Colin Wright, author and host of the Let's Know Things podcast

About the Host

Colin Wright is an author and speaker who typically moves to a new country every four months based on the votes of his readers.

He's currently working from a small flat in Wichita, Kansas, and is just as confused by this as everyone else.

Colin's blog is at exilelifestyle.com, and his books can be found at colin.io.

You also find him all over social media, but he's especially prolific on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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  • August 03, 2016
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On today’s episode, we’ll talk about the history of remote controls, before segueing into an exploration of the history of modern advertising.

From there, we discuss about the development of the internet, and how the current click-based economy grew out of that soil.
 

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Let's Know Things is a podcast about adding context to the news. Each episode, host Colin Wright unspools a news item and discusses the broader topics that make it relevant and worth understanding.

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