Jacob tells us two stories from deep in the dankest and strangest corners of the internet. A hoarder cooks horrific meals on YouTube, a Soundcloud rapper meltsdown into becoming a mediocre Facebook poster. If you want to subject yourself to Masaokis on YouTube, you can find his videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYBsPv_BtOE If you want to read Masaokis' political incestuous erotica, you can find that here: http://masaohf.atspace.com/?fbclid=IwAR1w_uKpYDYQU6EyF4bMOYSg_7YClhexBwEA5Vwoa5_mCgVdPWQoLXF199w
Carter interviews Sergio and Oli Zaciu, two filmmakers from Los Angeles. Sergio traces the life of a Facebook dog and Oli tries to make sense of a long lost friend who seems to have had some severe ups and downs.
The very funny and very insightful hosts of Minion Death Cult come on to talk causally racist Facebook aunts and skateboarding landlords. They also go deep into their theories as to why so many people post in the angry, incoherent ways that they do online. You can check out Minion Death Cult here: https://miniondeathcult.libsyn.com/ Follow Alex on Twitter: @flieldy Follow Tony on Twitter: @wordisbond Follow Carter on Twitter: @CarterDMoon Follow Vaguebooking on Twitter: @VaguebookingP
Carter is joined by Noah from the antifascist black metal band Neckbeard Deathcamp. Noah shares their experiences of being extremely online and instigating confrontations with Nazis both on and offline. You can follow Neckbeard Deathcamp as they wage online war against basement dwelling fascists on Twitter @NDeathcamp If you want to read more about the antifascist black metal movement, check out this article: https://proteanmag.com/2019/07/21/black-metal-for-the-oppressed/
Carter is joined by his good friend Thomas to discuss two of the more fascinating characters from Thomas' hometown of Torrance, CA. They discuss what living the dream as a retired chemistry teacher looks like in 2019, as well as the latest innovations in the pizza industry. Thomas is the editor-in-chief of Merry-Go-Round Magazine, which you can find on Facebook or on Twitter @mgrmagazine. Our episode art is by the Twitter account @youtubeartifact
In our debut episode, Carter talks to his friend Lauren Chouinard, who tells him about the weird, semi-internet-famous white supremacist from her hometown, as well as what it feels like to attempt to be radically authentic online. Our artwork for each episode is generated by the Twitter account @youtubeartifact You can follow the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @vaguebookingpod
Vaguebooking is a podcast about social media in the age social isolation. It is a storytelling show about the strange characters who exist primarily in our social media feeds. In this teaser for the series, our host Carter Moon talks with his friend Lauren about the notorious white supremacist who she has 8 mutual friends with on Facebook.