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99% Invisible

99% Invisible

Roman Mars
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A collaboration between public radio and the American Institute of Architects in San Francisco, the 99% Invisible podcast seeks to expose the unseen aspects of design and architecture. Often including interviews with experts, the show opens your eyes to things you might tend to overlook or take for granted, like outdoor staircases and commemorative plaques, calling your attention to all of the thought and choices that go into the aspects of our everyday lives we don’t pay enough attention to. Pro tip: this one is a great choice to listen to on a walk.

Best 99% Invisible Episodes

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    99% Invisible • Feb 12th ’20389- Whomst Among Us Has Let The Dogs Out
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    99% Invisible • Nov 11th ’20421- You've Got Enron Mail!
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    99% Invisible • May 28th ’19355- Depave Paradise
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    99% Invisible • Oct 6th ’20416- Exploring The 99% Invisible City
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    99% Invisible • Nov 5th ’19377- How To Pick A Pepper

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"Ahhhhhh I am so stoked for this episode!! "
"The downfall of Enron is a fascinating case study in and of itself, but I have never explored it from this angle before! If you're interested in AI, communications, and ethics, I recommend this super interesting episode detailing the impact of the exposed Enron emails and how they've shaped modern tech. "
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"I love how this podcast is able to be so expertly descriptive that they can run a design podcast and talk about really visual things in an audio format. This episode is a great example. "
"I have four copies this this book! It’s amazing! Got two copies to give as gifts and signed one for myself and the audio version on audible"
"Who would've thought Peppers will become the main headline of the two states and why is it causing so much trouble for both labor and machine automation. Find out with this immersive podcast. Another fantastic investigative journalism-type of podcast that everyone must listen."