Hardcore History

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History podcast

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Robleh JamaHunter@robjama · Product @Shopify prev.@Tiny Hearts acq'd
Currently listening to the Wrath of Khans. Are you listening to Hardcore History? What's you fav series?
erik martin@hueypriest · previously GM @reddit
@robjama I'm totally biased being a WW1 buff but his recent Blueprint for Armageddon is top notch.
Robleh JamaHunter@robjama · Product @Shopify prev.@Tiny Hearts acq'd
@hueypriest That's next on my list!
Yong Park@yongparkk · Product Manager @ Flow State Media
@hueypriest @robjama Looking forward to this. Blueprint for Armageddon sounds solid.
Mike Stenhouse@mikesten · Designer and programmer
@robjama Wrath of the Khans was my favourite too. I get genuinely excited when a new episode of his comes out though - on any subject. The level of detail is astonishing...
Nathan Bashaw@nbashaw · Head of Product at Gimlet Media
@mikesten @robjama blueprint for armageddon was amazing - listened to it a monthish ago
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
@timferriss has a great episode with him here - http://fourhourworkweek.com/2014... Carlin discusses the craft and his process.
Preet@preetnation · BlueLight, also enjoy QS and Parkour
@eriktorenberg @timferriss didn't know about this interview. awesome. I'm literally buying all his past episodes for an anniversary present (yes, my wife is cool like that)
Camille Ricketts@camillericketts · Head of Marketing, First Round Capital
I'm officially obsessed. Have listened to all of them and can't wait for the next batch to come out.
Ty Martin@tymrtn · Founder, Turf.ly
Love Hardcore History but I'm an even bigger fan of his political podcast called Common Sense https://itunes.apple.com/us/podc...
Ryan Detzel@ryandetzel · Engineer
Have some queued up for today, I'm thrilled that "podcasts" are becoming popular again but I think they need a new name as to not feel old and stale.