Joshua Klein is an internationally known technology expert who studies systems, from computer networks and institutions to consumer hardware. He is the author of Reputation Economics. His recent projects have included an acclaimed new television series on the history of innovation on the National Geographic Channel, called The Link, one of the most watched TED videos of all time (about a vending machine that trains crows to exchange found coins for peanuts) and the development of a cell phone application to create a virtuous cycle of education and employment in South Africa. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Wired, O Magazine, and The Harvard Business Review. He has made appearances on MSNBC, NPR, and has spoken at conferences from TED to Davos, and presented in front of organizations ranging from the State Department to the Young Presidents Organization Global Leadership Congress, to Microsoft to Amazon. To find out more about Josh, his books, or his upcoming projects, you can visit his websites. He lives in New York City.
Author's Work: Reputation Economics