TED Radio Hour From hippie culture to the first personal computers, Stewart Brand has been key to some of the most groundbreaking movements of the last century. This hour, he reflects on his life and career.

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Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

From hippie culture to the first personal computers, Stewart Brand has been key to some of the most groundbreaking movements of the last century. This hour, he reflects on his life and career.

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Stewart Brand reflects on a lifetime of staying "hungry and foolish"

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