Last updated 17-Feb-2023.
Audio & Video Production
The MxU Podcast. Professionals producing at the largest churches in the world talk about audio, video, and lighting, with an emphasis on audio.
Akimbo. Seth Godin dispenses practical wisdom and opinions on how to be impactful in a world that wants you to sit back and consume.
How To Take Over The World. Ben Wilson analyzes highly accomplished individuals throughout history, looking for applicable takeaways.
Old Gods of Appalachia. A supernatural horror anthology set deep in the Appalachian mountains.
Financial Independence Podcast. Wisdom from “The Mad Fientist” who has been living the FIRE life for years now.
RenMac. A short podcast reviewing hot-button issues driving major market moves with a special consideration of politics.
The Wolf Street Report. Wolf Richter takes the spin off of financial news by analyzing charts & graphs to see what’s actually going on in various market sectors.
The Jump. Shirley Manson chats with musicians about the song that gave that artist a career jump.
Signal Path. Folks from audio company Shure chat with artists about their latest projects.
Song Exploder. Artists chat with Hrishikesh Hirway to tell the inside story of how a song was created.
Ask NT Wright Anything. Anglican theologian NT Wright answers questions about the Bible and Christianity.
Good Faith. David French and Curtis Chang discuss issues of politics & the law as related to faith. Balanced & thoughtful discussions.
The Holy Post. Phil Vischer of Veggie Tales fame and author & pastor Skye Jethani discuss current affairs of interest to the evangelical church and interview special guests.
Rush. An audio devotional, and not a traditional podcast. An ethereal production best experienced when you can clear your mind of life’s cares.
Truth Over Tribe. The crew talks intelligently about cultural issues from a Christian perspective, steering clear of polarized inanity.
Apple Bits XL. Brian Tong covers Apple rumors, news and events, with an emphasis on hands-on product reviews.
The Art Of Network Engineering. Network nerds chat about the packet life. Swear-y and entertaining.
Breaking Down The Bytes. A podcast for folks getting started in their IT careers.
Built.FM. Digital product builders talk about their projects.
Chaos Lever. Emerging trends & new technology for the enterprise and beyond.
Eight or Sixteen. Mark Ellis is a personal favorite YouTuber who hosts this show. He & his co-host talk mostly about Apple tech. Insightful and delightfully blunt at times.
Exponent. Ben Thompson & James Allworth analyze complex cultural issues driven by technology & social media.
Full Stack Journey. IT pro and industry insider Scott Lowe talks emerging infrastructure tech and career trajectories with special guests.
Hashicast. Hashicorp employees pontificate about the state of the modern IT stack and how to manage it–with HashiTech, of course!
The Hedge. Russ White talks with the folks that build the Internet about current issues, network design, and more.
The Imposter Syndrome Network. Zoe Rose & Chris Grundemann interview IT professionals about their careers.
IPv6 Buzz. Three IPv6 experts discuss the technology to encourage adoption in enterprises & internet service providers.
Modulate Demodulate – The ModemCast. Networking experts pick an esoteric topic and chat about it with a deep specialist.
The Net. Networking industry insiders go deep on programming, ASICs, kernel development, SDN, and related network nerdery.
Network Automation Nerds. Published author and industry professional Eric Chou has focused technical discussions about network automation. Eric might be one of the nicest humans alive.
PING. APNIC folks discuss the latest research, experiments, and emerging trends to do with the Internet.
Podcast Insider. The team at the Blubrry podcast distribution network talk news and tips for podcasters.
SharkBytes. Some folks from the WireShark community talk packet sniffing and related nerdy networking topics.
Unsupervised Learning. Security expert Daniel Miessler shares opinions of enterprise tech headlines plus related nerdy topics, and occasionally reads his own essays.
Trail Running & Mountain Life
Billy Yang. Billy is a trail runner & film maker. I love everything I’ve seen of his. He doesn’t update his podcast often, but I’m here for it.
Chase The Summit – Trail Talk. Dave Dillon is a trail runner who loves wearable tech. He’s super personable and easy to listen to. He’s got a great YouTube channel, too.
Chasing Cutoffs. Trail running discussions for the non-elite athlete.
The Extramilest. Florist Gierman interviews folks from the world of running. He’s landed names as big as Kilian Jornet.
FKT. Heather “Anish” Anderson interviews folks who’ve set fastest known times on interesting routes.
The Freetrail Podcast with Dylan Bowman. Dylan knows the trail running world inside and out both as a competitor and commentator and has a steady stream of interesting guests. Freetrail is also a community of trail runners.
From The Backcountry. Will Peterson is a med school student who attempts crazy FKT routes in New Hampshire’s White Mountains when he can. He mostly interviews other folks committing acts of madness in the Whites.
Fuel For The Sole. Three trail runners chat about nutrition, hydration, diet, and supplements. I’ve learned a lot listening to this one.
Run The Whites. A sporadically updated podcast covering trail running and epic adventures in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Singletrack. Finn Melanson discusses trail & ultrarunning covering big races and interviewing interesting personalities.
Sounds Like A Search And Rescue. Hosts Mike & Stomp talk way too long each week about hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. There’s a special segment of SAR stories from all over reminding us all that stuff can get real out in the wilderness.
The Trailhead. From the folks at UltraSignup discuss a broad swath of trail topics.
Ultra Running Magazine. Interviews with all sorts of folks important to the world of ultrarunning.