Question and Answers: Volume 1

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For over two years and 850 episodes, I have been providing you with daily podcasts on a wide assortment of topics. 


Now, for the first time, I’m letting you take over the show by answering whatever questions you might have had about anything and everything, including Everything Everywhere.

Prepare to enjoy answers to questions provided by listeners of the show on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.


Everything Everywhere Daily is an Airwave Media Podcast. 

The executive producer is Darcy Adams.

The associate producers are Thor Thomsen and Peter Bennett.

Today’s review comes from listener Zack, from Gresham, Oregon on Apple Podcasts in the United States. They write:

Part of my morning routine

I have been part of the completionist club for the last few months. I wake up in the morning craving the podcast, and I’m never disappointed, even on reruns. My one suggestion is when referencing another podcast from before, can you please reference the episode number please? Your back catalog is large enough now that having a number to reference would be significantly easier if I wanted to go back and listen to the referenced work. Thanks for all of your hard work!

Thanks, Zack! While there are, in theory, episode numbers under the hood, I’ve never really used them because I didn’t want people to think that they had to listen in any particular order. 

That being said, if you want to find something from a past episode, there are a few ways to do it.

The easiest is just to visit my website, Everything-Everywhere.com. There I publish all of the scripts for all of my episodes. You can do a regular search on keywords to find what you are looking for, or you can just go to the main page with all of the episodes listed to just search on show titles. 

Another way would be to use an app called Fathom. They are a search engine for podcasts. They do a transcription of every episode of my show, and when you do a search, it will bring up an audio clip from that segment of the show where it was mentioned. 

All that being said, I will tell you what I will do from now on. When I reference a past episode, I will put a link to the web page for that episode right in the show notes. That way you won’t even have to search at all. 

Remember, if you leave a review or send me a boostagram, you too can have it read on the show. Also, if you want to ask a question for the next Q&A episode, make sure to join the Facebook Group. Just search for Everything Everywhere Daily or click on the link in the show notes.