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Been listening since the Twit cabin. At this point a lot of the conversations are political and their is not much diversity of thought among the guests and the hosts.
The conversations keep getting very close to anti Israel and antisemitism. They make it clear what they think but are not allowed to say. more
I gave it an honest try - weeks of on again off again listening. Leo’s constant chuckle combined with he and the guests slipping left wing political views into technology baffles me. Why would you ruin a great show for your politics?
Since my previous rating (below): Leo has gotten worse cutting off guests. This is a podcast about tech, not politics. more
Leo, when you can’t sleep at night, read a REAL book! All you need is a great, attention absorbing real-paper book, honest flash light with real batteries (or a battery-operated head lamp) and eyeglasses. I have been a longtime listener of your podcasts and am a few years older than you. When unable to sleep in the middle of the night, I read digital books or listen to podcasts with an AirPod, using the built-in podcast timer. If I had to digitally detox, I would defer to a good real detective s... more
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