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Cameron Armstrong@cameron
25 days ago

What do you consider nutritious in your content diet?

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25 days ago

positive inspiration mega tech which is unrelated to current reality is basically it otherwise maybe learned perspectives

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kenny@kenny
25 days ago

Hardcore History Has vastly expanded my knowledge and interest in historical events via easy to consume, extremely entertaining pods

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Britten Wolf@brittenwolf
25 days ago

Huberman Lab is great.

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Jayme Hoffman@jayme
25 days ago

YC youtube is good nutritious work content https://www.youtube.com/c/ycombinator

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Brent Fitzgerald@bf
25 days ago

Photos / videos of people I care about. Books I read with my kids. Instructional content.

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daniel@pcdkd
25 days ago

the less the better

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Jason Devlin@jason
25 days ago

Father Mike podcast

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Rakshita Philip@awkquarian
25 days ago

Substack, some YouTube channels and books. IG and any reel form content is absolute junk.

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Mac Budkowski@macbudkowski
25 days ago

Books in general

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Colin@colin-
24 days ago

Have pretty solid Quora/YouTube feeds for arm chair physics šŸ‘Œ

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Azeni@azeni
24 days ago

- A well balanced Substack subscription list - Daily skim through email newsletters - Pods: All-In, Huberman Lab, Lex, MoZ (new addition) - PG essays and talks

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Liang@liang
24 days ago

fc is like salad with tons of bacon

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maxpetretta.eth@maxpetretta
24 days ago

@perl gud content

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Rohit Kulshreshtha@rohit
24 days ago

Science: Ted-Ed: Great animations. Good content, but not super deep. Sabine Hossenfelder: Science "without the gobbledygook" PBS Eons - Natural History PBS SpaceTime - Deep discussions on Physics Veritasium - Great production value, very well explained science topics.

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Josh Linder @jcl
24 days ago

If you're looking to add something national defense oriented (US perspective) to your diet, I'd recommend http://strategypage.com/ Its not dry and jargony. It gives an insider's take and puts defense in the context of history.

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moreReese@morereese
24 days ago

Fiction, especially via audiobook

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Ahaan Raizada@ahaanraizada10
24 days ago

Living 4D with Paul Chek goes deep into all things holistic health, fitness, spirituality, relationships, sex, psychology, farming and more.

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Yash Karthik@yashkarthik
24 days ago

books and blogs mostly. real engineering, johhny harris, veritasium, yc youtube channels pods... don't listen that much.

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Vib@vib
24 days ago

philosophy and technical books.

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vincent@pixel
24 days ago

The no-content content.

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Cassie Heart@cassie
24 days ago

Iā€™m surprised to see nobody has recommended 3blue1brown yet

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Adrienne@adrienne
24 days ago

For the enterprise software space I will consume anything by IT Revolution https://itrevolution.com Other channels I find enriching: The Generalist, Not Boring, a16z, ark research

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Nar@nar
24 days ago

Mostly technical videos on YT but my favorite non-tech one is Kurzgesagt

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Rohit Kulshreshtha@rohit
24 days ago

Mathologer is nice too.

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didnt make it@novack
24 days ago

soundoff :)

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Shabbir@syk
24 days ago

eggs are nutritious and have become a content lately šŸ„²

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dcposch.eth@dcposch
24 days ago

palladium magazine

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Alex Loukissas@futureartist
24 days ago

Any new YT video from Wendover

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Matthew@matthew
24 days ago

This channel is helping me get more out of film & tv https://www.youtube.com/@ThomasFlight

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Michael Sullivan@michaelsullivan
24 days ago

NPR's Up First: 10-15 quick take on a few important things that happened around the world every morning. Mostly unbiased and mainly just shares the facts. More old-school BBC than CNN/FOX. The Indicator: Similar format as Up First, short snippets to get ELI5 econ info out to people.