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Three upcoming NY events, starting tonight at Thoughtworks

October 13, 2016

I’ve got three upcoming New York events I wanted people to know about.

Thoughtworks/ Data-Pop Alliance Tonight

First, I’ll be speaking tonight starting at 6:30pm at Thoughtworks, at 99 Madison Ave. It’s co-hosted by Data-Pop Alliance, and after giving a brief talk about my book I’ll be joined for a panel discussion by Augustin Chaintreau (Columbia University), moderated by Emmanuel Letouzé (Data-Pop Alliance and MIT Media Lab). There will be Q&A as well. More here.


Betaworks next week

Next I’ll be talking with the folks at Betaworks about my book next Thursday evening, starting at 6:30pm, at 29 Little West 12th Street. You can get more information and register for the event here.

Data & Society in two weeks

Finally, if the world of New York City data hasn’t gotten sick of hearing from me, I’ll be giving a “Databite” (with whiskey!) at Data & Society the afternoon of Wednesday, October 26th, starting at 4pm. Data & Society is located at 36 West 20th Street, 11th Floor. I will update this post with an registration link when I have it.

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  1. Robert Gahtan
    October 17, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    Please become familiar with what Professor Richard d. Wolff has to say. He is a classmate of Janet yellin, and now has a weekly radio program on 71 stations. Just google his name. He has been on Bill Moyers on three occasions and appears to be black listed by the major media. Thank you for your work.


  2. jonathan haney
    October 20, 2016 at 11:43 pm

    I really enjoyed your book. It makes a very important contribution to a conversation that desperately needs to take place.
    While this has no impact on your premise or conclusion, you may wish to recheck the formula for BMI on page 176. The numerator is, I believe, the square of the height in meters not the height in centimeters as stated.


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