“Adam Tanner, author and fellow at Harvard University’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, joins us to discuss his new book Our Bodies Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records. Tanner examines how big pharma invades our medical privacy with a detailed account of how drug companies collect, analyze and sell patient data…. Read more »
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Gretchen Rubin, best-selling author of The Happiness Project and host of her own Happier podcast, is pleased to announce The Onward Project. Curated by Gretchen Rubin, the bestselling author and award-winning podcast host, The Onward Project is a collection of podcasts full of concrete, actionable ideas for how you can make your life happier, healthier,… Read more »
Two BrightSight speakers (Shadi Hamid and Sam Harris) in conversation. [SamHarris.org]
New speaker Gretchen Bakke was a guest on Fresh Air in August to discuss her new book, The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans And Our Energy Future. [NPR.org]
Beth Macy was on Fresh Air with Terri Gross to talk about her new book, Truevine, which is out today. Listen above. [NPR.org]
Michelle Segar was a guest on NPR’s The Magic Pill show discussing “What Exercise Means To You.” Listen above. [WBUR.org]
Prabhjot Singh was a guest on NPR’s Marketplace to discuss his new book and how “To fix health care, try a walk around the neighborhood.” Listen here.
Bob Sutton was a guest on Marketplace to discuss “The pros and cons of a 30-hour work week.” Listen above. [Marketplace.org]
Two BrightSight Group speakers in conversation: Srinivas Rao interviews David Burkus about the future of work on his Unmistakable Creative Podcast. Listen above.
What does Trump’s presumptive nomination for president say about the American electorate? Carol Anderson, for one, says Trump’s ascendancy is all about white anger, a predictable backlash to eight years of Barack Obama. (Carol’s segment begins at 2:12.) [BaltimoreSun.com]