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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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Murphy has cleverly transformed Byron from Lord to dot-com shlub. Instead of chasing minotaurs through labyrinths, he hunts for meaning among the cubicles. Not to Mention a Nice Life is a wry, acerbic, and terrifying critique of the notion that there is really nothing left to critique. Modern Corporate America is less an enemy than a state of reality. They have won. We have lost. Byron, like the rest of the 99%, is left with layoffs, failed stock options and the slight possibility of love. Read this very funny book. Like, right now. And then pour yourself an ice-cold laudanum.

-Sean Beaudoin, author of Wise Young Fool and Welcome Thieves

May 22, 2015