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We’ve got Sarah Lamdan on to talk about her new book Data Cartels: The Companies That Control and Monopolize Our Information! We talk about government contracting to third party da...

072 - F for Fake (1973)

Docudrama time! We’re watching F for Fake (1973), the world’s first breadtube essay. We discuss the nature of art, lies, forgeries, markets, and how bad editing is ableism.  Readin...

We’re talking with Beatrice Adler-Bolton from Death Panel and the author of Health Communism. We talk about accommodations, surplus populations, extraction, and communism.  https:/...

070 - Metadata Anarchy

We’re doing metadata anarchy this week. Come for the creative destruction, stay for the Reddit questions.  Readings https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/petr-kropotkin-on-order ...

We’re talking anime with Leslie from Fangs for the Memories! Click the link for a long list of all the anime we mentioned! https://twitter.com/FangsPodcast https://www.patreon.com/...

068 - Ransomware

This week Sadie is teaching Jay and Justin about cybersecurity. Phishing, bitcoin, CISA-lords, and more!  Readings https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/leading-library-se...

067 - American Animals

Movie time! We're watching the 2018 heist film American Animals, based on the real theft of rare books from Transylvania University's special collections. We talk about libraries a...

066 - The Manga Librarian

We’re talkin’ manga collections again! Ashley Hawkins comes on to talk about school libraries, manga collections, book challenges, and generally give us some reading recommendation...

This week we’re joined by Emily Knox! If you ever feel like books are conflated with ideas themselves, this is a good one to listen to. Why do books hold such power in a time where...

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