I'll come right out and say it: no podcast this weekend. Scott, Geoff, and Cyril are hard at work on new reviews, and even I have some secret projects to which I must attend. We're going to push episode 68 back one week so that we have more to discuss. Be sure to check your podcast feed next Sunday night, the 18th.
For those who are now facing a depressingly podcast-less Monday, might I suggest listening to This American Life? TAL is a weekly radio documentary show that is the inspiration for some of the story-telling-style episodes I've produced for our own podcast. I've never heard an episode of This American Life that wasn't riveting and worthwhile.
That's all I have. See you next week, and thanks for your patience.
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