7 Things (Which Are Great Limited-Run Podcast Series You’ll Love) This Week [#112]

A weekly list of interesting things I found on the internet, posted on Sundays. Sometimes themed, often not.

1️⃣ 20 Macs for 2020. Stories about twenty Macs from Apple’s history books — some newer, some older — but all notable. With commentary from a myriad of pundits. This was an awesome project that spanned podcast episodes, articles, and YouTube features. [🎙️ Jason Snell // relay.fm]

2️⃣ Welcome to Macintosh. An indie podcast with more stories about Apple, or at least Apple-adjacent. With exquisite sound design, and more love and attention poured into the show than any large production podcast I’ve ever heard. It’s required listening for the modern Apple enthusiast. [🎙️ Mark Bramhill // macintosh.fm]

3️⃣ Blackout. QCODE makes super interesting podcasts. Actually, I hesitate to call them podcasts because I get more of an audiobook-meets-movie-quality-sound-design audio experiences. They tell a story, but the audio engineering helps the story come to life in your ears in a truly visceral way. Blackout explores what might the world devolve into if the power grid was cut. [🎙️ Scott Conroy // qcodemedia.com]

4️⃣ Talking to the Internet. I’m a sucker for the interview internet mini-celebrities about their origin story and other stuff on their mind” kind of show. This is one of the great ones. [🎙️ Cory Hixson // redcircle.com]

5️⃣ You Look Nice Today. Perhaps the granddaddy of the three white dudes bullshit on a podcast” trope. But, like, actually really good and funny with three internet rockstars IMHO. [🎙️ Merlin Mann, Scott Simpson & Adam Lisagor // youlooknicetoday.com]

6️⃣ All Consuming. One of my all-time favs. Ostensibly about trying and reviewing direct-to-consumer products, but I stuck around for the hilarious philosophizing by Noah and Adam. [🎙️ Noah Kalina & Adam Lisagor // allconsuming.show]

7️⃣ Enthusiast! Another Mark Bramhill production, this show is short 5-minute interviews with folks around the web about something that they’re really into. I so wish it was an ongoing project! [🎙️ Mark Bramhill // enthusiastpodcast.com]

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