Podcast by Rhys Lindmark
#72 Lydia Laurenson, The New Modality: Chilling Effects in our Media Ecosystem
Lydia Laurenson is the founder and editor-in-chief of the New Modality, a wide-ranging magazine on counterculture. We chat about the chilling effects of cancel culture norms and her plans for the next issue of NewMo.
#71 Yele Bademosi: #EndSARS and The Rise of Nigerian Tech
Yele Bademosi is the CEO of Bundle Africa, a social payments app, and a founding partner of Microtraction, which funds African tech. He was previously a director at Binance. We chat about building tech infrastructure for Africa and the current #EndSARS protests in Nigeria.
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#70 Benjamin Bratton: Social Theories for Planetary-Scale Computation
Benjamin Bratton is a multi-disciplinary researcher of Philosophy, Art, Design and Computer Science. He is a Professor of Visual Arts and Director of the Center for Design and Geopolitics at UCSD. He is also a Program Director of The Terraforming think-tank at Strelka Institute in Moscow. He wrote, "The Stack". We chat about how our models of reality are behind our technological reality, and how to update them.
Apply to his program, The Terraforming, by Nov 10: https://theterraforming.strelka.com/
#69 Rebecca Henderson: Reimagining Capitalism
Rebecca Henderson is a professor at Harvard Business School and recently wrote a book called "Reimagining Capitalism." We chat about her 5-step plan to make businesses ethical, and especially concentrate on business metrics.
#68 Yancey Strickler: Bentoism and Paradigm Change
Yancey Strickler is the cofounder and former CEO of Kickstarter, the author of an amazing book “This Could Be Our Future”, and the creator of Bentoism. Yancey is a Distinguished Fellow at the Drucker Institute exploring the future of capitalism. We chat about Bentoism and paradigm change.
#15 Marshall Ganz, Harvard: The Power of Narrative and How Tech Has Changed Organizing
Marshall Ganz is an internationally known political organizer, a Senior Lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and the co-founder of the Leading Change Network. We chat about how his background in Germany led him into organizing, how technology has weakened our organizing capacity, and how crypto's economic scope keeps it from solving other values.
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This is a promising show though the interviewer says Mm-hmmm or seems to lightly moan approval every 5-10 seconds which is really distracting. Please turn off mic when interviewee is speaking. TY
Rhys is a great host - I love his friendly demeanor and his voice is actually very pleasant to listen to. He finds fascinating people to interview and then asks them great questions. What else could you want?
I really appreciate Rhys’s measured and analytical approach to the crypto space.
His podcast is a signal in a world of distraction