Ep. 0183: The 5 Year Anniversary of the Dangerous History Podcast: A Soft Reboot
Media Type |
audio
Podknife Tags |
History
Society & Culture
Publication Date |
Jun 05, 2019
Episode Duration |
02:11:29
On June 5th, 2014, CJ published the first episode of the Dangerous History Podcast, and while it wasn't great, he kept plugging away at it, slowly getting better better and now, here we are, five years later, and not only has the Dangerous History Podcast survived endured, it's bigger better than ever!Join CJ as he discusses:
  • What he means by "soft reboot"
  • Some changes he's gone through personally since he started this podcast back in 2014 (including some relatively recent major positive changes)
  • Some of what he's learned in 5 years of Dangerous History podcastin, and how his approach to the DHP has both stayed consistent, and evolved in some aspects issues
  • New levels of support for the DHP on Patreon Subscribestar
  • Introduction of the Dangerous History Lyceum, and a description of the first course CJ plans to do as part of it: Rise of the American Empire
  • Some other things in the works for the foreseeable future, including a second show CJ plans to launch by the end of the summer: the Guerrilla Scholar-Warrior podcast
  • Finally, a rebroadcasting of Vintage DHP Episode #48: Introduction to Taoism the Scholar Warrior IdealCome meet CJ see him present at the 2019The
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