#826 - Consumption, Media & The Tech Giants
49 min

We chat about morning and evening meditation, screen time, internet cafés, Matt D'Avella's new course, Slow Growth, what's happening with Fortnite, content ownership and how the tech giants control the media and consumption landscape.

On today's episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss: 

- Morning and evening meditation
- Nikki Glaser and screen time
- Travel and Internet cafés 
- Matt D'Avella's course, Slow Growth
- Apple, Google and Fortnite
- Content ownership, free speech and tech giants
- Uncharted territory

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