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Must See On FORA tv: The Bright Side of Viruses | Art and Quantum Physics Collide | Alibaba's Jack Ma: Small Is Powerful - October 29, 2014.

Why Can't the Working Poor Succeed?    3 mins The Bright Side of Viruses: Gene Therapy and Solar Cells    3 mins Art and Quantum Physics Collide    2 mins Can the U.S. Win Back Europe's Trust? Are Syria's World Wonders Doomed? Alibaba's Jack Ma: What's So Great About Small Business? The Washington Ideas Forum has developed a reputation for fostering creative thinking about the critical issues affecting our national identity, politics, and core values. A mix of programming on multiple stages, preview sessions, and custom events will cover topics ranging from energy and technology to health care and urban renewal.  Watch   October 29 - 30 OCT 29 The Paley Center for Media presents: Joe Feczko, Macy's Inc. and Bob Jeffrey, JWT Worldwide OCT 21 The Hastings Center presents: LGBT Health and Human Rights: New Ideas for Dynami

Must See on FORA tv - October 22-28, 2014

Must See on   October 22 - 28, 2014 The Rise of ISIS and the Fall of Oil Prices    3 mins Ze Frank: Inside BuzzFeed's Viral Video Factory    60 mins Quantum Computing Will "Break" the World as We Know It    3 mins Are There Oceans on Other Planets? Event Video: What's the Difference Between Good and Great? Is Baseball Still America's Pastime? Income inequality has been on the rise for decades. As the rungs of the economic ladder move further and further apart, opportunities for upward mobility–the American dream–could move out of reach.  Watch   October 22 Reuters Chief Executive Andrew Rashbass will share his views on disruption in the news business–including the future of television news–and reflect on his first year at the helm of the venerable news network. Watch   October 22 Join  National Journal  for a robust

Now on FORA TV: What You Missed at Writing from California: Tales From Two Cities

All Writing from California Videos Now Available on is pleased to announce on demand viewing of  Tale From Two Cities: Writing from California , an important literary conference presented by The Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West. Held at the San Francisco Pubic Library on October 4-5, the event was the first of two free conferences which examine the literary trends of northern and southern California—from immigration to innovation, from the desert to the coast. The second conference will be held in Los Angeles in February 2014. Armistead Maupin , best-selling author of "Tales of the City," shared a hilarious story about convincing then San Francisco Examiner publisher Will Hearst to run a column involving the Smurfs and a sex joke, Byliner CEO  John Tayman  argued that publishers won't perish in the age of the e-reader, and  David Talbot , founder of Salon