine ever, and why you might want to leave that person eating alone in the restaurant alone. All this and more!

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240: Rusty Cobwebs

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We’re shaking off the rusty cobwebs from our vacation, and what do we find? Millennials are starving for content, ruining mayonnaise, suing for pizza, forcing Wal-Mart to compete with Netflix, and stealing vacation time! All of this and more… aren’t you glad we’re back?
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#238: Hanging On by a Kitestring

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We’re taking a little bit of time off this summer for family time, but we don’t want you, our loyal seven listeners, to miss out. So we’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes over the next few of weeks. This is a special rebroadcast of Episode 116 with special guest Chris Farias of Kitestring.


In this episode of the UnPodcast we welcome back our friend Chris Farias of Kitestring to join us in discussing the importance of design and visual branding, the pointlessness of designing by committee, the minefield of feedback, and how to use mispellings to flush out the jerks.

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235: The Sweet Sounds of Summer

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In today’s episode, we discuss cash flow and friends and family discounts, and why they don’t go together. Lots of insights and all of the sounds that go togather bather: mowing grass, dogs snoring and the UnPodcast… the sweet sounds of summer. All of this and more!
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234: Summer Business School

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In this episode we’re taking you to Summer Business School. We talk about the effects of fake science on water sales; Facebook is finally charging a fee… sort of; Apple’s new automatic 911 dialer; how ESPN used tech to troll iPhone users during the NBA finals; this just in… Millennials have ruined something else probably; and a made-up word so funny Scott could barely get through it. All this and more!

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233: International House of Podcasting

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In this episode we’re continuing our SummerFest, 2018! We talk about Velcro… wait not “velcro” but… we’re still confused; why Subway is ditching breakfast; how IHOP almost didn’t come close to breaking the Internet with a poorly thought out campaign; and why Amazon’s Last-Mile delivery service is expanding. All this and more from your International House of Podcasting!

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232: Mumble Podcasting

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In this episode we’re mumbling our way through a hodgepodge of stories. We talk about Samsung’s surprising oops; what’s going on with Whole Foods and bees; and how a 130-year-old magazine became incredibly relevant. All this and more!

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231: Killing Jobs

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In this episode we’re looking at jobs stuff. We discuss lemonade stand legal fees; why Buc-ee’s is our favorite gas station; what it means to be an employee with benefits; and why killing the job interview might be more important than you think. All this and more!

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