UP NEXT

NEW podcast JONATHAN TAPLIN
“If the service is free, you’re the product.”

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If you’re working to build a healthy and just society,
let me help you tap the unique power of narrative.

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I draw on my experience teaching, acting, music & film producing, screenwriting, and interviewing 
to help you tell more compelling stories. Listen here.
After years of radio interviews seeking A World That Just Might Work, I now produce and host the Disruptive podcast for Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering.
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Let’s explore how we might

work together to change the world.

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FREE FORUM Progressive Voices Network on TuneIn
Sat 5/19 7pmPT, Sun 5/20 10pm PT

JONATHAN TAPLIN
MOVE FAST & BREAK THINGS
How Facebook, Google & Amazon
Own Culture & Undermine Democracy

 
 

Upcoming soon: 
Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains
Robert Reich, The Common Good


Featured Podcasts:
Naomi Klein, No Is Not Enough
Jonathan Smucker, Roadmap for Radicals  
Mark Hertsgaard, How Big Wireless Convinced Us Cellphones Are Safe
Terrence McNally, Tap the Unique Power of Story

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DISRUPTIVE#12 podcast: ART ADVANCES SCIENCE

Seen the new STAR WARS movie? Check out The Beginning, a 3 minute Star Wars-inspired video with sperm as X-wing fighters competing to fertilize an egg. “Only one will dictate the future for generations to come…” Don Ingber and Charles Reilly discuss their creative project aimed at better communicating  science to the public …and how they made a scientific discovery along the way.

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MICHAEL LEWIS’s best-selling THE UNDOING PROJECT tells the story of the collaborative work of Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman which revealed previously undiscovered ways our minds fool us.

Link to LiveTalksLA video page
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