The Aspen Ideas Festival
Ken Adelman: Well I think it’s a nice combination of lots of fields that are brought up. And there’s some attempt to have a cross-fertilization of fields. And I think that’s exceptional. But (a), you can’t beat the place. You can’t really beat the kind of dialogue it encourages not just in the sessions, but between the sessions, I think. You get the chance to meet exceptional people. And number three, a lot of it is structured in a very nice way. There’s not just one subject, but it’s a combination of subjects. And I think that’s pretty, pretty special.
Recorded on: 7/2/07
Adelman talks about why he loves the Aspen Ideas festival.
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