Quillette Podcast | 29 April 2020 | 0h 24m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Jonathan Kay about his article Covid-19 Superspreader Events in 28 Countries: Critical Patterns and Lessons. Backgrounds his work compiling a database of superspreader events and using fluid mechanics considerations to distinguish between the mechanisms for large droplet ballistic transmission, aerosol transmission and surface transmission. Implies that distancing and masks are critical – handwashing less so.
The TED Interview | 9 April 2020 | 0h 52m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates drawing on historical parallels to predict a depression, along with insight and advice on how we might recover from the global economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis – and use it as an opportunity to reform the systems that help grow our economy.
The TED Interview | 30 march 2020 | 0h 51m | Listen Later | iTunes
Timeless interview with Bill Gates offering insights into the covid-19 pandemic, discussing why testing and self-isolation are essential, which medical advancements show promise, and what it will take for the world to endure this crisis.
ChooseFI | 27 March 2020 | 0h 34m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Vincent Pugliese with wisdom on homeschooling for the lockdown. Covers reasonable expectations for time, interweaving learning around children’s interests rather than subjects, cultivating a love of learning, not stressing about timetables, and focusing on enjoying it.
a16z | 23 March 2020 | 0h 19m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with David Ulevitch, and Lauren Murrow about the swift rise of remote work and virtual networking amid the spread of the coronavirus. Covers the platforms powering our newly homebound workforce (and student body), creative use cases for video conferencing and streaming—from online education to virtual therapy—and whether remote work will become the new normal.
The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish | 13 March 2020 | 1h 13m | Listen Later | iTunes
A timeless, multidisciplinary conversation on Covid-19. Enduring lessons on thinking clearly include base rate versus growth rate thinking, second- and third-order consequences, scientific thinking in political leadership, top-down versus bottom-up responses, and regulatory barriers to innovation.