Clive Thompson (journalist)
|Born||1968 (age 47–48)
|Occupation||Freelance journalist, blogger, writer|
Clive Thompson (born 1968) is a Canadian freelance journalist, blogger and science and technology writer.
Thompson graduated from the University of Toronto with majors in Political Science and English in 1992. He previously worked for Canada's Report on Business magazine, This Magazine, and Shift magazine, then became a freelance contributor for The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, Lingua Franca, Wired, Shift, Entertainment Weekly and several other publications.
- Thompson, Clive (2013). Smarter than you think : how technology is changing our minds for the better. New York: Penguin.
- Thompson, Clive (5 September 2008). "Brave new world of digital intimacy". New York Times Magazine.
- The Ecology of Stress, 5 September 2010, New York Times
- Thompson, Clive (December 2013). "Technology wants to be free". Alpha. Wired 21 (12): 66–68.
- — (December 2013). "Vaclav Smil : the man Bill Gates thinks you should be reading". Ultra. Wired 21 (12): 72–79.
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- Wired often changes the title of a print article when it is published online. This article is titled "Washington Is Finally Learning That Technology Can't Be Contained" online.
- Wired often changes the title of a print article when it is published online. This article is titled "This Is the Man Bill Gates Thinks You Absolutely Should Be Reading" online.
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