Fiscally Sponsored

The Conversation needs funding to continue and grow. If this was renaissance Europe, we’d be scoping out powerful Italian families with a desire to immortalize…

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More Interviews, New Episodes

If you don’t follow Twitter or my Facebook page, you may have been wondering where The Conversation has been for the past month. The short…

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A World Grown Too Small and Too Large

Last night I stared at Twitter while chaos erupted in Boston for the second time this week. I am still trying to make sense of…

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Gary Francione Responds

Occasionally we are fortunate enough to have an interviewee contact us after an episode and extend The Conversation further. Gary sent me this note in…

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-Overhauled-

I know, after hearing about “data visualization” and some kind of gooey, elusive “website overhaul” for almost ten months, you never expected this moment could…

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The Apocalypse, The Conversation, and Boing Boing

The morning of the 21st, as an army of disheveled hucksters and apoco-pimps walked home in shame, I saw Twitter light up with an article…

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The Final Stretch (of Travel)

ATLANTA, GA— Why haven’t I been beginning all of these blog postings with a dateline? Datelines are so classy. I’ve been on the road for…

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Help fund our website overhaul!

If you’ve been listening to The Conversation for a while, you probably remember Micah and I talking about doing a bit of data visualization with…

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White Dudes

We have lots of them in this project. They’re nice, but we like other people too—neither Micah nor I want this to be the White…

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The Conversation on WNPR

This Wednesday (October 24th) I was interviewed on Where We Live, a show out of WNPR, Connecticut Public Broadcasting. If you’re new to The Conversation…

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