futurist comedian' BARATUNDE THURSTON on the promise and peril of technology

Released Tuesday, 22nd August 2017
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You may know Baratunde for his NYT-bestselling book "How to Be Black," for his work as director of digital for The Onion, his time as a digital producer for "The Daily Show," his column over at "Fast Company," or many many many appearances on various talkshows and podcasts. He stopped by our offices to talk about the promise and perils of the Internet. This was a super fun and super informative. Check it out!
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