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No One's Listening the podcast that could... Irene McGee, the host, was called a cross between Ira Glass and John Stewart (it must be her deep male like voice) -- Irene McGee is like a double agent of change, deconstructing the media by becoming the media. Guests have included Amy Tan, Jimmy Wales, Noam Chomsky, Lawrence Lessig, Ben Fong-Torres and Jello Biafra... if you don't recognize these names it's ok they probably don't know yours either... AND now they have video shorts you can see as ...
 
Massive Change Radio Archive chronicles the live-to-air radio interviews host and co-author Jen Leonard conducted in 2003-2004 with visionary thinkers across disciplines, including Stewart Brand, Freeman Dyson, Hernando de Soto, Hazel Henderson, Leonard Shlain, Matt Ridley, Lawrence Lessig and many more. This show served as a primary research vehicle for the Massive Change book, which explored the future of global design and the question "Now that we can do anything, what will we do?"
 
Is humanity coming to an end? Or are we currently embarking on the next step of human evolution? Who knows. Join hosts, John Holten and Eva Kelley, on an offbeat journey towards humanity's fate by asking some of the world's top innovators - and disruptors - their thoughts and opinions. Featuring in-depth interviews with Bryan Johnson, Founder of Kernel; Harvard's Prof. Lawrence Lessig; Dr. Phil Kennedy, and more. A podcast about tech, transhumanism, future politics, brain uploads, and life a ...
 
Giving a voice to outsiders, radicals and agitators from the Bronx and beyond! I like to interview interesting people with interesting ideas. At the same time I like to spotlight change makers in the local Bronx community and other areas to help their voices be heard by a wider audience. Support me on Patreon, please and thank you!
 
Pineal Express is a progressive and educational podcast based out of Binghamton, NY. The podcast features a variety of academics, thinkers, and activists who provide listeners a glimpse of the world through the lens of their field of expertise. Forward looking and multidisciplinary, Pineal Express touts itself as the place “where trains of thought intersect.” Amid that intersection, podcast hosts Julian Willard and Jim Mack aim to explore the human potential to solve existential challenges a ...
 
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In this episode, we speak with Professor Stephen Siegel, a Professor of Law at DePaul University, about the Electoral Count Act, which sets the rules for Congress when it counts electoral votes. We explain what happens if there is just one slate and how Congress might resolve a controversy if there are competing slates of electors from one state.…
 
Another Way To Elect A President: The Electoral Count Act (Part 6) Season 4, Episode 19 | October 29th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect A President: The Electoral Count Act (Part 6) Description: In this episode, we speak with Professor Stephen Siegel, a Professor of Law at DePaul University, about the El…
 
We’re back! The West Wing cast reunited for this special episode, so we got back together to discuss it. And Aaron Sorkin joins us to talk about his experiences adapting "Hartsfield’s Landing" for this voter turnout initiative. Please go to whenweallvote.org to donate! For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/020…
 
Another Way To Elect A President: The Presidential Electors (Part 5) Season 4, Episode 18 | October 28th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect A President: The Presidential Electors (Part 5) Description: In this episode in our presidential election miniseries, we talk about the vote of the electoral college. …
 
Another Way To Elect A President: Can A State Legislature Overrule The Voters? (Part 4) Season 4, Episode 17 | October 27th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect A President: Can A State Legislature Overrule The Voters? (Part 4) Description: In this episode in our presidential election mini-series, we take a …
 
Another Way To Elect The President: What Happens If It's Close In A State? (Part 3) Season 4, Episode 16 | October 26th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect The President: What Happens If It’s Close In A State? (Part 3) Description: In this episode of our mini-series on presidential elections, we take a look…
 
In this episode of our mini-series on presidential elections, we take a look at three examples of how states handled recounts in close elections. Are we in for a redo of Florida in 2000—or does Hawaii in 1960 provide a better example? A companion series of blog posts related to this episode can be found at http://takecareblog.com…
 
Another Way To Elect The President: A Red Mirage? (Part 2) Season 4, Episode 15 | October 23rd, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect The President: A Red Mirage? (Part 2) Description: In the next episode in our presidential election miniseries, we discuss election night itself. Will there be some states where…
 
In the next episode in our presidential election miniseries, we discuss election night itself. Will there be some states where early returns favor Trump even if Biden might win when all the votes are counted? If so, what can we do to mitigate any misunderstanding or misinformation from the media or the candidates?…
 
