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Will Hearst recalls the controversial move to hire Hunter S. Thompson as media critic for The San Francisco Examiner and the kerfuffle that followed.
Community organizer Rose Pak says tech workers and bosses need to give back and are to blame for pushing out older communities in San Francisco.
Ishmael Reed, editor of the upcoming anthology Black Hollywood Unchained, looks at Hollywood's backwards stance on race and black actors.
Chez Panisse chef Alice Waters explains how fast, cheap, and easy values of fast food have dulled our senses and "imprisoned" us.
Political activist Rose Pak dishes about San Francisco politics and mayors like Diane Feinstein, Willie Brown, Gavin Newsom, Ed Lee, and more.
Stewart Brand, founder of the Long Now Foundation, argues that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are actually helping us understand our ecosystem.
Walter Feller describes his artistic process and how he achieves the perfect shot.
Stewart Brand, writer and founder of the Long Now Foundation, says biotechnology is harder than engineering the internet because it's so complex and filled with "spaghetti code."
William Hearst and Phil Bronstein discuss offensive measures taken by the Obama administration against whistleblowers and leakers, as well as journalists and their sources like Edward Snowden.
Stewart Brand, founder of the Long Now Foundation, describes the 10,000 Year Clock, a modern Stonehenge funded by Amazon.com's Jeff Bezos.