David Zweig

David Zweig

David Zweig is a journalist based in New York. His most recent book, Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion, was featured in many best of business and tech book lists and has been translated into five languages. He is also the author of the novel Swimming Inside the Sun. Zweig frequently lectures about the intersection of technology, psychology and culture for conferences, organizations, and universities. His journalism has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Wall Street Journal, among other outlets.
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Fans and players compete for stardom in the stadiums of the future

Are you here for the game, or the video screen? Tech-laced stadiums are fundamentally changing the experience of live sporting events, and future stadiums now under construction may even change the game.
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The cyborg revolution has already begun, and you can’t even see it

Radio waves are all around us – sending signals, controlling our devices, and leading the way for a cyborg revolution you’ll never see coming. Literally.