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Listen to Greater Good Editors on Tech NationAnnouncement | January 23, 2010
Listen in as Greater Good editors Jason Marsh and Dacher Keltner are featured this week on the hour-long public radio show Tech Nation. They'll be discussing the new Greater Good book, The Compassionate Instinct, which features some of the best essays to have been published in the magazine over the past five years.
For those of you in the San Francisco Bay Area, the show will air tomorrow (Sunday) evening on NPR member station KQED (88.5), from 10-11pm.
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