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Brian does a fantastic job to summarize the day’s tech news in 15 minutes. This one goes to the top op my queue each day, without exception. Invaluable resource for technologists.
Bad use of host read ads. Way too many minutes of ads per episode. The ads are way too long and way too repeated. Seems like an good show otherwise. The host seems smart enough to negotiate a better way to present the ads than this. It’s not this individual show’s sole responsibility, but podcasts need to figure advertising out. I’m listening to fewer and fewer shows because the ads are so often so bad.
Now?The ‘Ride Home AI Fund’ episode has destroyed all credibility. The host is after money, not knowledge. A shame. Goodbye, Brian.
Absolutely love it. Best because Brian is not a jerk and communicate soo well!
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Techmeme Ride Home launched 6 years ago and published 1607 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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