Our Week In The Web: August 14, 2015

It might feel redundant to repost an earlier (and mostly unsuccessful) call for audience input on the way our site is built, but we're doing it! Last week, we wanted your thoughts on how our site is constructed — what you like, what you don't like and where we need improvement. We received a few helpful notes and comments (thanks to those of you who weighed in!), but we still want to know what you think. So tell us! We're in the process of a redesign — more to come on that — and your input is just as important as our analysis of your anonymized behavior on our site. So email us at OnPointNPR AT gmail DOT com, or let us know in the comments below, on Facebook, Tumblr and @OnPointRadio. And thanks!

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (August 7, 2015 — August 14, 2015)

1. Week In The News: GOP Presidential Debate, Malaysia Airlines Debris, Clean Power Plan (August 7, 2015)

2. The Jon Stewart Effect (August 7, 2015)

3. Planned Parenthood And Modern Reproductive Health (August 11, 2015)

4. Wanted: New American Teachers (August 11, 2015)

5. Race In America, From Watts To Ferguson And Beyond (August 10, 2015)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"Because I'm a bit older, in my late thirties, I'm not, as you would say, at the club as much as younger people, perhaps." — Samhita Mukhopadhyay

"In 30 years, whites will be a minority in this country. We have to fix our racial divide, we don't have a choice." — Farah Stockman

"Schools reflect all of the problems we have as a society — education, discrimination, inequality.' — Mari Koerner

"If everyone went crazy when they took spice, we would be fine. But they don't." — Eric Wish

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

"I hope some of the callers on today's episode of @OnPointRadio find love...maybe with fellow callers... ??" (@deanna_etc)

"What a dumb question. What does it mean for Turkey?" (John Hamilton)

"The spice must flow / sorry, obligatory Dune reference." (Scott Nicolson)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

There are two types of people in the world. People who have read this list of , and people who haven't. (Quartz)


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