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"'A podcast about the internet' that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it." - The Guardian. Hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, from Gimlet.
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New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.This is the second part of a two-part series. For part one, listen to Episode #127 The Crime Machine, Part I. 
#127 The Crime Machine, Part I

#127 The Crime Machine, Part I

2019-08-1500:44:3612

New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.This is the first part of a two-part series. Be sure to follow this episode with Episode #128 The Crime Machine, Part II. 
#120 INVCEL

#120 INVCEL

2019-08-0800:25:2218

How a shy, queer Canadian woman accidentally invented one of the internet’s most toxic male communities.
#146 Summer Hotline

#146 Summer Hotline

2019-07-2500:50:5233

This week, PJ and Alex open up the phone lines and try to solve your problems, big and small.Read Joshua Rothman's story on printers here. 
#145 Louder

#145 Louder

2019-07-1100:33:1452

Carlos Maza started posting videos on YouTube, and ran afoul of a guy who reminded him of his high school bullies. He asked YouTube to intervene, and then things got extremely complicated.Further Reading:Carlos Maza's video series StrikethroughMark Bergen on how toxic videos became more common on YouTubeMegan Farokhmanesh's article about Google's LGBTQ employees and their reaction to the company's policy decisionsKevin Roose's "The Making of a YouTube Radical"
#144 Dark Pattern

#144 Dark Pattern

2019-06-2700:33:4866

This week, we discover an invisible maze, designed to trick millions of people out of their money.Justin Elliot’s TwitterPro Publica’s questionnaire for people who’ve worked at IntuitIntuit CEO’s video responseFind a Free File tax product on the IRS sitePro Publica’s reporting on Turbo TaxHere’s How TurboTax Just Tricked You Into Paying to File Your TaxesTurboTax Deliberately Hid Its Free File Page From Search EnginesTurboTax and H&R Block Saw Free Tax Filing as a Threat — and Gutted ItElizabeth Warren and Other Senators Call for Refunds and Investigations of TurboTax and H&R Block
#143 Permanent Record

#143 Permanent Record

2019-06-1300:54:1774

This week, the most humiliating, unfortunate and regrettable things on the internet that simply will not come down. Also: the father who scours the internet for lost memories.
#142 We Didn't Start The Fire

#142 We Didn't Start The Fire

2019-05-2300:48:1569

This week, an epic Yes Yes No spanning an entire galaxy of internet fights. Plus, Alex Goldman reveals a dark personal secret. And an update on Sal’s quest to get into college in Canada.See the tweet here. 
#41 What It Looks Like

#41 What It Looks Like

2019-05-0900:34:5219

Jamie Keiles is a writer who decided to photograph something that’s usually invisible. Plus, PJ discovers the secret code he’s accidentally been speaking, and learns about the people who created it.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) The Crisis Text Line 7 Cups of Tea (an anonymous, 24-hour chat with trained professionals) Depression Tribe (a site with blogs, forums, and news)   Further ReadingJamie Keiles on Instagram. Jamie Keiles on her depressiongrams.   Website of Jennie Livingston, Director of Paris is Burning#41 What It Looks Like originally aired on October 4, 2015 and #69 Disappeared aired on July 7, 2016.
This week, a flood of mysterious orders plague Domino’s Pizza stores across America. Who is Adam Pisces, and why is he ordering so many cokes?Domino's Responsible Disclosure to report any vulnerabilities on their app
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Comments (350)

Keith Reed

I just felt sad when this one ended.

Aug 11th
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Sawyer  Martinez

Keith Reed Me too :(

Aug 12th
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Caleb Omar Elizondo

28:45. Printers are not bad. Cheap printers are bad. If you’re gonna print in just black ink. Get an laser printer. I bought a brother printer for $99 like 5 years ago. Printer hundreds of documents and it’s still going strong. Inkjet has printers need to be regularly used or at least have a self clean setting for them not to get clogged up. Laser is the way to go for bulk printing and longevity.

Aug 8th
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Samuel Anderson

Caleb Omar Elizondo Ok, get it!

Aug 9th
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Russell Jones

My co-worker and I were just talking podcasts and he mentioned "99% Invisible" as a favourite. I told him how much I like it too but how I can only listen to it at home because it crashes my car stereo. He lost his sh*t and just about fell out of his chair! When he recovered he pointed me to this episode and I do indeed own a 2016 Mazda GT! I can't wait to listen to this episode on the drive home this evening!

Jul 31st
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Christopher

Russell Jones haha, that must be great!

Aug 1st
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Alex W

the whole family laughs like that!!! I love this!

Jul 30th
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Somnambulist_23

treerelaction gets a boost of listens thanks to this episode

Jul 28th
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Primo Russell

Somnambulist_23 good!

Jul 29th
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Glen Yamakawa

Gimlet is literally dialing it in now.

Jul 26th
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whiteinkpen

Wait- poor Alex wtf? Uh-Girl who slapped alex?!? that’s not cool at all. Signed- fellow alex

Jul 26th
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Achira

song gave me serious chills

Jul 26th
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Holls Balls

Awww I didn’t make it into the show :(

Jul 25th
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Owen Jenkins

Holls Balls :(

Jul 26th
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Ben Lariviere

Fuck Love is such a jam.

