We are shifting emphasis in our podcasts–AI will be doing more Academic Interviews. Based on our SoundCloud metrics and listener feedback, there seems to be a strong demand for hard-core content. The people like bantz, but they seem to prefer succinctly-packaged information and analysis.
Some of the podcasts we have in the pipeline:
- Red Symphony (Vince and Greg): a little-known book, suggesting that communism may have had an ingenious, yet unstated, grand strategy.
- Politics and Society of Sweden (Sven and Greg). We intend to do a serious overview of Swedish society aimed at non-Swedes. “The Swedish Question” attracts intense interest all over Europe and the anglosphere, so there is plenty of room for expounding.
- More coverage of the perpetual crisis in Ukraine.
- Some seriously spergy material on anthropology. We will talk about Carlton Coon’s Races of Europe (Norm and Greg), the racial/evolutionary history of India (with Singh), and the mysteries of Tibet.
- Northrop Frye’s theory of literary modes (with Robert Johnson). What distinguishes myth from romance, tragedy, comedy and satire?
- Internet and meme-culture. Learn about the history of 4chan, 8chan; Gamergate; /pol/ harbor and more, with AI’s own Internet native, Vincent Law.
We will continue our award-winning “bro high-culture” series Red Dawn. But rather than producing podcasts primarily in the Red Dawn format, we are aiming to release two Academic Interviews for every Red Dawn.
If you have a request for a topic, drop Greg a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.