Look It Up

If you've ever wondered whether animals could be ambidextrous, or what happens when you put a gun in a refrigerator, or what Presidents of the United States do after their terms end, this podcast will relieve you of the effort of having to look it up yourself. Look It Up is a podcast for the indiscriminately curious. Establish contact on twitter @liupodcast or by email at
RSS Feed Subscribe in iTunes
Look It Up




All Episodes
Now displaying: 2015
Oct 6, 2015

On this week's episode of Look It Up: what kinds of jobs do former Presidents of the United States have? What and where is the heroin highway? Can I leave a house unfinished and not pay property taxes on it? 

This, and more. Check it out. 

Links: "an historic" v. "a historic" survey ABC news article about post-presidential life chart of former US Presidents' occupations Illinois Youth Survey Allegheny County tax abatement codes Texas construction definitions California construction definitions Washington State construction definitions. 

Look us up on twitter @lookituppod, or email

Sep 22, 2015

This week's episode of Look It Up deals with whether or not it's safe to refrigerate guns, a survey looking to see whether Republicans say "an historic" disproportionately more than Democrats, and what would happen if Equity name rules applied to politicians. 

Links: gun study Huffington Post article about Kennedy "an historic" v. "a historic" survey

Look us up on twitter @lookituppod, or email


Sep 14, 2015

Gearing up for a new segment, and I'd appreciate your help. Click on the following link to take an extremely short (3-question) survey: Studying use of "an historic" versus "a historic".

Thanks! Back next Tuesday with a brand-new episode. 


Sep 3, 2015

This week on Look It Up: World's Fairs and how they're surprisingly still a thing, how different generations make furniture-purchasing decisions, and whether or not animals can be ambidextrous. 

Look us up on twitter @lookituppod, or email