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50 minutes | Jun 14, 2017
#28 Crossover Episode
CROSS OVER! Episode 28 is actually an Everything Processed episode, the other podcast Lea hosts. Enjoy guest host Kelly Coxsyn and Felicia Burnett talk about Internet Dating! You can find Everything Processed on iTunes.
36 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
#27 Babes in Techland
My guest Becky Lang is a writer, journalist, and podcaster. She is also a strategist just like Lea. The two discuss what it is like to pursue our creative passions and our digital professions and talk about the evolution into our current roles.
38 minutes | Mar 14, 2017
#26 But Seriously, Care About Net Neutrality
My guest David Miller has been involved with Net Neutrality protection for years and helps breakdown the Internet’s impact on the music scene, how Net Neutrality affects small businesses and artists and the importance of educating yourself on this inevitable human rights issue.
55 minutes | Dec 28, 2016
#25 2016 Recrap
2016 has a bad reputation that has spread all over the Internet. In episode 25 former guest and all around internet guru Harold Burnett tries to help capture the mystery, triumphs and tragedies of 2016. This year is almost an un-recapable, even from the time we recorded to the time this airs so much has happened. So bit off a few things and discuss the rise and fall of celebrities, memes, politics and give a fond farewell to the people and platforms we will miss the most.
34 minutes | Nov 3, 2016
#24 A Vote for Pepe
In episode 24 the Negative Jam duet are together again, just in time to discuss the impact that memes have on the 2016 election. Chris Cloud helps break down how the accessibility of technology and creative tools have made memes a dominant form of communication. We also learn that he might be a little more shy on social media than he used to be...
32 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
I am excited to have on the show the Twin Cities best Tweeter, Gigi Berry. In this episode we dive into the impact the internet has on maintaining and growing work from home co-worker relationships, and how the internet impacts women in the workplace. We also discuss different and similar it is to meet new besties online.
32 minutes | Oct 6, 2016
#22 Social Media & Activism
20 year old artist Emma Eubanks discusses how social media helps her stay connected in her personal life and through her activism
39 minutes | Sep 22, 2016
#21 You're Mean
For episode 21 I am joined by long-time friend, writer and podcast host Courtney Algeo. The two of us discuss our past experiences with chatroulette and pre-online dating while we try to determine if the internet is making everybody mean
25 minutes | Sep 8, 2016
#20 Hi Mom!
Welcome to a new season of Lea and the Internet! This season brings you new guests, new thoughts, and new ways to look at the world we have created with the influence of the internet and technology. I am excited to kick off with a guest I have literally known forever, my mom! She has seen a lot of change over her lifetime however she illuminates that things might not be as different as we all might think…
40 minutes | Jun 29, 2016
#19 Portraying Reality
Our we letting our fears dictate how our physical reality is displayed in our virtual spaces? Guest host and VR artist Emily Eifler talks about the opportunities and pitfalls of representing our worlds online.
30 minutes | May 18, 2016
#18 Immersive Media
In episode 18 guest host Liat Berdugo helps dissect the impact of Virtual Reality and immersive media on our minds, hearts and bodies. The two of us discuss the concept of this proposed new medium and the unpredictability VR and the limitations of current reality.
40 minutes | May 4, 2016
#17 Internet. Period.
Episode 17 is deconstructing the idea that girls are made of sugar, spice and everything nice. Dana Bassett and I celebrate women’s bodily functions and the Internet. Listen and learn about our first periods, a woman who hides turds in her purse and the usefulness of moobs!
38 minutes | Apr 20, 2016
#16 Politics Online
In Episode 16, Longtime friend, writer, energy worker and political activist Kelly Morton and I talk about an obscure subject known as Politics. We discuss how social media has been a campaign game changer, and the future of open source polling and how bitcoin’s blockchain can change voting.
31 minutes | Apr 6, 2016
#15 I Can Haz Art Money Now?
In Episode 15, Performance Artists, Comedian and writer Kristina Wong discusses the impact that the internet has made on performance art, audience attention spans and how technology is yearning to replicate live human interaction. We also talk about the new ways in which artists have to hustle and shakedown friends to get exposure and dollars.
70 minutes | Mar 23, 2016
RERUN: #1 Morality, Conflict And Social Politics
Lea Devon Sorrentino and Harold Burnett examine how the Internet has fundamentally changed the way we view morality, conflict and discuss the impact of social media on politics.
48 minutes | Mar 9, 2016
#14 Progressive Technology?
Episode 14 features two amazing guests, Luna Malbrough and George Chen who are two creators of Eq uiTable an app that is correcting income inequality one meal at a time. The three hosts discuss the misconceptions of technologies role in developing a progressive society. They also might have been a little bit too invested in talking about Chris Rock’s 2014 movie Top Five.
47 minutes | Feb 24, 2016
#13 Art, Commerce and the Internet
Conceptual artists/designer/podcaster James T. Green and I discuss the greatness that is Vine and the need for more education around self-promotion. The two of us as new media artist also talk about the challenge of valuing art in a digital age, and how the romantic idea of the starving artist is getting old.
46 minutes | Feb 10, 2016
#12 Insight from Old Millennials
In episode 12 artists Stephanie Lie and Lea Devon Sorrentino talk about how the Internet has changed since its induction. They also discuss how the Internet's foundation is riddled with society's offline baggage.
50 minutes | Jan 27, 2016
#11 Behind the Scenes
The two of us question what is going to happen to our online communities as traditional media continues to exploit audiences and website obesity grows creating irreversible consequences.
50 minutes | Jan 13, 2016
#10 Reality = Virtual
There is a commonly held discussion happening about the adverse effects of social media on people's personal lives. The reign of perceived negativity is supposedly happening to unaware participants, and it is usually assumed that everyone engaging in these communities has limited or no agency within these new systems. In this episode graphic designer/artist and writer Nicole Killian helps dive into how originality, appropriate and participation on social media are breaking down the barriers between the virtual and real world and how the line between these two places has become blurred to completely erased.
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