Guowcast 12.22.18 con Carlos Sandoval Olascoaga


Host Guillermo Hamlin closes off 2018 by interviewing Carlos Sandoval Olascoaga, a PhD student in the Design and Computation Group @ MIT. They discuss urban computing, noise pollution, “participatory models”, and social media apps that inform urban data.

Guowcast 12.8.18 ft Councilor Ryan O’Malley


In his final Pachanga session, Host Guillermo Hamlin talks to Malden’s Ward 4 City Councilor, Ryan O’Malley. They discuss greener urban space, ranked choice voting, urban exploration, the history of Malden, and the state of civil liberties.

Guowcast 12.1.18 con Jorge Campos


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews the second in his Thanksgiving Pachanga series with Jorge Campos. They delve into surviving poverty through creative finances, financial literacy, and dealing with the wealth of privilege at Harvard University.

Guowcast 11.24.18 con Carlos Castellon y Stephanie Suarez


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews the first in his Thanksgiving Pachanga series with Carlos Castellon & Stephanie Suarez. They delve into educational access as Latino students & entering the Harvard Graduate School of Education as M.Ed candidates. Guillermo also thanks stations that play the Guowcast, as well as others.

Guowcast: Thanksgiving Pachanga Sessions





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Guowcast 11.3.18 ft. Luke O’Neil


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Luke O’Neil, Esquire Writer-at-Large & Freelance Journalist. They discuss his work “I’ll Read Your Texts When You’re Gone” & the future of digital mourning, State Rep. Mike Connolly being a great guy, & Emo Night Boston.

Post Haunted Studio Relaxation Post.


Here’s an update on my Patreon’s regarding my day job’s Haunted Studio.

Guowcast ft. Scott Mellinger of Zao


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Scott Mellinger (Guitarist of Zao) for its Halloween episode. They delve into some horror content (Netflix, Stephen King, etc), the history of Zao, & why Guillermo wanted to be like Steve Albini growing up.

10 episodes in; Guowcast will be airing on Activate Radio.


Hello blog fam, we’re 10 episodes in and we’re hoping to keep our experiment going. We’re expanding and asking for more support. Stay tuned for potential live sets.

We’re going to be airing our episodes on Activate Radio Fridays at 8pm.

Guowcast 10.20.18 ft. Sam Tracy


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Sam Tracy: Portland, ME Democratic Chair & cannabis business consultant. They discuss the intersection of gun & cannabis laws in Maine, civil liberties under Obama & Trump, & whether drug legalization should be treated as a public health necessity.

Insights into Action Workshop


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Guow! Bruce Schneier Talks at Google


Guowcast 10.6.18 ft. Juan Miller


Host Guillermo Hamlin returns to thank listeners for tolerating podcast breaks, rants about Columbus Day vs. Indigenous People’s Day as a former Paraguayan, & interviews an anon (going by the nom de plume of “John Miller”) about the Supreme Court shift rightward. Guillermo ends the program by performing a letter (Yes, a letter) by Mike Wasserman, ACM CEO & President.

Brief Hiatus Post



Greetings, I shared some thoughts on my Patreon regarding the brief hiatus. Don’t worry, Boston Free Radio shows are still live. Preview portions of the podcast before we return Saturdays 3pm-4pm.

Guowcast 9.8.18 ft. Jerome B


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Jerome B: a Somerville rapper. They discuss social media, the passing of Mac Miller, Travis Scott, Eminem vs. MGK, and more.

Guowcast 9.1.18 ft. CĂ©sar Vargas


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews CĂ©sar Vargas: a filmmaker & writer on race in the Latino community. They remind listeners that most conservative thought leaders are failed comedians, talk shit about those caping for income inequality, & why white Latinos need to speak up about injustices.

Let’s keep the Guowcast going!


We’ve been hitting our benchmarks with regular episodes and a wide range of guests. However, we are in need of upping our benchmarks for our Patreon page. Please contribute to the program and even become a monthly patron. You’ll get even more content as well as a behind the scenes look of making each episodes.


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Guowcast 8.18.18 ft. Russ Roberts


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Russ Roberts on the state of discourse, Keynes vs. Hayek rap battle, & his monologue “Information Revolution, Politics, Yeats, and Yelling”

Guowcast 8.11.18 ft. Xavier Flame


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Xavier Flame on the creative process, hip-hop & entrepreneurship, and artistic collectives.


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Guowcast 7.28.18 ft. the Admins for the NoSleep Podcast Group Forum


On this episode of the Guowcast, we’re joined by Krista & Brooks; Admins for the No Sleep Podcast social media accounts.

Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews NoSleep Community Admins on fostering an online community for horror audio fiction fans, rules of the road, and divulge what got them into the podcast.

Guowcast 7.21.18 ft. Mayor Katherine Rice (I)


On this episode of the Guowcast, we interview Mayor Katherine Rice of Geronimo, Oklahoma. We discuss her mayoral race, improving communications in Geronimo, as well as entrepreneurship.

Guowcast 7.14.18 ft. Gregg Housh


Host Guillermo Hamlin interviews Gregg Housh, host of The Gregg Housh Show, Gregg Housh. Former hacker, internet freedom activist, and even a former consultant for House of Cards & Mr. Robot.

No New Episode This Week! New Episode Coming Soon



Due to the awkwardness of a 4th of July falling on a Wednesday. I’m heading away briefly this weekend to rest up and sharpen our next episode coming on 7.14.18. However, tune in to Boston Free Radio on Saturday, 3pm-4pm (7.7.18) for new tracks, a new intro describing my trip away, and a cleaner cut of our 6.30.18’s interview with Ben Echevarria of the Welcome Project.

Guowcast 6.30.18 ft. Ben Echevarria


Host Guillermo Samuel Hamlin interviews Executive Director of the Welcome Project Ben Echevarria. Discussion range from left & right organizing tactics, Somerville Network Response following a deportation raid, and digital equity for low-income families & immigrants.

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