Every Tuesday and Friday, tech journalist Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Kara and Scott discuss the Supreme Court cases that could change social media as we know it, and the recent disturbing investigations into parent-run accounts on Instagram. Also, Reddit is finally going public in the first major tech IPO of the year.... more
Kara and Scott weigh in on the Alabama Supreme Court embryo ruling, and what it means for the future of IVF. Then, the Senate moves closer to passing the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA), but will regulation actually happen? Also, how Nvidia's monster e... more
Kara and Scott joinWhere Should We Begin? with Esther Perel. Too often we can focus on troubles in our relationships and not what happens when the relationship goes right. This week, Esther explores the inner workings of a pivotal pair with podcast r... more
Always thought provoking whether I agree or disagree. Nuance exists here…
The hosts can’t seem to help themselves with the racist oral diarrhea. Multiple times every show they make overtly racist statements. They cover some topics not covered elsewhere, but it doesn’t balance out the nonstop racism.
A couple years ago, I enjoyed this pod. However, Scott is a sentient edible stating the obvious with the air of someone thoughtful. He’s a pseudo-conservative who believes in capitalist growth above all and never interacts on the podcasts with anyone who disagrees with him (he did once with a finance prof who shut down his claim all companies were doing well). Scott seems eager to claim successful people are so based on luck but not self aware enough to realize this in himself. This dude lied on... more
I’ve learned a lot of stuff from this show but have been disgusted lately especially with the coverage of Israel/Palestine. Scott has given some aggressive misinformation and given to context or facts to back up his pro-war opinions. He was repeatedly said that there is no comparison between the civil rights issues of black and brown people in America and Palestinians in Israel and Gaza and then gives no further explanation of why. This is just an example of how these hosts how seem so out of to... more
Kara and Scott are two highly intelligent people but to call this good content would be a lie. Twice in the past month or so, they’ve commented on topics that I’m very knowledgeable about. I’ve been studying these topics for years. It’s clear to me that they just read headlines or stories from major news outlets and then provide their commentary on the story that was written for selling and not for information. This is how propaganda is spread. They are literally spreading lies. This is just poo... more
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