Whatever happens beyond an event horizon cannot be seen, and in many ways this can serve as an apt metaphor for how our seemingly infinite access to information is actually drowning us in a sea of misinformation right now, along with facts, breaking news, conspiracy theories and the like.
Nathan Pettijohn is an author, talent manager, and entrepreneur. Nathan is a contributing writer for Forbes on topics relating to what business leaders need to know about innovations in media and technology. Nathan is also the co-author of a short tactical guide Zen and the Art of Admin Tasks, about outsourcing administrative work. His newest book is a travelogue called Travels With Hafa.
In 2011, Nathan found Cordurouy, a digital strategy agency gased in Los Angeles where he serves as CEO. As a talent manager, Nathan represents business innovators such as Janice Bryant Howroyd (Founder and CEO, The ActOne Group).
Travels With Hafa
Nathan Pettijohn (Author)
Zen and the Art of Admin Tasks
Nic De Castro (Author), Nathan Pettijohn (Author)
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