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Powerful Nonsense Ep 95 - Finding meaning in an automated world



John Danaher

Powerful Nonsense

Posted: Jan 31, 2016


John Danaher had a flurry of podcast interviews to start the new year. One of them was an interview on Powerful Nonsense. This is a very interesting podcast hosted by Cem Yildiz and Wayne Ingram which gives advice to young people about work and fulfillment in the new economy. They invited John Danaher on to talk about meaning in an age of automation. The conversation ended up being quite wide-ranging.


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