David Gelernter was interviewed recently at The Atlantic. Last month, David Gelernter, the pioneering Yale University computer scientist, met with Donald Trump to discuss the possibility of joining the White House staff. An article about the meeting in The Washington Post was headlined, “David Gelernter, fiercely anti-intellectual computer scientist, is being eyed for Trump’s science… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Interviews
Sam Weinman talked about his book and explained “how to teach your kids to lose (and why that’s okay).” Washington Post: What made you want to focus on how to handle losing? Sam Weinman: I originally envisioned it as a small challenge I faced with my boys, but I realized this theme permeates throughout everything… Read more »
For the AP’s The Big Story, Adam Tanner was interviewed about “the promise and pitfalls of big medical data in his upcoming book Our Bodies, Our Data.” Question: What’s the worst case scenario for the future? Answer: The risk is that all of these anonymized profiles which have detailed histories of people become easily identifiable… Read more »
Brigid Schulte talked to fellow BSG speaker Gretchen Rubin about her new book, Better Than Before. Read the Q&A here.
Read the full interview at Gretchen’s blog right here. Brigid’s book, Overwhelmed, was released in paperback yesterday and is currently #1 the Women & Business category at Amazon.
New York talked with Kai Bird, author of 2014’s The Good Spy: The Life and Death of Robert Ames, about the Obama Presidency. [NYMag.com]
Pulitizer prize winning journalist and author of Overwhelmed, Brigid Schulte takes readers on a journey to understand why we all feel so busy and what we can do about it. Watch the interview here. [WGNtv.com]
Phil Simon interviews fellow BSG speaker Joel Gurin on the growing trend of Open Data. [Huffington Post.com]
Listen to an interview with new speaker Shawn Hunter at 33 Voices.
Watch Phil Simon interviewed about his new book, The Visual Organization.