Our Week In The Web: February 6, 2015

Now, we recognize that it's entirely possible that you missed our call for email notifications last week. That being said, considering that we received a grand total of zero email-comment-related emails this week, we're going to go ahead and say that that comment forum is not one the lot of you are interested in pursuing moving forward. You're more than welcome to continue to email us your thoughts and comments — we encourage you to do so! — but note that we probably won't be able to read said emailed comments live on air during the broadcast. If we're wrong, and email is a forum you want to pursue for commenting, email us! But until such a time, we're sticking to the Facebook / Twitter / Disqus methods that have served us well up to this point. Also, the Pats won the Super Bowl.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (January 30, 2015 — February 6, 2015)

1. What 'American Sniper' Gets Right – And Wrong – About War (January 30, 2015)

2. Week In The News: Northeast Blizzard, Greek Shakeup, GOP Preps For 2016 (January 30, 2015)

3. Tough Times For The Golden Arches (February 3, 2015)

4. America's College Culture At A Crossroads (February 3, 2015)

5. Promise And Problems In Personalized Medicine (February 2, 2015)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"I hear these kinds of lines and think, 'Fix it Jesus, Fix it Beyoncé, let me get through it.'" — Michael Arceneaux

"I personally have my doubts as to whether vegetarians would care about McDonald's." — Jonathan Maze

"That's part of the huge appeal of soup: you can really personalize it." — Bridget Lancaster

"My patients want more than data. They want to get better." — Dr. Jim Evans

"I don't want to say if Franz Schubert would have liked Helene Fischer. It's too far." -- Ralf von Appen

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

"Tell me about it." (@RINPR)

"Hang in there till I rescue you next week when I come to answer phones for the Valentine's Day fundraiser." (Bilal Ozaslan)

" I know what I'll be doing tomorrow after listening to this podcast! I'm thinking cheesy broccoli & potato..." (Michael Craighead)

"It's not polite to point, on point." (Marcus Brock)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

Sure, we're biased. But this Boston Globe feature on our host's favorite TV shows was a great Friday read. [Boston Globe]


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