It is not a new phenomenon for the end of a 'cast to leave me wishing for more. It is rare, if it's ever happened, for one to leave me unsatisfied, as this one did.
I found the first section, establishing Mike & Mark's credibility to speak on the subject, much longer than it needed to be. I accept that every 'cast may reach new listeners with whom the Ms have not built up any credibility, but I just thought this was overdone. And even to some extent devalued by the later section in which Mark talked about being laid off.
And then to go on and on justifying the printing off of the contact list just seemed way out of proportion - it's almost self-evident that (a) the newly laid-off may have no access to a company-owned computer, and (b) even if he or she does, in the real world data disappears, usually at the least convenient time, so something as simple as a printed contact list is a pretty cheap insurance policy.
I'm not saying that you don't have doubters, but in this instance I found that spending so much time catering to them diluted the so-valuable content that you guys have to offer.