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Thoughts in Between: exploring how technology collides with politics, culture and society

Matt Clifford: Co-founder of Entrepreneur First
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Matt Clifford, co-founder of Entrepreneur First, interviews the people behind some of the world's most important ideas. We explore in-depth some of the fastest-changing and most impactful areas of life, from technology to geopolitics and scientific progress to entrepreneurship. Guests include founders, investors, academics and journalists working and thinking at the frontier of these topics.Subscribe to the free weekly newsletter at http://tib.matthewclifford.com/

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars from 20 ratings
  • Erik Joel

    Great conversation- very insightful- shame that the sound quality is so poor.

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    3
    fab1112131415
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Highly recommend

    Matt has the conversation he wants to have with some really interesting, though provoking guests. Highly recommend

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    5
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    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Really insightful interviews

    I've always loved Matt's writing and so was especially excited to learn about his upcoming podcast! It doesn't disappoint. Not only are the guests so far not your run of the mill guests, the questions and topics they end up speaking about are fascinating. more

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    5
    TiB Fan 123
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Matt Clifford is one of the deepest thinkers

    Love Clifford’s weekly newsletter and this podcast is a great companion to the newsletter!

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