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The Future is Analog: David Sax in Conversation with Srinivas Rao

The Future is Analog: David Sax in Conversation with Srinivas Rao

Thursday, December 1st

Conversation at 6:30pm, Reception at 7:30pm

The Wyman Bar at Neuehouse Bradbury

Free Admission, RSVP Required

What is our future?  Is it, as we’re often told, an increasingly digital one, where the intersection of hardware and software power and shape every interaction and aspect of our lives…more virtual, platform-based, and driven by algorithm?  Or is the future analog…in-person, face to face, in in-the real world spaces and places that actually matter?  Will you find yourself sending your kids to school online in ten years, or will you still walk them to school each morning?

Speaking about his new book The Future is Analog: How to Create a More Human World, bestselling author and journalist David Sax takes us back into the heart of our digital saturated pandemic lives, and examines the reality it unearthed, about the technological future we were promised, but ultimately failed us, and the one we actually realized we want to build. David will be in conversation with Srinivas Rao, the host and founder of the podcast, The Unmistakable Creative.

There will be a reception following the conversation.

David Sax is a writer, reporter, and speaker who specializes in business and culture. His book The Revenge of Analog was a #1 Washington Post bestseller, was selected as one of Michiko Kakutani’s Top Ten books of 2016 for the New York Times, and has been translated into six languages. He lives in Toronto.

Srinivas Rao is the host and founder of the podcast, The Unmistakable Creative, where he’s interviewed over a thousand creative people including Seth Godin, Elle Luna, Tim Ferriss, Gretchen Rubin, Simon Sinek, Adam Grant, and Danielle LaPorte as well as a few billionaires and bank robbers. He’s also the author of the bestselling books An Audience of One and The Art of Being Unmistakable. He has a business degree from UC-Berkeley and an MBA from Pepperdine University.