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David Weinberger’s status as our foremost (and funniest!) interpreter of technology’s impact on business and society continues to grow.
Called a “marketing guru” by the Wall Street Journal, David addresses the key elements of an information and technology revolution that impacts how we organize our businesses, increases our customers’ newfound control of the information they touch, and challenges the core concepts of who and what we trust.
He’s been a frequent commentator on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. He’s written for the “Fortune 500” of business and tech journals, including The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The Miami Herald, The Boston Globe, USA Today, The Guardian, and Wired. Journalists from The New York Times, Newsweek, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, InformationWeek, The Economist, the Wall Street Journal and many more turn to him for insight.
David Weinberger is a columnist for Knowledge Management World and il sole 24 ore, and writes an influential business technology newsletter. David was a philosophy professor, a comedy writer for Woody Allen, a humor columnist for a major daily newspaper, a dot-com entrepreneur before most people knew what a home page was, and a strategic marketing consultant to household-name multinationals and the most innovative startups.
David Weinberger has a Ph.D. in philosophy and is currently a Fellow.
David is also one of the most entertaining and acclaimed presenters around. Dr. David Weinberger turns this remarkable range of experience and knowledge to the most important question facing every business today: How is technology changing the way my employees, partners and customers are putting themselves together, and how is that changing the basics of my business?