A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: Sleepwalkers, AI, Andrew Yang, and Apollo 11

Show Notes

Segment #1: Sleepwalkers Podcast

Sleepwalkers podcast comes to the world of podcasting through iHeartRadio. Sleepwalkers takes a comprehensive, and at times chilling, look at the collision course AI is on with humanity. They explore the potential benefits of artificial intelligence and identify in stark terms some of the potential peril with technology merging so seamlessly into our lives.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep with a review on Sleepwalkers.

Segment #2: Podcasts We Are Currently Into

The Dude and the Bro come back for the second segment of the episode and each offer up something from the world of podcasting that has caught their attention this past week.

Tim suggests the new BBC World Service podcast titled 13 Minutes To The Moon, which chronicles the United States space program’s moon landing. This podcast series is out right in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic event.

Mike talks about the most recent episode of The Argument, which comes courtesy of the New York Times’ opinion team, and that episode featured democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang. The format of the interview was interesting with Ross Douthat, a staunch conservative, interviewing Yang and respectfully challenging him on certain positions.


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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: The Argument From The NY Times

The Argument From The New York Times

This episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show we share our thoughts and takes on The Argument from the New York Times. Ironically enough, doing a review of The Argument podcast leads us, A Dude And A Bro, to our very own argument about the show.

The Argument features three opinion columnists from the New York Times who take a constructive look at immediate hot button topics each episode from the world of politics and news.  

Co-hosts and columnists David Leonhardt, Michelle Goldberg, and Ross Douthat offer sharp insights into our country’s most pressing matters in a casual yet heady format.

Check out our review of The Argument and let us know who you are siding with in our own dust up this episode, Tim or Mike?

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Podcasts To Listen To: The Argument By The New York Times

Stuck In My Echo Chamber

I must acknowledge I typically stick to the same sources of news from the same outlet with the same rotating guests of talking heads and experts. I am aware of the lack of diversity in opinion I am seeking out on a daily basis and I am admittedly not so comfortable with dwelling in a left-leaning echo chamber.

I truly do value the opinions of others and want to stay open-minded in my quest to stay informed but I feel like seeking diversity in my news often leads me to political commentary so slanted and blindly entrenched in a camp, to the detriment of an open exchange of ideas, it becomes tough to even bear for a moment.

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