The Fox Recommends
There is by far too much good content created for one person to be able to consume (and still have a functioning life). So I try to manage it so I only view, read or listen only to the best of the best. The list still is endless in all practical terms.
As I have some commute every day, I have time to listen to Podcasts. Here are some of my favorites.
CPG Grey and Brady Haran talk about YouTube, life, work, whatever. As an example for the "whatever" part, here is the description of the latest episode: "Brady and Grey discuss: weak sauce water, the uncertainty of the hotstopper pilgrimage, reliving Dinosaurs Attack! through the eyes of the young, should people be able to write, sportsball corner, placing bets, Réunion, and the night sky."
Both of them have great YouTube channels and podcasts, and I really enjoy the interaction between them.
CGP Grey and Myke Hurley are both independent content creators. Each episode, they get together to discuss their working lives.
This podcast talks a lot about productivity and means to that goal, while also going through many other secondary topics (Apple news, gear needed for podcasting, pens, mechanical keyboards and more).
One of the most interesting topics is the "Theme System" devised as a tool to guide one to his or hers aspirations.
Every Little Thing is a podcast that answers listeners questions and factual emergencies. These range from how did the Cha Cha became a thing, through who invented the pants and many fun and amazing facts about the flamingo.
The show is hosted by the pun loving great hostess Flora Lichtman.
Why are you still here? Go check their beginners guide.