Conor White-Sullivan: Networked Thought (Part 1) | Roam Research, Evangelical Churches, Augmenting Collective and Individual Intelligence

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You are listening to Part 1 of the episode. The full uncut conversation is available on The Quest Youtube Channel.

Conor White-Sullivan is the founder of Roam Research, a note-taking app that is taking the world by storm. Deeply curious about the ideas of ‘networked’ and structured thought, Conor spent nine months immersing himself and studying Evangelical Christian communities.

The first part of our conversation revolves around the topics of Evangelical churches, anthropology and the paradox of choice. We talk about augmenting collective and individual intelligence, and the relationship between community, purpose, and truth-seeking. Stay tuned for Part 2 next week, where we dive into the philosophy behind Roam, networked thought, climate change, empowerment, and self-love.

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