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Conservative Curious launches a new podcast at the intersection of philosophy, tech and culture


San Francisco CA, USA—Conservative Curious, the San Francisco-based social club for niche thinkers, has announced the official launch of their eponymous podcast’s first season with Episode 1: The Good, The Just and The Beautiful featuring Bradley Davis, and Episode 2: Finding the Lost Elons featuring Michael Gibson. The podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube, as well as other podcast hosting platforms. New episodes will be released every other Saturday.

Hosted by Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai, founder and co-founder of Conservative Curious, the show features conversations with new and interesting thinkers, seekers and creators from the pair’s intellectual sphere. Each episode is a 30- to 50-minute distillation of their guests’ thoughts on philosophy, tech, culture and the future.

“Conservative Curious is seeking to transcend the daily noise and produce more beautiful and edifying conversations,” says Justus Eapen, the podcast’s executive producer. “Jessica and Ani are exploring a more intellectually-constructive brand of cultural commentary. We’re interviewing guests with unique perspectives, inviting heterodoxy and bending toward a contemporary-classical aesthetic.”

Guests include:

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Episode 3: Cities of the Future featuring Dryden Brown will be released on July 11, 2020.

About the hosts

Jessica Dang is the founder and co-host of Conservative Curious. She is currently the Events and Outreach Manager for Lincoln Network, a non-profit organization that bridges the gap between tech innovators in Silicon Valley with policymakers in Washington D.C. She has a background in marketing, public relations, and events production.

Anirudh Pai is the co-founder and co-host of Conservative Curious. He works as a business developer at Veriteos, a permission blockchain platform for secure smart contract applications. He is also the creator of Dreams of Electric Sheep, a weekly newsletter analyzing secular trends in history, economics, and technology. He has a byline in Athwart Magazine.

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Conservative Curious
By Jessica Dang and Anirudh Pai

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