'Next: The Future Just Happened' Host Alex Chadwick talks with business writer Michael Lewis about his latest book, Next: The Future Just Happened. Lewis says technological advances like the internet mean that when people talk about the future, they're talking about five minutes from now, not five years from now. That kind of accelerated living isn't without cost, however: Lewis says innovation isn't just progress and positive development, and that perhaps there are costs that we don't always account for.
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'Next: The Future Just Happened'

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'Next: The Future Just Happened'

'Next: The Future Just Happened'

'Next: The Future Just Happened'

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Host Alex Chadwick talks with business writer Michael Lewis about his latest book, Next: The Future Just Happened. Lewis says technological advances like the internet mean that when people talk about the future, they're talking about five minutes from now, not five years from now. That kind of accelerated living isn't without cost, however: Lewis says innovation isn't just progress and positive development, and that perhaps there are costs that we don't always account for.