Conversations with Tyler
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this isint going to age well....
Sound quality in this episode is waybbelow acceptable
I always come back to this one, the exchanges are just so enlightening every time I listen.
This was a disappointing episode tbh. Full of tenuous assertions.
You didn't ask about racism and police? Would have been good to hear some discussion on Roland Fryer's paper.
Consistently high quality conversations, keep them coming! Keep strong during the quarantine!
a great thinker, thoughtful, intelligent
First time I've heard Zuckerberg asking the questions rather than being grilled. Patrick Collison is an interesting. Big questions being raised.
Raghuram Rajan's twitter handle link is wrong.
He said the number one killer was malaria when deciding to find the theoretical cure over cancer, alluding to saving more lifes when cancer kills roughly 9 million more people worldwide per year.
great talk. I would love to hear more about right-wing political correctness and why is a bigger problem. I didn't see any links in the show notes. ideas?
Como que Tyler tiene la sangre de atole. :D
audio quality: terrible! please record it professionally.
great discussion. glad to be introduced to another interesting guy whose book will get lost on my growing reading list