The 404 1,116: Where we keep up the good work (podcast)

There's a reason why certain songs trigger a visceral response from our emotions -- scientists have discovered that musical memories are stored in a different part of our brains. On today's 404 episode, we'll take a look at scientific evidence to support this theory, Microsoft's new logo, and the story of a Google employee forced to look at the worst videos on the Internet (404 included).


Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Microsoft squares off with new logo.

- Scientists discover that music memories are stored in a different part of the brain than the rest.

- Buzzfeed interviews a Google employee whose job required vetting thousands of terrible images a day.

Bathroom break video: Ghostbusters theme on eight floppy drives.

Video voice mail: Matt from Colorado Springs deserves a trucker hat.


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