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Corridor Cast

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The official podcast of YouTube's Corridor Crew.
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Aaron Gekoski is an award-winning environmental photojournalist, filmmaker, and TV presenter specializing in human-animal conflict. In this episode, Clint sits down for an in-depth look at his travels, his work, and his passion for conservation. Check our Aaron's Work at https://www.aarongekoski.com
With new bans on flavored e-cigarettes and the California Legislature turning Uber drivers into Uber employees, the best way to handle real problems is at issue. Sam, Jake, Nick, and Director Wes "WuzGood" Armstrong discuss the benefits and burdens of dealing with industry-crossover companies like Uber, and Nick's personal experience with his brother owning a vape juice company.
Self-reflection is an important and necessary part of personal development. In this episode, Niko, Jake, Clint, and Daniel "D" Kim from Node discuss how the things they thought in High School actually turned out to be, Niko's baby, Clint's Mario Kart Fails, and other things they learned along the way. Enjoy an episode straight from the Corridor private reserve!
Thanks to Storyblocks for Sponsoring! Click ► https://www.storyblocks.com/corridorcast for Unlimited Stock Video & More! As the landscape of AI research continues to evolve, questions regarding creating life itself are asked. Also, the situation in Hong Kong is an important case-study of personal freedoms in the 21st century. In this episode, Sam, Niko, Jake & Wren discuss the above and also ask the most important question: what part of a computer is the lungs?    
Thanks to Storyblocks for Sponsoring! Click ► https://www.storyblocks.com/corridorcast for Unlimited Stock Video & More! As Deep Fakes evolve, personal AI assistants listen to everything we do, and personal-electric-vehicle transportation gets more and more valuable, much has changed. In this episode, Sam, Niko, Jake & Wren discuss all of the above, and, how in a completely new way, things are the same way as they've always been.
Check out Plugin Everything! http://bit.ly/PluginEverthing_AE_Plugins Our "Boston Dynamics" Robot Parody video brought up many questions regarding whether it was "fake".  In this episode, Sam, Niko, Wren, Clint, and Jake examine why this occurred, where content and deep fake technology is going next, the role of major social media sites, and the importance of critical thinking in the 2020's.  
Clint is joined by Mark Edward Harris, a renowned travel photographer and author whose assignments have taken him to 98 countries on six continents including North Korea, Iran, and Japan.  His work has appeared in world-wide publications such as Vanity Fair, LIFE, Time, The New York Times, and Newsweek, and his popular books "Inside Iran", "Inside North Korea", and "The Way of the Japanese Bath" offer incredible insights most people never come to know. 
After a month-long hiatus, the crew is back with a fresh slate of interesting topics for you to mull over with us.  Sam, Niko, Wren, and Jake discuss everything from an AI Superintelligence running a World-wide government, to NASA's new Moon strategy, to the intricacies of nuclear reactions and meltdowns.  A great episode!  Enjoy. 
Clint, Sam, Niko, and Jake sit down to talk about Article 13, Jussie Smollett, Rich People Buying Young Blood, Bodies found on Mt. Everest, and Moose Hunting on a Hovercraft.
The boys sit down to chat about Google's Project Stadia, a new Bill & Ted movie, the massive re-uploading of the Christchurch terrorist video, Oculus Rift S, Lilly Singh, liquid metal, and if Uber and Lyft have long-term sustainability.
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couh- couh

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Oct 29th
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DeluxeMC

Your podcasts are the best ive seen so far! Keep up the great work, I love listening to them while doing VFX.

Oct 10th
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Gabe Marsan

I'm super glad you guys brought up the vaping topic; by far the fairest coverage I've seen that actually touched on the actual facts of the situation and pushed back against the reactionism. Also, Jake, about the military bases in Japan. Their purpose is to be a reaction force in case anything big happens in Korea and to be a presence in the region to deter Chinese expansionism. Definitely different than their original purpose in 1945 but that's true for a lot of old bases.

Sep 15th
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Alexandar Miller

I'm listening this on Castbox right now

Aug 3rd
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Andrew Kennedy

kind of lost some respect for y'all after this one.

Jul 2nd
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R DeSpirito

An ai hegemony is surely a dystopian future, and I can only hope more people are like Jake and won't be apathetic and complaisant towards world power consolidated in ai tyranny.

May 25th
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couh- couh

in germany people think that YouTube will be baned

May 9th
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Mark E.

ugh...4 minutes in and I want to stab my ears.

Apr 9th
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Melvin Pena

Omg couldn't even make it to the 30min mark. These 3 are knuckle heads. The first thing they had to ask themselves is how can this law be abused and how does it impact this companies. They just focused on their side of the equation and ignored everything else.

Apr 3rd
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Courtney Downs

I went to high school with these guys :)

Apr 3rd
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Angus Muir

you guys should have mark rober on the podcast

Apr 1st
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Nibhan Raheem

the perspective these men have brought to my life, I can't ever repay them for that

Apr 1st
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Alex Bolton

Sam needs to stop with the analogies he always comes up with. They are a waste of time!

Mar 31st
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angel rosado

node is no more?!

Mar 26th
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Dioc de Burdeos

i will use this plataform just because the sponsor poggers

Mar 22nd
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Aphex Lynch

Even though this podcast hasn't been around for that long its just such an advanced podcast because of how experienced the corridor crew is. The quality of this podcast couldn't be better, the audio is excellent, the set is luxurious, and the conversations and guests are brilliant. I also want to add how much I like the bell that they ring each time they change their subject, its so simple yet extremely effective. Well done Corridor!

Jan 30th
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Ryan Hall

My favorite channel Corridor making a podcast for my road trips, yesss please!

Dec 13th
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Trevor Rowe

First, corridor crew prob my favorite channel on YouTube

Dec 11th
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