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Walter Isaacson
Professor . Former CEO of Aspen Institute, editor of TIME, CEO of CNN. Author of The Innovators, Leonardo da Vinci, Franklin, Einstein, Steve Jobs
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Walter Isaacson 12h
A fascinating media trend from ⁦
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Kasie Hunt May 24
This is worth your time 💛
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Jeffrey Goldberg May 24
Why do some people (and one president) fall prey to conspiratorial thinking? Visit 's Shadowland project to better understand:
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Jonathan Martin May 24
“how a policy intended to block the pathogen’s entry into the United States instead delivered one final viral infusion.” ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ >
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Allison Hjortsberg May 20
Next up! I just finished The Yellow House (amazing!) and I'm so excited for this one with , & . Registration is free! Sign up at .
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Cloth Masks May Prevent Transmission of COVID-19: An Evidence-Based, Risk-Based Approach | Annals of Internal Medicine
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The Recount May 22
In a tearful speech, Gov. (R-ND) asks residents to skip the “ideological and political” debate on face masks.
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Michel Martin May 22
And after you hear about why structural inequalities matter on ⁦⁩ with tonight , Do your deep dive here : COVID-19 Took Black Lives First. It Didn’t Have To.
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Justin Wolfe May 21
Congratulations to my friend and colleague, Jana Lipman, on the publication of her fantastic new book, "In Camps: Vietnamese Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Repatriates”
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Matt Ridley May 21
Although we know the history of computing (h/t ), we don't know the inventor of the computer. We don't even really know which was the first computer. Join the discussion with here:
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Richard N. Haass May 21
my 17 min conversation with on on the impact of the pandemic, globalization, China, Russia, sovereignty, American foreign policy, and my new book, The World: A Brief Introduction.
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Bill Kristol May 21
This is useful and sensible guidance from a bipartisan group of health and policy leaders.
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Forbes May 19
New Orleans, which once held the unfortunate distinction of having the highest per capita coronavirus death rate of any city in the country, hasn’t reported a new death from coronavirus in the past 3 days
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Mayor LaToya Cantrell May 20
Replying to @Forbes
4) We are making national news for our recovery, as today's article points out: 5) Hospital capacity remains robust and able to handle both & nonCOVID patients.
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Walter Isaacson May 20
Is there an evolutionary reason for art to exist?
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Walter Isaacson May 19
Here’s the full episode of talking about the future of work after coronavirus. via ..
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Microsoft May 19
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Matt Ridley May 19
I genuinely believe How Innovation Works is my best book, and will likely be the most successful. I think it could be “the book that saves innovation” in a year that has demonstrated that innovation is more badly needed than ever:
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