Open Culture Now at … and a Small Favor to Ask

Here’s a quick announcement, and please take note. Starting today, you can find Open Culture at Our old domain ( will still work, as will old links. But they’ll forward (hopefully) seamlessly to the new domain. Why the change? Because it seemed time to have the url actually match the site’s name.

If you encounter any technical problems, please let us know at Also, let me please ask a quick favor from you. If you’ve previously linked to our site, could you please update your links to reflect the new domain? Simply change oculture to openculture, and keep the rest of the link the same, and you’re good to go. This will be a big help to us. Meanwhile, if you’ve never told a friend about Open Culture, now would be a good time to spread the word.

Lastly, I want to extend a big thanks to Eric Oberle for making this switch possible and for generally keeping the site running smoothly. Without Eric, I would have blown this site to pieces long ago. We’re only still around because of him. Thanks -e!

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  • Andre says:

    Just to say thanks to you guys for the site. It’s really important to me as someone who thinks a lot and even thinks about thinking. You guys have put something together that is really needed by the whole world. Thanks Eric.

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