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A Deller

A Deller


Summary

A connoisseur of pop culture, science and tech subjects, A. Deller still manages to spend most of his time playing with his children and doggos.

Education

He majored in Film Production and Anthropology at Penn State University.

Work History

A. Deller is a software product manager, having worked in video games and television data for 15 years. He also writes nonfiction science and tech articles and science fiction novels.
Have you ever seen something moving in the night sky that you just knew wasn’t an airplane or a shooting star? What about those occasional strange and strong feelings that you’re being watched by someone… or something? Most of us have experienced seemingly unexplainable phenomena during our lives. One of the most common possible explanations...
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If you are on the hunt for some political podcasts to listen to, Vurbl has collected just what you need! This list of some of the best political podcasts 2020 has to offer is packed with some true gems. With a highly anticipated presidential election coming up later this year, it’s a better time than...
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The funniest comedy podcasts you can find always seem to be a mix of both well-known comedy performers and celebrities (like Conan) and amateur podcasters. Their personalities just led them to the humor-filled underbelly of the podcasting world. Here you will find examples of both. Despite the differences, all of them are side-splitting comedy podcasts...
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Raven
Sometimes you find yourself in the mood for scary stories– tales of things that go bump in the night, creepy stories that raise gooseflesh on your arms when ghosts drag chains across the attic floor. You could possibly listen to podcasts that can help reduce stress, but would that scratch that itch? To that end,...
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italy rome
With nearly the entire world under some kind of lockdown or quarantine due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, it’s no wonder that so many people feel disconnected and even depressed. While you can go outside and plant a garden, visit foreign destinations online and through virtual travel, and see pyramids, castles, and museums on a...
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Dice
If you’ve ever prayed to roll a “natural 20” against a beholder while just barely holding onto your sanity as fellow party members argue whether half-elves and better archers than elves, then you might be able to handle this list of the top Dungeons & Dragons podcasts. Why are there so many Dungeons & Dragons...
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For fans of podcasts that go absolutely everywhere but yet somehow seem to end up in fits of hearty laughter, Dave Hill’s Podcasting Incident is a top comedy podcast to check out. While some comedy podcasts orbit primarily around the hosts, this show enjoys placing a strong spotlight on the wide variety of guests that...
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Shadowy masked man
Unsolved mysteries are all around us. At any given time, a large number of people are actually near someplace where something strange or terrible (or both!) once occurred. These top unsolved mystery podcasts look at all things unexplained: true unsolved crimes, ghosts and hauntings, weird creatures, and implausible events. If you’re looking for even more...
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Keith And The Girl
For nearly 15 years, Keith and the Girl has been going strong with multiple episodes released weekly. This comedy podcast has it all: from comedy interviews with the famous and infamous comedians to deep talk about the absurdities of current events. On top of the hilarity, you will probably also get just as much info...
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Retro toys
Toy podcasts have been gaining a lot of traction over the last 10 years, as well as podcasts about hobbies and memorabilia, in no little part due to the Toy Story franchise. In particular, toys hold a special place in the memories of toy collectors. Gen Xers are extremely interested in reliving their time when...
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The Past & the Curious logo
Four years in, The Past and the Curious is the definition of labor of love. Produced by a group of history and science aficionados in their spare time, this podcast touches on events and personalities in an engaging, creative way that is clear and concise enough for kids and yet specific enough that their parents...
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Ologies with Alie Ward
One of the most consistently interesting podcasts ever conceived, Ologies with Alie Ward is a feast for the mind. Every episode focuses on one specific “ology”, from mineralogy to chronobiology, scatology to virology and anything in-between. Released almost weekly, Alie Ward is over 130 episodes in and there seems to be no shortage of potential...
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