10 Hours Of Elon: Binge-Watch Elon Musk’s Vision Of The Future

Visionary. Entrepreneur. Sci-Fi Nerd. Elon Musk is just one of those people who you can watch for hours. Instead of rewatching Orange Is The New Black, or Arrested Development, why don’t you revel in the future, and binge-watch Elon Musk.

We’ve gathered over 10 hours of Elony goodness, talking Tesla, Spacex, Solar City, and the Hyperloop. Watch him interact with journalists, and venture capitalists, and other revolutionary entrepreneurs. We’ve got long interviews, short interviews – any length of Elon Musk interview. Plus, we’ve got press conferences, hearings, and Q&As.

Elon Talks to 60 Minutes

Elon discusses humanity at Stanford

VC Steve Jurvetson interviews Elon Musk on the future, and improving humanity, at Stanford’s graduate business school. Then, Elon fields questions from students on a variety of subjects.

Sal Khan Interviews Elon Musk

The genius behind Khan Academy, one of the most revolutionary educational institutions of the decade, talks turkey with Elon Musk. Genius-on-Genius action.

Becoming Ironman

Elon talks about inspiring the character of Ironman, in this Bloomberg Profile of Elon’s life.

Elon Explains solar, and more

Wondering if Solar energy is viable? In this video, Elon Musk puts it in perspective, making a convincing case for solar power, and also talks about some of his business strategies.

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Elon Vs the US Secretary of Energy

Government is the cause of, and the solution to many of Elon Musk’s problems – especially given that all three of his businesses rely on finding the most efficient energy possible. In this video, Elon Musk, and Dr. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy, talk the future of energy. It’s moderated by a Washington Post editor, and it’s an amazing watch.

Musk Takes TED

At the famous TED Conference, Elon Musk sat down for another, brief interview on the future. This is a great quick interview, with some nice slides to go along with it, and provide visuals.

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Elon at Dealbook

Elon Musk pays a visit to the Dealbook conference, run by The New York Times. The focus of this talk is business, and it’s really interesting to hear about Musk’s projects from an economic perspective.

Elon Musk Visits The Colbert Report

Elon Musk visits comedian Stephen Colbert’s amazing show, to talk about Mars, Tesla, and more. It’s a fun interview to watch, with a bit of humor, and some previously unheard-of tibits.

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Elon Musk at the D11 Conference by AllThingsD

The Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg and company sit down with Elon at the legendary D11 conference. They are really, really talented interviewers, and they put on a new show.

Another Fireside Chat with Elon Musk

Yep, another good interview, this time with PandoDaily.

Elon at the mission – Interviewed by a youngster

Elon sits down with students from the Union Rescue Mission for an interview. It’s a really nice gesture by Elon, supporting an organization which provides work-experience and life support to homeless children, and a very different kind of interview.

Elon at South By Southwest

Elon Musk stops by the legendary SXSW conference to chat about projects, and his life.

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Elon At The GSB (again)

Elon Musk stops by Stanford University’s GSB to chat business once again.

Spacex Press Conference, Hosted by Elon Musk

Spacex CEO Elon Musk talks about the latest achievements of his revolutionary space outfit, at Washington D.C’s National Press Club.

Q&A With Elon on Spacex’s Dragon V2 Rocket

Elon Musk unveils Spacex’s Dragon V2 Rocket, and answers questions on its potential.

Elon And Sir Richard Branson Hang Out

Elon Musk, and businessman Richard Branson sit down for a google hangout with fans. Once again, genius on genius. Enjoy!

Elon goes to Washington.

Elon Musk speaks at a senate national security hearing, to discuss Spacex, and the future of US defense and space.

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Michael Sitver

Michael Sitver is a technology insider who has been blogging about technology since 2011. Along the way, he's interviewed founders of innovative startups, and executives from fortune 500 companies, and he's tried dozens or hundreds of gadgets. Michael has also contributed to works featured in Newsday, The San Francisco Chronicle, and the associated press. Michael also occasionally consults, and writes for Seeking Alpha and Yahoo News.

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