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257: A Pretend Episode

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In today’s episode, we’re pretending… you know, because everyone else is. We talk about Popeye’s pretend emotional support chickens; Delta Bans support animals; Un-Sneakers might look a LOT like us, but they aren’t; Influencers on Instagram have pretend sponsorships; YoTube makes a pretend 2018 Rewind Video that does NOT go well. All this and more!

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256: Economy Murders

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In today’s episode, we’re discussing different ways people are taking advantage of how the economy works. The “Be My Eyes” app is a real thing and pretty amazing; one 7-Year-Old is crushing YouTube to the tune of $22M a year; Starkist is blaming Millennials for a 30-year drop in tuna sales; the economy is LITERALLY killing Millennials; and Burger King expertly trolls McDonalds to give people ¢1 whoppers. All this and more!

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#210: Trials and Tribulations

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re talking about the ups and downs of podcasting, entrepreneurship, and social influence. We talk about a nice letter we received via LinkedIn; the new Ear Buds podcasting documentary; we take a moment for our fans; Human Uber is now a thing; Amazon has a new autonomous grocery store; why streaming via Facebook Live can be illegal; using your social influence to poke the sleeping dragon; and YouTube’s new monetization rules. All this and a made-up word, too!

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#164: And the Winner Is…

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#163: A 100% Serious and Appropriate Episode

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#92: (Un)Equality in the Workplace

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about instances in the marketplace where men and women have been treated differently. Why are some men’s hairstyles banned in certain colleges? What was Dreamforce thinking when they put together that Women CEO panel? And, why it’s important to have at least one woman in place for quality control before you send out that direct mailer.

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