Another Way To Elect The President: Part 1 (Intro) Season 4, Episode 14 | October 19th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Another Way To Elect The President: Part 1 (Intro) Description: In this episode, Larry Lessig introduces a mini-series that will appear in this feed between now and election day: Another Way To Elect The Pr…
 
This week, Larry speaks with Jake Auchincloss—candidate for Massachusetts’ 4th congressional district—about his victory in a heated primary, the need to reform how we elect candidates, and an in-depth discussion of some of the more obscure, but innovative proposals for campaign finance reform.By Lawrence Lessig
 
Candidate Jake Auchincloss on Reforming Our Elections Season 4, Episode 13 | October 15th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Candidate Jake Auchincloss on Reforming Our Elections Description: This week, Larry speaks with Jake Auchincloss—candidate for Massachusetts’ 4th congressional district—about his victory in a heated prim…
 
Jon Ossoff's Fight for Georgia and Democracy Season 4, Episode 12 | October 3rd, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Jon Ossoff’s Fight for Georgia and Democracy Description: In this episode, Larry Lessig speaks with US Senate candidate Jon Ossoff about his campaign to represent Georgia, how his career as a journalist investigat…
 
SFP#7 Artificial intelligence as Free Software with Vincent Lequertier For the seventh episode of our Software Freedom Podcast we talk with Vincent Lequertier about transparency, fairness, and accessibility as crucial criteria for artificial intelligence (AI) and why it is important for our society to release AI software under a Free Software licen…
 
Jason and Adam on Youth Voting Rights, And More Season 4, Episode 11 | September 21st, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Description: Equal Citizens’ Jason Harrow and Adam Eichen discuss a case Jason’s working on about age description in voting. They also talk about le…
 
Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Season 4, Episode 10 | September 4th, 2020 Another Way Homepage Description and Credits Title Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Description: In this episode, Adam Eichen speaks with MapLight president Daniel Newman, who just authored a new graphic novel about democr…
 
Thanks again for your support and listening. Today, I’m very honored to speak with Lawrence Lessig. For those that don’t know this impressive human. Lawrence Lessig is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School, prior to which he founded the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, and taught at the Unive…
 
Hey, its James Oehler and welcome back to the Fringe Voices show. I just want to thank Niles as a new Patreon subscriber, the new ratings on Apple podcasts and the new review from bingo4213. Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. This week I’m featuring interesting friends of mine that do cool stuff. Today we welcome Taa…
 
Hey it’s James and welcome back to the Fringe Voices show. I wanted to give a shout out to 2 recent reviews on Apple Podcasts from chris3412 and gardener2591. Thanks! Again, if you’re enjoying the content of this show please subscribe, rate and review on wherever you listen to podcasts. I would definitely appreciate it! Today I welcome a very speci…
 
Today, I welcome Micah Uetricht. Micah Uetricht is the deputy editor of Jacobin and host of Jacobin Radio's podcast The Vast Majority. He is the author of Strike for America: Chicago Teachers Against Austerity and coauthor of Bigger than Bernie: How We Go from the Sanders Campaign to Democratic Socialism. Micah can also be found on Twitter. In this…
 
U.S. Representative Ro Khanna speaks with Larry Lessig about his effort to reform our democracy, end corruption, and reduce the impact of money in politics. They talk about working with both Bernie, why Biden will sign reform, finding a way to a real "grand bargain" that can end corruption, and why it's important for activists to keep the pressure …
 
On this episode, Jason Harrow and Adam Eichen discuss a new report released by Equal Citizens and a coalition of scholars and organizations. It argues that eight states are unconstitutionally skewing voting rights in favor of older Americans. The two discuss the details of the report, its ramifications, and next steps. You can read the report at vo…
 
SFP#6 Copyright enforcement with Miriam Ballhausen We invited Miriam Ballhausen to talk with us about copyright enforcement. She is a German lawyer who focuses on software, data protection, copyright law and specifically Free Software copyright. This is the sixth regular episode of the Software Freedom Podcast for which we invite experts from our c…
 
This week, Larry Lessig talks with John Gastil, a Professor at the McCourtney Institute for Democracy, about how we can make better political decisions. They discuss the polarized media landscape and specific steps we can take to improve deliberation, understanding, and the use of reason. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EqualCitizens…
 
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