“Zite CEO Mark Johnson, journalist Chris Taylor, Mother Jones editor-in-chief Clara Jeffery, and Federated Media Publishing’s chief community officer Laney Whitcanack discuss whether print media will survive in 10 years. The editorial space and the way we consume news has changed. What will editorial look like years from now? Will curated content really be king? Can non-digital publications stay afloat?”
Gerd Leonhard, CEO of The Futures Agency, discusses the business, politics, and ramifications of big data and privacy. Leonard argues that there is a trade-off to free social media services.
Jodi Kantor, Arts and Leisure Editor at The New York Times, discusses her recent book The Obamas. With falling approval ratings after the passage of President Obama’s health care legislation, Kantor shares the Administration’s strategy to leverage Michelle Obama’s high popularity.
V.S. Ramachandran explains what causes amputees to have sensations in their phantom limbs, the parts of the brain called mirror neurons.
The Economist spoke to entrepreneurs and people on the streets of New York City and asked: what does innovation mean to you?
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Laurie Santos argues that to understand the origins of the human mind, we can study the behavior of primate relatives as a proxy for our ancestors.