#199: Stephen Dubner — The Art of Storytelling and Facing Malcolm Gladwell in a Fist Fight
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Stephen J. Dubner (@Freakonomics) returns to the show. He is an award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality. He is best-known for writing, along with the economist Steven D. Levitt, Freakonomics (2005), SuperFreakonomics†(2009), and Think Like a Freak (2014), which have sold more than five million copies in 35 languages. He is the creator of the top-ranked Freakonomics Radio podcast. His brand-new podcast, produced in collaboration with The New York Times, is Tell Me Something I Don’t Know It is equal parts game show, talk show, and brain-tease. I had a chance to experiment with this format as a “panelist” alongside Malcolm Gladwell. It’s a blast. In this episode, we cover such diverse topics as: Why cats wiggle their butts before they pounce How to grow a podcast If he thinks he could take Malcolm Gladwell in a fist fight Economics and the President’s actual influence over the economy How virtual reality might affect education And much, much more Please enjoy this round two with Stephen…