I just wish they were longer. From the very first episode, this podcast felt like that friend that you are always excited to see. One of those super interesting people who always has a new story to tell, and who tells it in such a way that ooh! wow, where did that hour go? and when you walk away you smile all the way back to your car, and in bed that night you wonder why your cheeks hurt. On a technical note, I think the mark of a well-produced podcast is that you never once think about how it sounds, and Jakob makes a well-produced podcast.
March 22, 2016 by dmblake on Apple Podcasts