Jul 16th
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David Deutsch

How can HBO get your internet cut if they don't like the way you use your bandwidth, but Comcast will laugh at you if you tell them someone is using their internet to harass people?

Jul 16th
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Joanna Francis

David Deutsch good point!

Jul 17th
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Alexandra P

It's interesting that, on every podcast I listen to, whenever a conservative or alt-right personality is portrayed as anything but an outstanding citizen of light and virtue, there's a rash of comments from people who've never commented before saying, "I'm a loyal listener but this is biased trash how dare you!!!" Or, "why are you being political???? I'm a loyal listener who hates politics and I'm upset!!!" It's almost like they're so tiny and fragile that they spend all of their free time scouring the internet for quasi-negative mentions of their faves, and then recruit people to bomb the comments section in some sad attempt to defend the personality's honor. Imagine being so mindless, so lacking in actual meaningful interests that you'd go into a discord channel and take "marching orders" to brigade podcast comment sections.

Jul 13th
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Alexandra P

Thomas Franklin LOL

Jul 27th
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Alexandra P

John A Oh, there are certainly people who legitimately disagree, and there's room for legitimate disagreement on this topic (I think you make a valid point that's worth consideration). But the problem is twofold: one, the sudden rash of comments happens across podcasts and platforms; and two, it is a reality that people get sent to content that's critical of alt-right figures by discord channels (and 4chan posts, and reddit posts, and Gab...gabs? What's a Gab post even called?) in order to overwhelm and sway the conversation. My position is that this hinders the genuine exchange of ideas and that, therefore, attention should be called to it.

Jul 14th
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D N

his name was John Hokum and literally noone called him out on that?!

Jul 12th
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Siddhesh Hirlekar

Even though I like the balanced reporting on the Louder episode, i think it lacked to cover what Steven had to say same way at the end like Carlos maza got a chance. it only made a case for Carlos.

Jul 12th
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Martine Baruch

Siddhesh Hirlekar 10:13 - Reply all reached out to Steven but he was "unavailable for comment"

Jul 12th
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Alli Hockin

Siddhesh Hirlekar Well, they did say at the beginning that they tried reaching out to him. So, it's not like he didn't get a chance.

Jul 12th
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Em Gracias Cruz

I look forward to your show every week. This was just a cringey woke-fest. Such a shame, please don't get woke and ruin the show.

Jul 12th
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Zack R

Em Gracias Cruz Each subsequent episode seems to be more woke than the last. And I enjoy each new episode less than the last.

Jul 12th
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Thomas Franklin

we have right to be as "hateful" as we want. go ahead and try suppression or prohibition of thoughts\words HA see what it gets you

Jul 12th
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Collin Baker

Thomas Franklin You have a right to be as hateful as you want, but private companies also have the right to remove your content that they are hosting for free.

Jul 12th
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Messdnys

Did you seriously just say that the alt right loves Steven Crowder?? Jfc how out of touch can you possibly be? Couldn't even listen to the rest of the episode

Jul 11th
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John Lam

This was so one sided. I listened to Andy Ngo on JRE and he's a GAY Vietnamese center right journalist that got pelted with milkshakes , mace, and attacked by antifa to the point where he got brain hemorrhages. Carlos Maza downplayed and defended antifas actions and Crowder responded. I tune into reply all to listen to internet phenomenons and cool internet related stories. Not biased political bullshit. A majority of this episode was just an antifa sympathizer crying about why youtube won't ban Crowder and a brief lesson on youtube algorithim.

Jul 11th
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Soulless Engineer

Soulless Engineer With all that in mind, I was disappointed to hear a show I've always valued as intelligent and investigative jump to such one-sided support of Maza. This feels like the poor execution of a poor choice of topic for Reply All.

Aug 12th
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Soulless Engineer

John Lam Absolutely agreed. The incident involving Ngo was the most egregious by far, but Maza provides defense for ludicrous points of view in many of his videos. He's exactly the type of person I'm embarrassed to be associated with, both as a queer person and as someone who generally falls politically left of center. From what I've seen, Crowder often provided valid criticism of Maza's idiocy, but unfortunately that criticism was almost always buried in heaps of vile, prejudiced, simple-minded bigotry. Suffice it to say, I'm not a fan of either man, but I have to side against Maza on this issue. I don't doubt for a moment that Maza was harassed by Crowder's fans, but I have not been able to find a single instance of Crowder directly encouraging such behaviour. In fact, I've even come across a few instances of Crowder explicitly telling his audience not to pursue such acts. Meanwhile, I'm beyond certain that Crowder himself has received at least an equal measure of harassment from Maza's fans as a result of this very controversy. To hold either man responsible for the actions of their audience in this case is, to my mind, entirely unjust. Did Maza deserve the unkindness he received, both from Crowder and his fans? Of course not. Is YouTube a better place without Crowder on it? Yes, I believe so. Were Crowder's comments childish, inane, obnoxious, and spiteful? Without question, in a great many cases. Did those comments by Crowder constitute a legal definition of harassment? In my opinion, absolutely and unequivocally they did not.

Aug 12th
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obsidianhoax

it's harassment and bullying, not hate speech. Good episode, though listening to any political view makes me sick. Everyone is stupid and comedy is dead

Jul 11th
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Inna S

Great episode. YT's moderation is inconsistent and terrible.

Jul 11th
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