2 Girls 1 Podcast
Two actors who perform bizarre internet content on stage dive into the deepest web wormholes with fandoms, tech pioneers, and members of fringe online communities.
Alli Goldberg and Jen Jamula have hilarious and humanizing conversations with Bronies, top Reddit moderators, professional ticklers, video game archaeologists, dating app engineers, adult babies, cuddling specialists, vampires, Jedi, living dolls, and more.
Turns out, weird internet people are just like us.
Inside vore’s misunderstood, thriving fetish community
A conversation with a key genre moderator.
On Jun 14, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Live action role-playing’s quest for diversity in a male-dominated community
Chatting with Garden of Destinies LARP.
On May 24, 2021 by Matt Silverman
The Satanic Temple is about so much more than trolling the religious right
Inclusivity, justice, science, and fun!
On May 17, 2021 by Matt Silverman
How this speedrunner achieved the fastest ‘Super Mario Bros.’ time ever
Gotta go fast.
On May 3, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Inside the mind of Ken M, the internet’s legendary comments troll
The man. The myth. The legend.
On Apr 26, 2021 by Matt Silverman
The #FreeBritney movement is about more than just a pop star’s money
For the activists behind @FreeBritneyLA, the saga continues.
On Apr 12, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Why the creator of Nyan Cat could have made millions, but didn’t
Nyan Cat turns 10 and the rise of NFT art.
On Mar 29, 2021 by Matt Silverman
The silliness of The Doge might save us all in the end
Wow. Much value.
On Mar 22, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Thousands of TikTokers have nostalgia for a TV show that never existed
The most meta fandom of all time.
On Mar 15, 2021 by Matt Silverman
How ‘Blaseball’ superfans help create the game they love
Sports + Geeks = Blaseball Mania.
On Mar 8, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Consensus-based reality: How blockchain communities could change the world
Where's the tipping point for distributed currency?
On Mar 1, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Why disinformation spreads so quickly in online communities
People have bias. Algorithms have bias.
On Feb 22, 2021 by Matt Silverman
The_Donald: How Trump’s online fan community compromised our national security
A deep dive into a banned community that did not go quietly.
On Feb 15, 2021 by Matt Silverman
Before Reddit, 4chan, Twitter, and YouTube, there was Something Awful
If the internet makes you stupid, we don't want to be smart.
On Feb 1, 2021 by Matt Silverman