Our Week In The Web: February 5, 2016

Good news, friends! For months — nay, perhaps years — we've promised you that a new website was on the way, and that we also hoped to eventually create a newsletter. This week, we did both! The beta version of the ongoing resdeign of our parent station's website,, finally hit the world wide web, and our newsletter — featuring On Point's news analyst Jack Beatty's interpretations of the final days of New Hampshire Presidential Primary campaigning — is ready for you to subscribe. These are both works in progress and it's important for us to know how you feel about them. Does something not work on the site? Tell us about it! Are you looking for a different sort of content in our newsletter! Let us know! Our broadcasts, digital content and media delivery services are only useful if they meet your needs and interests, and we strive to work in that direction each and every day. So visit the beta site (full launch soon to come). And sign up for our newsletter!

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (January 29 — February 5)

1. Week In The News: Iowa Countdown, Zika Spreads, Oregon Standoff (January 29, 2016)

2. Election 2016: Iowa Caucus Results (February 2, 2016)

3. The Origins Of The Dog (January 29, 2016)

4. The Use – And Misuse – Of Presidential Debates (February 1, 2016)

5. The Power Of 'Presence' (February 4, 2016)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"Presence is not about winning — it’s a type of personal power, and that is infinite." — Amy Cuddy

"Inside everyone of us is Adolf Hitler and Jesus Christ. You’ve got to find the appropriate parts." — Richard Dreyfuss 

"New Hampshire voters love to give the finger to Iowa voters." — Molly Ball

"Listening to music is a very creative act. It teaches you about emotion, and life — it makes you become a better person." — Ben Ratliff

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

"So that was a Drake song not Lil Wayne... awk #pubradio moment." (@KRMQ)

"Really? a fat joke? stay classy, On Point." (Michael Eskin)

"I was listening to her today on NPR! I was driving so I couldn't strike a power pose." (Roberta Holland Dimitriou)

"This is the only thing about Twitter today. I'm turning off the Internet now." (@BetsyYates)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This earnest and dishonest vintage description of the Internet. (Vine)


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