Susannah Fox, who recently stepped down from her position as Chief Technology Officer of the Department of Health and Human Services, was profiled by the WSJ last fall. As the chief technology officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Susannah Fox is carrying on a mission that has long been a passion:… Read more »
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Watch Oliver Luckett discuss The Social Organism with co-author Michael J. Casey on the WSJ’s Lunch Break with Tanya Rivera. [WSJ.com] Oliver also recently appeared on the following outlets: –Big Think –CNBC –Bloomberg
My deep dive into why we have so little to show for our innovation: risk aversion, idea exhaustion, monopoly. https://t.co/6gDqiqOPum — Greg Ip (@greg_ip) December 6, 2016 Greg Ip’s latest for the Wall Street Journal.
Beth Macy, author of the best-selling and critically acclaimed Factory Man, is set to release her next book tomorrow, Truevine: Two Brothers, a Kidnapping, and a Mother’s Quest: A True Story of the Jim Crow South. It just received impressive reviews from the Wall Street Journal and the NY Times: As she did her prodigious… Read more »
Susan Jacoby tackles the question, “Can a game with a 19th-century tempo survive in the age of digital distraction?” In late August, when the sky becomes perceptibly darker at the start of night games, all true baseball fans begin to think about the approaching end of the season. This year, my annual regret is deepened… Read more »
Greg Ip’s latest at the Wall Street Journal on how the “Fed’s change of heart, rally in commodities appears to mark bottom for global economy.” There’s nothing traders love more than a juicy conspiracy theory. So when the dollar abruptly reversed a yearlong climb and began sinking this year, rumors swept the markets that the… Read more »
Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh’s The Path shows how you ancient Chinese philosophy and ideas can guide you on the path to a good life today. They recently published the piece “The College of Chinese Wisdom” for the Saturday WSJ essay section. Read here.
Allyson Downey’s forthcoming book is Here’s the Plan; she was interviewed for the article, “Late-Night Work Email: Blessing or Curse?” Allyson Downey spent several weeks last year integrating work and home—running her business, weeSpring, a platform for parents to share advice about baby products, while being “very present and hands-on” with her two children, Logan,… Read more »
David Gelernter has a new piece in this weekend’s WSJ on artificial intelligence, “Machines That Will Think and Feel.” Artificial intelligence is breathing down our necks: Software built by Google startled the field last week by easily defeating the world’s best player of the Asian board game Go in a five-game match. Go resembles chess… Read more »
From the Wall Street Journal: “Mr. Trotter also carries Carmine Gallo’s book “Talk like TED” with him as a research tool for public speaking. Despite being an “orator” and “master of ceremonies,” Mr. Trotter says, “I’m very introverted. It takes a lot of work for me to build up the energy for whatever message I’m… Read more »