#305: Your Questions, Answered. Probably.
It's Like Hitting 'I'm Feeling Lucky' on Google and Actually Liking the Results
Podcast fans and creators alike should take note: PJ Vogt is back.
After a controversy-induced, self-imposed hiatus from podcasting, PJ Vogt experimented with Crypto Island at probably the best moment to have a podcast about Web3.
Now, he returns to your listening queue with Search Engine. The latest iteration of PJ’s podcasting effort is really the best part of Reply All – the part where he tries his hand at solving some of the most arcane mysteries of life and technology, all powered by the boundless curiosity of a seasoned internet sleuth.
Podcast creators should also take note of the intentionality of experimentation that PJ Vogt brings to the mix. This philosophy is mostly meta, with some of the brightest examples being his willingness to see his independent podcast evolve in premise (Web3’s slow death may have helped that along) and the desire to keep the podcast’s production small, on purpose.
Vogt goes into more detail about Search Engine’s creative process in his newsletter which compliments the podcast well and rounds out the template of running a small podcast and modern creator business.
Business endeavors of podcast creation aside, you’re probably here to have weird questions answered. The first question on the Search Engine docket is “Wait, should I not be drinking airline coffee?”, that is if you don’t count the pre-launch episode focused on answering “How sad are the monkeys in the zoo?”.
Search Engine rarely gets complicated. Its smallness provokes simplicity and, as a result, we get an earnest push into answering questions that seem as though they’ve been asked by a curious child with a strangely solid grasp of the modern world; or at least how technology and society intersect in it.
There’s no question too big or too small. Since we know Vogt has the chops to make sense of the obscure, you should probably just have a listen and share what you think.
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