1. Iain Walker says

    Uh, PZ, you’ve got an unclosed italics tag in this post,which is affecting the other posts on the main page.

  2. SC says

    That was good. I have a message for Mr. Grothe: Matt Nisbet is not the voice of the social sciences.

    I look forward to listening to the Austin Dacey one from 5-9 (linked to on the right). Sounds rather Kropotkinesque :).

  3. dogheaven says

    Dear PZ, I listened to you and your point about the focus group method results in bland fare (takes away the flavor) I so agree. I think centrist politics does the same thing. We need to have some clear thought and opinions and go for it, even if they offend some.

  4. Hez says

    Admit it PZ,
    D.J Grothe recorded the whole interview at once and just chopped it into two.


  5. J. D. Mack says

    For anyone who hasn’t listened to the Point of Inquiry podcast before – why haven’t you?! No, that’s not what I wanted to say. I wanted to say that on POI, DJ Grothe always asks the “devil’s advocate” questions, so much so that sometimes it’s hard to tell when he has a legitimate beef with the person he is interviewing. I actually like this approach, as it removes the personality of the interviewer from the equation.

    J. D.