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Welcome to our third vacation episode. We’re talking about the best social media platform ever created, which is Vine, of course. It was like animated GIFs, but with sound. It changed everything. RIP in peace, Vine. Also this is the dog in the car Vi... more
We’re back with another vacation minisode. We’re talking about the dead platform to end all dead platforms. The one, the only Myspace. It’s responsible for more bad haircuts than another other website possibly. It also profoundly altered the way we t... more
Remember Periscope? It was a quirky little livestreaming app that either was or wasn’t part of Twitter depending on the day? There were hearts. There were riots. People streamed their fridges. It was a simpler time. We’re on vacation for the next few... more
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[In the voice of matt lorion who I assume you know if u cover crypto] bro what would you do if you were dead broke? First get out of your mom's basement and sell the clothes on your back to a pawn shop and one kidney to ms13. Then take that income and hit up nftsexsniper.eth. listen to this dope podcast while you do the grind of buying ape tokens and selling them to suckers who aren't you because your the first person in the world to hear this message. You'll hear these two sucks-to-be-poor lose... more
This is exactly what you think you would get from a podcast by two people who clearly spend way too much time engaging in, analyzing, and explaining social media. They find everything they do utterly fascinating and don’t seem to realize that humankind existed for quite a long time before they were born. Occasionally amusing and frequently tedious.
A little bit greasy, but once you get into it, it’s pretty crunchy and enjoyable. Best paired with a ginger beer.
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The Content Mines launched 2 years ago and published 115 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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