Rory Sutherland (@rorysutherland) is the Vice Chairman of Ogilvy & Mather Group, which is one of the largest advertising companies in the world. This interview was recorded live in London, England. Rory started the behavioral insights team and spends his days applying behavioral economics and evolutionary psychology to solve problems that conventionally advertising agencies haven't been able to solve. In this wide-ranging interview we talk about: how advertising agencies are solving airport security problems, what Silicon Valley misses; how to mess with self-driving cars, reading habits, decision making, the intersection of advertising and psychology, and so much more. Enjoy this amazing conversation.
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSOne day he’s in Uzbekistan, the next he’s on our podcast. There’s no predicting the inimitable Kevin Kelly.
Kevin Kelly. Where to start? Whole Earth Review. Wired. A slew of dope books, including The Inevitable (now available in paperback). He’s a man of deep interests, and a deeply interesting man. I dare you—I fucking dare you—to not like this episode.
Check out these gorgeous photos from Kevin’s recent trip to Uzbekistan.
“1,000 True Fans” by Kevin, AKA the hymn of this podcast.
Second Life’s successor, Sansar, looks pretty sweet. Way better than Coke Music anyway.
“The Global Teenager” by Kevin
If you want to know more about the “Dweckian growth mindset,” Carol Dweck’s TED talk is a place to start.
Change Agent by Daniel Suarez
The Man in the High Castle
The podcast Reply All—in particular the episodes “The Russian Passenger” and “Boy in Photo”
The New York Times (in analog paper)
The Complete Guide to Fasting by Jason Fung
Nook (that’s the model I got)
Anti-mention: Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny
Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition".
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Podcasts for Designers and Developers. Level up your career.
Did a beloved family doctor with no criminal history suddenly up and strangle his own father?
Original video: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/492/dr-gilmer-and-mr-hyde
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Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes here at OTM? (Hint: Not everybody speaks as cleanly as it might …
Chilly Gonzales performs in his pajamas and collaborates with some of the biggest names in hip-hop.
One man figured out how to reproduce the magic of an Irish pub, and ship it in a container to anywhere in the world.
A few months ago, Tyler asked Patrick Collison, CEO of Stripe, to be on the show. Patrick agreed, but only under the condition that the be the one to do the interviewing. Thus, what follows is the conversation Patrick wanted to have with Tyler, not the one you wanted to have.
Happily Patrick stayed true to the spirit of Conversations with Tyler, and their dialogue covers a wide range of topics including the the benefits of diverse monocultures, the state of macroeconomics, Donald Trump, the amazing economics faculty at GMU, Peter Thiel, Brian Eno, Thomas Schelling, why Twitter is underrated, and — most pressing of all — why Marginal Revolution is so strange looking.
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Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Scott Galloway, an adjunct professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business, where he teaches brand strategy and digital marketing to second-year MBA students. He is also the author of the Digital IQ Index ®, a global ranking of prestige brands’ digital competence.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/bloombergview/interview-with-scott-galloway-masters-in-business-audio
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