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Rabbit Hole Reviews
As other people have stated in their reviews, the podcast started out interesting, for the first few episodes, then it lost its way. There are many ways to create a podcast - structure a single a story within and episode, a story arc over many episodes, etc. - this podcast needs to define what its arc is as well as its objective. Both are missing as of episode 5.
I’ve really enjoyed this podcast. I’m 33 years old and know nothing about the YouTube world but my 13 yo daughter sure does. It is very interesting to hear how the world is changing and to see how in some ways it is returning to a hateful place. My daughter knows who pue di pie is, of course I’ve never heard of him. I hope to see that he really understands his influence and that his jokes may be very real as opposed to jokes to young impressionistic people or maybe to those who are teetering on the line of hate towards others. Maybe it isn’t the best thing to joke about.
This started out interesting and has gone downhill with every episode. Also, its like really like annoying that like the reporters like say like like every third word in an interview. Why would the NYT hire people who cannot use the English language at a level beyond high school?
This is required listening to anyone who is worried and, frankly, puzzled by the diminished quality of public discourse, rise of conspiracy theories, relentless attacks and degradation of our institutions, undeniable failures of our political systems and public distrust. It blew my mind and gave me reason for hope from being able to follow one man’s journey down the rabbit hole. Find out for yourself.
Can’t get enough! This podcast is so so informative and really makes you think about the future of online content and how it will impacts our lives. Riveting!
New favourite. 👍
These guys get so much wrong while reporting on how wrong everyone else is. They are exactly the thing they are against. And Kevin’s insanely-dramatic voice is just awful.
This podcast is well researched and well made. It is with regret that I can’t listen to it any further. The New York Times has become somewhat a parody of itself, giving air time to any seemingly any person who has said something anti-Semitic. PewDiePie paid someone to write “death to Jews” and then uploaded that video. There is no reason to “hear his side of the story”. Please stop.
This is a great podcast! Very thought-provoking and presents a fair view of what is going on with mass information spread and internet culture. People are saying this podcast isn’t balanced, but they clearly aren’t thinking about what they’re listening to. The story is not about “YouTube needs to shut down misinformation and knows best.” The message is really about the shared responsibility of it all and where the solutions come from. It raises that question and presents information that makes you think about it more thoroughly. They do present the view that YouTube has a responsibility for not furthering misinformation, but they do also subtly encourage listeners to understand that you have to always be aware of what you are doing as an internet user. It’s a great way to understand how internet culture affects our everyday lives and how it easily ripples out to society. My main recommendation is that you listen to it thoughtfully, rather than going in with the idea that this podcast is going to answer the question of “who’s to blame for extremist content spreading on the internet?” It won’t answer that question because it can’t, but it gives great information as a PSA to its listeners about how they consume content.
My boy pewds is a gooood boi
This podcast is bad!! Pewds is a good person
As someone apart of the generation who grew into adulthood alongside the internet, this podcast is insightful. It’s well researched and presented. It’s engaging and I’d love to binge listen.
Great reporting, great production, great content. Well done.
If any of us were to have our peaceful lives suddenly shattered in front of us, we'd probably crawl into a fetal position. Chuck Norris doesn't roll that way. Chuck Norris yawns. Loudly.
I love it. I usually get easily distracted listening to podcasts, however I find this one really interesting for the topic but also how it’s made. I’d recommended to anyone familiar and unfamiliar with how the internet and AI work. GB
It’s a good story but the editing is too complicated and busy. It seems to think it’s much more clever than it is. Too many clips, voices, behind the scenes chat, music, sound effects. Very hard to listen to. GB
Found this really interesting and gave a lot of insight on an issue that I heard lots about but didn’t really understand. Especially at a time where all the news are saturated with talking about covid-19, this is really refreshing. GB
When deeds and words are in accord, the whole world is transformed.
Rabbit Hole Wiki
Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha (along with the hare and the pika). Oryctolagus cuniculus includes the European rabbit species and its descendants, the world's 305 breeds of domestic rabbit. Sylvilagus includes 13 wild rabbit species, among them the seven types of cottontail. The European rabbit, which has been introduced on every continent except Antarctica, is familiar throughout the world as a wild prey animal and as a domesticated form of livestock and pet. With its widespread effect on ecologies and cultures, the rabbit (or bunny) is, in many areas of the world, a part of daily life—as food, clothing, a companion, and as a source of artistic inspiration. Although once considered rodents, lagomorphs like rabbits have been placed in their own, separate family because of a number of traits their rodent cousins lack, like two extra incisors..