Jason Pontin, publisher of MIT Technology Review, is a gentleman and a scholar. His Cambridge, MA office is decorated with meticulous stacks of books worth reading from the past few decades. He’s a man of letters in a world of bits. Totally my kind of guy.
Yesterday at MIT EmTech Digital we sat down for a brief chat about data as a new kind of capital and what that means for competitive strategy.
This kind of firesiding can be much more engaging than a straight-up presentation. But it requires a gracious and astute host. Jason is most certainly both.