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1492 marked the beginning of many things "new", including the discovery of a New World by Christopher Columbus sailing under the banner of a newly-united and soon-to-be ascending Spain.

In this third episode on this recurring topic, Alexis joins to discuss the impacts on the native American cultures of the eastern seaboard under a different timeline.


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In May 1992, Johnny Carson stepped down in his role as host of NBC's "The Tonight Show". The scramble for the role as his replacement and subsequent new shows spawned from that scramble changed the landscape of late-night American TV moving forward.

What would have been different if David Letterman had assumed the host role with Carson's departure instead of Jay Leno?


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The podcast is enjoying "spring break" before releasing a number of new episodes in the coming months starting next week with a series of listener-suggested topics and new guests to accompany some of them.

In the meantime, here is an episode from our archives that many of our newer listeners (based on download statistics) may never have heard. Originally released on October 10, 2019, this was Episode 22: "No PARCing". It probes an alternate path where Xerox could have been synonymous with "computer" instead of "photocopy".

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