Author, speaker, podcast host. Books http://colin.io / Blog http://exilelifestyle.com / Podcast http://letsknowthings.com
This week on the podcast we talk about the GM EV1, the Chevy Volt, and the Tesla Model 3.
We also discuss the fossil fuel death spiral, autonomous ridesharing, and the year 2040.
This last year or so has been a period of change for me: a lot of new experiments, a lot of new perspectives, a lot of new ideas and false-starts and moments of valuable and intense deliberation.
But it’s also been a time of more than a little confusion. And disconcertion…
On this week’s episode, we discuss tetraethyllead, alcoholism, and irresistible impulses.
We also talk about the Twinkie Defense, lead poisoning, and affluenza.
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This week we talk about neuroscience, engineer’s disease, and neural laces.
We also discuss the computational theory of mind, EEG headsets, and Descartes.
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I think my favorite of all the business models I’ve come up with over the years was the one underpinning a project called Exiles.
Exiles was an email publication that I sent out every two weeks, and each issue contained five essays. These essays fluctuated in length, usually falling…
On this week’s episode, we talk about business ethics, revolving doors, and Halliburton.
We also discuss nepotism, the CIA’s AWS, and Wall Street speeches.
On this week’s episode we talk about fossil fuels, the EPA, and the yoga industry.
We also discuss the Carboniferous period, clean coal, and corporate sociopathy.
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This week on the Let’s Know Things podcast we talk about chronological snobbery, signaling theory, and the Chicken Connoisseur.
We also discuss social cognition, Discover Weekly, and subjective taste.
This week we talk about enemies who are friends, globalization, and non-polarized opinions.
We also discuss the Tea Party, capitalism, and Uncle Joe.
We live in contentious times, and discourse will only become more impassioned in the coming years. Political tremors are upending the status quo around the world, precipitating intense debate about the principles our politicians espouse.