Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Dan Ariely (44 min, 19 meg) Dan Ariely of Predictably Irrational fame, makes the arresting point that from the standpoint of fairness and equity in the distribution of ...| More
Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Siddhartha Mukherjee (40 min, 18 meg) Siddhartha Mukherjee brings authority and a certain kinship to our conversations on historian Tony Judt and his last words — Ill Fares ...| More
That idea of stories too big to tell, lies too big to take back, an audience hooked on placebos it doesn't believe -- it all makes sense about a malaise that the late Tony Judt was trying to pierce. Jay...| More
George Scialabba flatters and provokes with a comment on Jay Rosen‘s view of dysfunctional media and the Tony Judt thread of Open Source conversations. George is an independent essayist — erudite but not academic, as ...| More
Timothy Snyder, a rising-star historian at Yale (most recently of Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin), is turning up the heat on his friend Tony Judt’s parting sermons about “social democracy.” I’m taking Tony ...| More
Alaska-based composer John Luther Adams thinks of "place as music and music as place." A dark, swirling epic of the sea called Become Ocean is the largest orchestral work Adams has written yet. | Hear More
Thanks from all of us at Open Source for visiting our webpage. As part of our Kickstarter campaign, we're revisiting our favorite moments and themes from 2014.
We're kicking off our year-in-review with Larry Lessig and Zephyr Teachout, two campaigners for political reform in the hostile climate of 2014. We've got our ear to the ground, though, looking for another Teddy Roosevelt moment in American politics.