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Harvard Bookstore Tonight & In New Yorker

October 3, 2016

I’m on my way to Boston by train today to for a book talk and Q&A at the Harvard Bookstore in Harvard Square at 7pm. More information here.

Please join if you’re around, I’d love to see you.


My book and my bluegrass band The TomTown Ramblers were featured in this week’s Talk of The Town in the New Yorker. I’m hoping this means we’ll end the day with more than 34 followers on Twitter.


For the record, we sent them pics of the band but they opted for this illustration instead. Very New Yorkerish.

Other recent mentions of my book:

  1. Boston Globe‘s Kate Tuttle interviewed me about my book.
  2. I was quoted in the WSJ by Christopher Mims in an article about Facebook and political microtargeting.
  3. My book was referred to in this excellent New Yorker article about online discrimination by Tammy Kim.
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  1. October 3, 2016 at 9:43 am

    Would love to be there (work in Cambridge) but am visting my son who is on a maths post-doc at McGill.

    Best of luck!

    Fimished reading WMD on bus ride up, and will be posting (favorable, of course) review at AMZ, and at my blog (http://667-per-cm.net), although latter will be much longer and more pensive.


  2. October 3, 2016 at 10:28 am

    Cathy, I just would like to mention that your (excellent!) interview with Econ Talk’s host Ross Roberts is available today as well.


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