In which I analyze the pitfalls of airplane trays. There are some. Trust me. Or don't. Whatever. It's just a podcast.
It's the second Your Daily Lex of 2016!
I just noticed I missed December 2015 all together. I mean, not as a human experiencer of time. But as a YDL podcaster.
Here's today's brand new episode!
A story of blood, pain, and air travel.
I never linked January's previous episode. It's the story of moving: #275 January 4, 2016: Moving Story
Between you, me, and this blog post, th is episode should never have been recorded. As you'll hear.
Not gonna lie. The title is maybe more exciting than the episode itself.
First off, we've already doubled October's YDL output, so we all have something we can be proud of.
Second off, this episode is largely about my nose. No nose-size pun intended.
Indeed it does, dear listener. Indeed it does.
I wore a tie yesterday. I'm a little conflicted about it.
I wrote a song for Jonathan Mann. He wrote a song based on that song. Also for Jonathan Mann. Will no one write a song for me?
Weeps; passes out
Sometimes, I write theme songs for other people's podcasts.
Chris is my colleague and hero. He's the Chief Content Officer at Midroll, and he and are both in Forth Worth, Texas at the Podcast Movement conference. So we podcasted together.
I went to Forth Worth. By plane. The experience of getting here was unpleasant. Also, it is hot.
Midroll CEO Adam Sachs joins me for an episode recorded in Earwolf's studios on the day our company was acquired by Scripps.
I review two movies. Guess which?
Kissing! And another episode of YDL! Two great tastes that taste great together.
A complaint about my foot and about my dog. My dog's feet I have no problem with.
I punched myself in the crotch. Good times.*
* Not for me.
I was written up in Entrepreneur Magazine. Mistakes were made!
This is an episode about a famous man who bought me a soda. Surprised?