On Friday night I had the privilege in participating in a panel discussion with Julia Galef, Jeremy Behan, and Ed Brayton. It was a blast and I was heartened to really be on the same page with my fellow panelists on a lot of subtle points. The video is below:
I wish we also had the 3 hour follow up discussion with a number of other great people on video too. A follow up video has to be made!
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