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Monte Cristo: No Ordinary Man (part 4 of 6)
Â When we last left Edmond Dantes, he was sailing off into the sunset after rescuing one of the only friends he has left. Today's story begins 13 years later, after he's been transforming himself into the count of Monte Cristo, an enigmatic and ruthless nobleman who is heading to Paris to bring justice on the people who destroyed his life. Â Â -- Sponsors: KiwiCo creates super cool, hands-on projects for kids that make learning about science, technology, engineering, art, and math fun! To try them for free, go to http://kiwico.com/fictional Â Audible Originals: Get your first audiobook free and choose two titles from a curated list of Audible Originals when you try Audible for 30 days. Go to http://audible.com/fictional or text FICTIONAL to 500-500 Â Â -- Music: "Cylinder Eight" by Chris Zabriskie "Solemn Oath" by Podington Bear "Rapids" by Blue Dot Sessions "Little Door" by Podington Bear "There's Probably No Time" by Chris Zabriskie "John Stockton Slow Drag" by Chris Zabriskie "Topslides" by Blue Dot Sessions "Stellar's Jay" by Chad Crouch "Lemon and Melon" by Blue Dot Sessions Â
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Why do people think their phones are spying on them?
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State of Crypto With Coindesk's Brady Dale
Sometimes the bonus episodes are for getting news in areas that I might have missed or might not have made our show, but I still find interesting. This week I reached out to Brady Dale of Coindesk, because I know heâ€™s a listener and I knew he could give us some more background on Facebookâ€™s recent moves in crypto, but also some other crypto news we havenâ€™t gotten to and just the state of the crypto-space generally. Sponsors: LinkedIn.com/ride Tiny.website Subscribe to the Premium, Ad-Free Podcast Feed!