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Jul 20, 2019
Michel is an amazing writer and speaker. I noticed a strange dichotomy, when I tried to google his podcast to offer a comment and found it very difficult to find. Now I am not immune to the irony of posting a criticism of having trouble f
Jul 2, 2019
May 26, 2019
Highly thought provoking and extremely enjoyable. Like all books by Michael Lewis.
May 18, 2019
May 14, 2019
Bonus Live Episode: Michael Lewis and Malcolm Gladwell
Around the launch of Against the Rules, Michael spoke with his friend and co-producer, the author Malcolm Gladwell, at the 92Y in New York. Hear them talk about podcasting, referees, and the magic of “conversational delight.”
|May 21, 2019|
The Magic Shoebox
Where is a millisecond worth a million dollars? The New York Stock Exchange.
|May 14, 2019|
Baby Judge School
Judges now want us to know they’re human. But maybe we’d be better off if we didn’t know.
|May 07, 2019|
What kind of person makes a neutral referee? It’s not the kind of person you think.
|Apr 30, 2019|
The Hand of Leonardo
The authenticator ref absolves everyone of blame. And sometimes generates money out of thin air.
|Apr 23, 2019|
The Alex Kogan Experience
Everyone hates grammar and ethics cops. Until they need one.
|Apr 16, 2019|
The Seven Minute Rule
The government protects us from some dangerous products, but not from others that, over time, ruin countless lives.<br><br>Michael has started a Go Fund Me campaign to help Katie finally be free of her student loan burden. If you would like to contribute, visit <a href="https://www.gofundme.com/against-the-rules-fundraiser-for-katie-hyland">Katie's Go Fund Me</a>.
|Apr 09, 2019|
Ref, You Suck!
Rage at referees is all the rage in professional sports. Michael Lewis visits a replay center that’s trying to do the impossible: adjudicate fairness.
|Apr 02, 2019|
Introducing Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
Get ready for the launch of Michael Lewis's first podcast, where he takes listeners from student-loan call centers to the courts of Uzbekistan to the new trading hubs of Wall Street (in New Jersey). What happens when fairness can't be enforced?
|Mar 22, 2019|