Things I Found Online Podcast

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Summary

We are blending discourse with dictionary, as we take on the word "mansplain" What is its definition and country of origin? Can we use it in a sentence?! How did the term go mainstream? And what part did the internet play? We are joined by linguist Caitlin O'Connell from LinguaBishes.com and we've added jet setting photographer Greg Schell to the mix because It will take a man to explain why this term sticks in the craw of the manosphere. Plus, Quora is brimming with meaty morsels of mansplanation.

Show Notes

We are blending discourse with dictionary, as we take on the word "mansplain" - what is its definition and country of origin? Can we use it in a sentence?! How did this term go mainstream? And what part did the internet play? We are joined by linguist Caitlin O'Connell from LinguaBishes.com and we add jet setting photographer Gregory Schell to the mix because It will take a man to explain why this term sticks in the craw of the manosphere. Plus, Quora is brimming with meaty morsels of mansplanation. We turn to Bustle for our Top One List and What’s Twitter Trending is #BeatlesSongsforMillennials.

What is Things I Found Online Podcast?

Premiere Radio Networks Founder Louise Palanker joins a panel of comedians to look at the ways in which we each look at the internet and the feedback loop that’s informing how we think and live. Regulars include Jamie Alcroft and Danny Mann.