Blogger Paul Modrowski is in prison for a murder he claims that he didn't commit. This week, producer Sruthi Pinnamaneni looks at Paul's life before his conviction, and the crime that landed him behind bars.
On the Inside, Part I
For years, Paul Modrowski has been writing a blog from inside a maximum security prison. Only thing is, he was arrested when he was 18 and has never seen the internet. Sruthi Pinnamaneni reaches out to him with one small question that alters the course of her next year....
Email Debt Forgiveness Day is April 30th. It’s the day when people around the world will send the emails they’ve been putting off, without guilt and without consequence (hopefully). To observe the holiday, we talk to three people with plans to send delinquent messages.
Link to our Email Debt Forgiveness Day page....
Reporter Rukmini Callimachi is always looking for new ways to eavesdrop on ISIS operatives online. Recently, she got a new look into how ISIS members might be using the internet to coordinate their attacks. Plus, a new Yes, Yes, No....
This week, Alex stumbles upon the weirdest gifs ever made, and goes hunting for their creators. Also, a new Yes Yes No.
Check out our website, http://replyall.diamonds for links to some of the gifs discussed in this episode, or to hear the alternate 'jif' version.
And you can vote for us in the Webbys here!
This week, Alex tries to solve a problem and PJ insults him. Also the return of Email Debt Forgiveness Day.
If you’re thinking about sending an email, or if you receive an email for Email Debt Forgiveness day, tell us about it by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We might end up contacting you to appear on the show! Together, we can all make our inboxes less stressful for another year....
This week we learn the truth behind Carl Diggler, the internet's most successful election forecaster. And a special Yes Yes No featuring comedian/actor/podcaster Jason Mantzoukas.
Jason Mantzoukas' How Did This Get Made Podcast
Virgil on Twitter
Felix on Twitter
Columns by Carl Diggler
The Good Judgment Project
@SatelliteHigh's YesYesNo Tweet
@RoyCalbeck's YesYesNo Tweet
Ministry of Supply
There are parents in the US desperate for breast milk and others who have too much milk and end up pouring it down the sink. Reply All Producer Phia Bennin wades into the world of breast milk markets, and discovers a breast milk paradise, shady breastmilk scammers, and the surprising history of breast milk in the United States.
Our theme music is by the mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder.
Our ad music is by Build Buildings.
Anna's Website, Liquid Gold Concept
The rats are not what they seem. Also a new Yes Yes No.
Zardulu's Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Eric Yearwood's website.
Matt Little's website.
The Half Press tweet discussed on this week's Yes Yes No....
This week we have a story about a big group of people with the same questions. Difficult, complicated, heartbreaking ones. These people all have one thing in common — they’re Mormons. Reporter Karen Duffin tells their story....
Strangers keep coming to Mike and Christina’s house looking for their stolen cell phones. Nobody knows why. We travel to Atlanta to find out what’s going on, in our thorniest Super Tech Support yet.
Be sure to check out Kashmir Hill's story on Fusion....
Hi. We're off this week, but we have a little secret: We actually used to have another podcast about the internet for 38 episodes, called TLDR. So If you've already listened to all of Reply All, why not give TLDR a try? You can subscribe on iTunes or any other podcatcher, and here are links to some of our favorite episodes:
#10 100 Songs in a Day
#11 RIP Vile Rat
#14 The Knowledge
#4 The Unicorn
#29 Olivia Taters, Robot Teenager
#36 The Mystery of Childish Gambino
Thanks for listening, and see you next wee...
Every night, Catherine Russell puts on a wig, picks up a gun, and ignores her critics.
Singer/songwriter Matt Farley can be found on his website or on Spotify.
Our theme song is by the Mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder.
Our ad music is by Build Buildings.
Amy and Ryan Green’s one-year-old son is diagnosed with cancer and begins an agonizing period of treatment.
And then, one night in the hospital, Ryan has a strange epiphany: this whole terrible ordeal should be a video game....
Everybody has that one Facebook friend who just won't stop posting their political opinions. This week, we talk to one of those Facebook friends, someone whose opinions got her into an enormous mess.
(ALSO, be sure to check out the Radio Ambulante story this-a-way: http://radioambulante.org/audio/renunciaya)...
Yik Yak is an app that allows users to communicate anonymously with anyone within a 10-mile radius. In the first part of this week's show, we revisit a story we did in January, about how the app brought out a particularly vicious strain of racism at Colgate University. And in the second half of the show - The past month has seen a flood of similar stories at colleges like University of Missouri, Yale, and Georgetown. So we go beyond Colgate and talk to Jamil Smith of the Intersection podcast to try to unde...
A website for people who are way too high. Plus, could LSD unlock our better selves? Does PJ even have a better self? We investigate.
You can find Tripsit here: http://tripsit.me.
The floating orb lives here: http://madebyevan.com/webgl-water/....
Jamie Keiles is a writer who decided to photograph something that’s practically invisible. Her story plus a new Yes Yes No.
Read Jamie Keiles' article about Instagram here: https://medium.com/message/depressiongrams-7f22011d6113
Follow Jamie on Instagram here:
If you’re feeling depressed or want to talk to someone, here are some resources:
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1800-273-8255 (1800-273-TALK) http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
The Crisis Te...