Reinventing Business, Liberty and Rights, Sex and Drugs in NYC, Xerox PARC and Bell Labs

Sunday April 25, 2021


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Larry Bernstein
Opening Remarks

 

 

Sunil Gupta
Bio: Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School
Topic: Reinventing Business
Reading Driving Digital Strategy: A Guide to Reimagining your Business Strategy is here


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C. Bradley Thompson
Bio: Professor of Political Science at Clemson and Executive Director for the Clemson Institute’s Study of Capitalism
Topic: Liberty and Rights from the Founding of the Republic
Reading America’s Revolutionary Mind: A Moral History of the American Revolution and Declaration that Defined It is here

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Terry Williams
Bio: Professor of Sociology at the New School for Social Research
Topic: Ethnographic Research of an After Hours Club in Harlem and a discussion of Terry’s upcoming book The Soft City: Sex for Business and Pleasure in New York City
Reading: Le Boogie Woogie: Inside an After-Hours Club is here

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Michael Hiltzik
Bio: Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist for the LA Times and author
Topic: Why did Xerox Blow it?
Reading: Dealers of Lightning: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age.

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Jon Gertner
Bio: Author and Writer for the NYT Magazine on science, technology and innovation
Topic: What Happened to Bell Labs?
Reading: The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation is here

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Questions for Hiltzik and Gertner

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