Today, we launch CLIP OF THE DAY, the best way to inject some witty humor, sharp analysis, or bubbling creativity into your day!! Here is the first to start us off:

Exactly two weeks ago the Supreme Court delivered its most recent decision. Four years ago, LIVE hosted US SUPREME COURT Justice Stephen Breyer who discussed the court and democratic process “in action.”

Last night, we raised the question: Amazon: Business As Usual? Our thoughtful speakers gave their two cents, and today Flavorwire breaks down the event and highlights the questions of cultural urgency that came up.

AMAZON:BUSINESS AS USUAL? might be sold out, but don’t you fret! 

You can sign up for our standby list as early as 5:00 in person, or you can livestream here.

Join us for a conversation you must certainly don’t want to miss!

Upcoming LIVE guest Bob Kohn may have filed the best amicus brief ever:

Tune into our Livestream Tuesday to hear Bob Kohn on the Amazon-Hachette conflict. He’ll be joined by James Patterson, Tim Wu, Danielle Allen, Tina Bennett, and Morgan Entrekin.

We loved the beginning of this review:

When Geoff Dyer came aboard the U.S.S. George H. W. Bush for his 14-day stay, he had his Ping-Pong paddle securely stowed but had misplaced his notebook. Too tall, spindly, self-described as “a leftover from a novel Graham Greene had decided not to write,” he had managed through a stubbornness born of sheer neurotic panic to wheedle his way, despite considerable and justified resistance from the United States Navy, into private quarters on the giant but very crowded vessel: the Vice-Presidential Room, no less. His report of his first day on board is a nonstop string of complaints: The noise is unbearable, he keeps knocking his head on the low ceilings and hatches, the spaghetti is cold and the lettuce inedible, the oil fumes are overwhelming, the temperature is like a blast furnace, the air is toxic, the ocean glitters but is spoiled by a sky greased with jet fuel. Dyer admits he is constitutionally incapable of adjusting to new environments; in fact, the only thing he’s grown accustomed to, over the years, is that he never gets used to things. This is the same man who, when asked by a friend (Alain de Botton) if he would like to spend some time writing in an interesting and relaxing environment, immediately replied: Put me on an American aircraft carrier.

Sad that LIVE is off season?  Well we have a surprise in store for you! 

This Tuesday, LIVE and WME co-present: AMAZON: BUSINESS AS USUAL?

Tickets are free, but be sure to score your seat by reserving here: