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The Intersection of Art and Technology

Jason Herskowitz: Streaming Services, Disruptor or Savior?

Jamie Saft: The Intersection of Innovation and Art (Music)

Richard Nash: The Intersection of Innovation and Art (Books)

Jane Friedman: The Intersection of Innovation & Art: Marketing and Money in the Book Business

Jon Madof: The Intersection of Art and Innovation: Evolving Models of Music

Bethanne Patrick: The Intersection of Innovation and Art (cont’d)

Aram Bajakian: The Intersection of Art and Innovation, Cont’d

Kevin Calabro: The Intersection of Innovation & Art: Marketing and Promotion in the Music Industry

Mike Shields: The Intersection of Art and Politics

Darryl Joyner: The Intersection of Technology & Education, Part Two

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It’s early in that lamentable decade of the 2000s, and while the good times continue to roll in corporate America, they won’t be rolling for much longer—and no one knows it better than Byron, the Everyman narrator of Sean Murphy’s witty and wise firecracker of a debut. If you liked Joshua Ferris’s AND THEN WE CAME TO THE END, you’ll love NOT TO MENTION A NICE LIFE. Byron might not have a future, but Sean Murphy certainly does.

–Greg Olear, author of Totally Killer and Fathermucker

May 22, 2015