Our Week In The Web: October 3, 2014

Context is important, and it's something we strive for here, on our air and in our web presence. It's also something that can be hard in the constant stream of social media feeds. When we post links to quotes and stories on our Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr accounts, we want your input and engagement. At a base level, sure, we want you to listen to our show through those links and hit "PLAY" on the web player. But we also want your opinions, and thoughts, and yes, your pushback. It's something we thought a lot about this week, off and on, and something we're writing here because this is the place where we acknowledge trends and habits online. We don't want to trick you or mix up quotes, and if we do, feel free to call us out on it.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (September 26, 2014 — October 1, 2014)

1. Peter Thiel Thinks We All Can Do Better (September 29, 2014)

2. Week In The News: AG Holder Resigns, UN Tackles Climate, ISIS Advances (September 26, 2014)

3. Aristotle And The Invention Of Science (September 29, 2014)

4. Auditing America's Police Force (September 30, 2014)

5. The Hard And Soft Rules Of Apple Cider (September 26, 2014)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"To say Aristotle was merely a stamp collector is a classic physicist insult." -- Armand Leroi

"Duluth isn't necessarily on these lists all the time." — Mayor Don Ness

"People desire to be free from labor, yet they they feel most satisfied when they're challenged." — Nicholas Carr

What would a 2014 American think of 2114? Well, what would a 1914 American think of today?" — Matt Barreto

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"When I met my husband, and found out he loved Prince, too, I knew we would work.' (Caller from Boston)

"i live in paradise but im not sharing!!!" (@LmrSabine)

"If Prince knocked at my door to talk about the Kingdom of Heaven, I'd let him in." (@JaradDewing)

"I wish I had the talent in Prince's toe nail! Love the way plays guitar!" (@Davejeddy)

"Proudly from Duluth and Madison. I'm a lucky gal!!!" (Marsha Kinzer)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This man in a pumpkin costume, going to town and getting spookily down. (YouTube)


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