Once again there’s so many things happening, but in this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast we simply must talk about Space Karen and his bizarre management style at his new $44 billion plaything, Twitter.Continue reading “The 9pm Assassination Coordinates”
There’s so much happening at once! In this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, it’s all the excitement of history being made — for 45 days.Continue reading “The 9pm Reinvention of All the Things in the UK, US, and Australia”
As the world, and in particular the UK, emerges from the period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, regular service is resumed — by which I mean the usual mix of the stupid and the bizarre.
[Update: This episode was edited on 25 September 2022 to reflect developments across the weekend in the Optus data breach story. If you’re after just that update, scroll in to 55m02s.]Continue reading “UPDATED: The 9pm Trickle-Down Containers of Hackers and Grief”
The winter series of The 9pm Edict continues with another very special guest, satirist Mark Humphries. We met up on Bastille Day. We retreated to an upstairs bar. This delightfully rambling conversation was the result.Continue reading “The 9pm Celebrity Superstar Experience on the River Kwai with Mark Humphries”
The autumn series of The 9pm Edict continues with special guest Greg Muller, a journalist who’s produced, among many things, the podcast documentary series Motherlode, It’s about the early computer hacking scene and the origin story of Julian Assange.Continue reading “The 9pm Hacker History and Looming Election Doomscape with Greg Muller”
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me yet again for another conversation about everything from journalism to turnips. In fact, journalism and turnips. Yes, it’s another episode of the Spring Series 2021.Continue reading “The 9pm Bludger’s Art of Lying with John Birmingham”