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Dad 2.0 Podcast

Jul 26, 2021

Our Dad 2.0 Digital closing keynoter Richard Kind wanted kids all his life, but he didn't become a dad until age 45 because he admits he spent too much time thinking he wasn't ready. Now, he says, Don't wait. You'll figure out how to provide the life you know they need, and before you know it you'll have three kids that...


Dec 21, 2020

During a long career in content marketing and SEO, and as he rebuilds his personal life after his wife's protracted illness and death last year, Rob Ainbinder has learned a lot about Why People Click. We first came to know him as a blogger, whose Team Angela FB group helped build a community around his family, but he...


Nov 24, 2020

You think you know a guy, and then Michael Ian Black turns his sardonically comic persona on its head with his terrific new book, A Better Man, a (mostly) serious letter to his college-aged son, Elijah. Male role models were scarce after Black's dad died abruptly when he was 12, so Black essentially had to build his...


Sep 21, 2020

Tom Riles has made a career by turning bad situations into better situations. When his PA job was ending, Henry Winkler asked him to move to LA. He met his wife while they were busting fingers playing 16-inch softball. And on the day he learned his infant daughter would need heart surgery, he started the blog that...


Jan 6, 2020

On Episode 15, Doug and Jeff discuss Tootsie, The Office, and the limits of fandom after introducing Banana Chat, a fresh (for about 6 minutes) new feature of the Dad 2 podcast sure to please all. Jeff then discusses the English FA's Heads Up / Take a minute for mental health during the 3rd round FA Cup fixtures this...