About This Show
In Case You Missed It is a podcast from Gradient. Every week, Gradient’s team of writers and editors will catch you up on the most important stories from the week that was with the perspective only Gradient can bring. Whether it’s from the world of politics, pop culture, science, sex, tech, business, sports or really anything else, we’ll explore what it was and why it matters.
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036: Tulsa shootings, Facebook’s bad math, poisonous skittles and the 5-second rule
7 days ago
This week, Donald Trump Jr. compared refugees to poisonous skittles, Facebook came clean about how popular their videos actually are, Yahoo got hacked and the 5-second rule got debunked. Hosted by: Josh Babyar ... @joshbabyar Alyssa McNally ... @alyssaamcnally Chad Michael Snavely ... @chad_michael Tyler Huckabee ... @tylerhuckabee Connect with Gradient: Web ... Gradient.is Twitter ... @gradientdotis Facebook ... /gradientdotis Show Notes: Story Five: Two separate shootings of unarmed black man kept this nation’s most infuriating, tragic national narrative alive. http://grdnt.is/2cXEHNS Story Four: The five-second rule is done for good: http://grdnt.is/2cXE9ar Story Three: Yahoo got hacked this week, which begs the question: if you got hacked, how would you want to get hacked? http://grdnt.is/2cXXruK Story Two: Facebook’s reporting on how successful its videos are was just slightly off. Just slightly. http://grdnt.is/2cNCfIH Story One: Jeremy Courtney of Preemptive Love Coalition joins us to chat about what the refugee situation is really like: http://grdnt.is/2db12ZI