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Episode Info: When you've taught over 10% of a university's students and can say you were a member of the original founding class, it's safe to call the University of Waterloo "your own". I talk to Larry Smith -- famous for the iconic "Why you'll fail to have a great career” TED Talk -- about his family history, problem solving, quantum dreams and the legacy of Walt Disney.  Additional notes along with the photography and videography for this episode can be found at www.peopleplacething.com/episodes/002-the-existential-economist
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