Daily Dispatch from the 2013 Aspen Ideas Festival: Saturday, June 29
ASPEN, Colo., June 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
Select Upcoming Live Streams from the Aspen Ideas Festival:
- 12:00pm MDT / 2:00pm EDT - Kickstarter and the Economics of Creativity
Perry Chen, Walter Isaacson
- 2:00pm MDT / 4:00pm EDT - Afternoon of Conversation
Elena Kagan, Eric Lander, Robert McDuffie, Anna Deavere Smith, Shabana Basij-Rasikh, Katie Couric, Dick Costolo, Jeffrey Rosen, Gabrielle Giffords, Mark Kelly, James G. Coulter, Beth A. Brooke, Eric Cantor, Ramesh Ponnuru
A full schedule of live streams is available here: http://www.aspenideas.org/live-now.
Video of sessions from the start of the festival, including Yo-Yo Ma in a Special Demonstration of "America the Beautiful," available here: http://www.aspenideas.org/latest-video. Transcripts of select sessions, including yesterday's "Are We Safe?" (pdf) with Jane Harman, Mike McConnell, James Fallows, and Elliot Gerson, are available here: http://www.aspenideas.org/content/2013-transcripts.
Also, catch today's episode of The Aspen Institute Presents, broadcast from the Aspen Ideas Festival, exclusively on public television's WORLD Channel (worldchannel.org) at 9:00pm ET. This episode will be available online a few hours before broadcast for media using the following link and password: http://vimeopro.com/user5686209/the-aspen-institute-presents2, password: worldaspen.
Quotes from the Festival Yesterday:
"The NRA misrepresents what the majority of their members support from a policy perspective. They certainly don't represent the four million people they claim to represent." --Dan Gross
"We're living in an age of an unprecedented chasm in income distribution, and we've been slow to notice." --Chrystia Freeland
"In the old days, the power lay with content creators, who created programs to run at certain time. We're increasingly living in a time when the power is in the hands of consumers: they control where they see it, how they see it, and when they see it." --Cesar Conde
"The majority of Pakistanis now think Malala is a Western conspiracy." --Shiza Shahid
The Ideas Report on TheAtlantic.com
More Festival coverage is also available from The Atlantic, which produces the Aspen Ideas Festival in partnership with the Aspen Institute. The Atlantic's "Ideas Special Report" includes:
- Video from the Aspen Ideas Festival
- A "Today at Aspen" photo gallery
- An #AspenIdeas Twitter feed
- Blog posts highlighting ideas from all sections of TheAtlantic.com, and responses to a new question they put to their readers each day.
Full schedule available here. Full-session video and clips will be featured on the Aspen Institute's YouTube channel, on www.AspenIdeas.org, iTunesU, and on the Aspen Institute's video channel. Follow the Ideas Festival on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter at @aspenideas with the hashtag #AspenIdeas.
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