The Gabfest: Obama's Second Inauguration, Filibuster Reform, and Social Media Policy in the Workplace. Plus, a Special Audience Q&A.

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Jan. 25 2013 11:17 AM

The Live in Washington, D.C., Gabfest

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On this week’s Slate Political Gabfest, recorded live at Washington's Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, John Dickerson, Emily Bazelon, and David Plotz discuss Obama’s second inaugural address, filibuster reform, and social media policy in the workplace. They also take audience questions at the end of the show.

Here are some of the links and references mentioned during this week's show:

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David chatters about honorific protocol.

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Podcast production by Mike Vuolo. Links compiled by Jeff Friedrich.

Emily Bazelon is a Slate senior editor and the Truman Capote Fellow at Yale Law School. She is the author of Sticks and Stones.

John Dickerson is Slate's chief political correspondent and author of On Her Trail. Read his series on the presidency and on risk. Follow him on Twitter.

David Plotz is the editor of Slate. He's the author of The Genius Factory and Good Book.