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Mar 10 2009

I Want To Learn

This is a short movie produced for the San Diego Science Festival “Sell your science” competition  It was shot at Torrey Del Mar Park, San Diego. Music by Kevin MacLeod. Produced by Tom Munnecke
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Jan 27 2009

Inauguration night: Barbara Marx Hubbard in Conversation with Tom

Barbara Marx Hubbard founder of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution talks with Tom Munnecke and others on the night Obama’s inauguration. She discusses her campaign for the vice presidency 25 years ago, and how her dreams and visions of that time are coming to fruition with the new shift in direction. She talks about her notion of Peace Rooms, ways of finding out what’s working, how to develop grass roots organizations that also feed information to centralized ones. Tom talks about the network effects of goodness, and how all this might “go viral.” Heather Wood Ion, Jim Pinto, Prapanna Smith, Nancy Walsh, and Carla Gerstein also participate. Video by Robert Foxworth, music by Kevin MacLeod, editing by Tom Munnecke. Taped Jan 20, 2009 in Encinitas, Ca.  See also James Fowler’s Interview on the positive effects of Social Networks.  This interview has been permanently saved at the Internet Archive.
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Jan 07 2009

James Fowler in Conversation with Tom

This is conversation between UC San Diego Political Scientist James Fowler with Tom Munnecke and Heather Wood Ion on James’ research of happiness, obesity, drinking, and more based on the Framingham Heart Study data. He provides some provocative evidence that social networks might propagate happiness in a contagious fashion, more powerfully than unhappiness. We also talk about the spread of loneliness, ways of researching empathy, centralized “smart center” networks vs. smart edges, group selection, the work of happiness and elevation by Jonathan Haidt, and ways we might construct networks of uplift. Videography by Robert Foxworth, music by Kevin MacLeod. Taped Jan 6, 2009 at the UC San Diego Faculty Club. This video is also archived at the Internet Archives.
See also James’ paper on genetic basis of Social Networks
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Jan 03 2009

Singularity discussion at Good Ancestors 2007

Including David Brin, Ben Goertzel, Vernor Vinge, Frederick Turner, Jamais Cascio, Deidre Taylor, Lenore Ealy, Tom Munnecke.
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Jan 02 2009

Frederick Turner Roadtrip Interview

Frederick Turner, inteviewed at San Simeon on the California Coast Highway on his experiences growing up in Africa; J.T. Fraser’s theory of time, as well as some of his poetry.  We were driving up California Highway 1 coast road to the International Society for the Study of Time triannual conference.  Turner is Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas.  Produced by Tom Munnecke.
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Dec 24 2008

Mark Frisse’s Message to Tim Berners-Lee

Mark Frisse, now of Vanderbilt University, was one of the reviewers of Tim Berners-Lee’s original paper presenting the concepts behind the World Wide Web in 1989.  Mark describes how he thought that the architecture would not scale, and that Tim’s decision to allow “broken” pointers (i.e. violate bidirectional integrity) would lead to a “spaghetti bowl of gotos.”  Tim’s paper was relegated to a poster session, which turned out to be wildly successful.  Tim’s decision to relax the requirement for bidirectional integrity (allowing 404 not found error) turned out to be one key features for the success of the web.
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Dec 24 2008

Phil Longman Talks about VA’s Vista and Health Care Reform

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Philip Longman is author of The Best Care Anywhere – Why VA Health Care is Better than Yours He was asked by Fortune Magazine to find the “Jack Welch of Health Care” and after some time, discovered that the VA was one of the top providers. He discusses his journey, partially triggered by his experiences with the health care system during his wife’s death from cancer. He presents his research on the VA Hardhats, who created the VistA system, as well as his thoughts on centralized vs. decentralized systems. Produced by Tom Munnecke, 2008
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Dec 24 2008

Rob Kolodner receiving VIP Underground Railroad Card

Presentation by Dr. Robert Kolodner, Director of the Office National Coordinator, Department of Health and Human Services responsible for the National Health Information Network.  Presented at the Feb 8, 2008 VA Underground Railroad banquet (Hardhats) in Bethesda, MD. Rob is shown receiving a VIP Underground Railroad membership card from Tom Munnecke, which includes a 1982 microprocessor chip laminated to the engine on the card.
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Dec 22 2008

Barbara Marx Hubbard in Conversation with Tom

Barbara Marx Hubbard has a conversation with Tom Munnecke about Conscious Evolution, the visions of Jonas Salk, Buckminster Fuller, and Abraham Maslow, her new book about Supra Sex, as well as her vision of a better world.  Jon Haidt appears briefly.  Filmed at her home in Santa Barbara, Ca. Dec. 10, 2008.  Videography by Jeremy Saville, music by Kevin MacLeod.
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Sep 20 2008

Deborah Peel of Patient Privacy Rights talks about Genomic Privacy


Deborah Peel of the Patient Privacy Rights foundation talks about the patient information privacy, particularly genomic information, in response to Tom Munnecke’s interview with Esther Dyson This impromtu video was shot after a dinner party in Austin, Tx. with a small digital camera in “movie” mode.

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