Jon Gertner on the Stories Worth Telling

How do we make sense of the ideas of the present, that might determine our lives in the future? How can we weigh the legitimacy of new technologies — and sort through what is hype, and what is not?

Well, that’s what Jon Gertner, a veteran journalist, editor, historian, and author, seems to have figured out. Jon is a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine, and is best known for his…

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