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Stanford’s Matthew Jackson: “You’re not as popular as you think”

Stanford’s Matthew Jackson: “You’re not as popular as you think”

Update: 2020-02-28
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The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Matthew Jackson, Stanford professor and author of The Human Network, about why you live matters (2:20 ), the universal basic income illusion (5:50 ), how social media puts networks on steroids (7:00 ), his work with Silicon Valley giants (10:50 ), how politics has changed (14:40 ), the hollowing out of the middle class (17:00 ), why war doesn't happen as much any more (20:50 ), the double-edged sword of globalization (24:45 ), how do we craft the best network (27:00 ), why having friends is important (30:30 ), the friendship paradox (34:20 ), avoiding sameness (37:20 ), quotas (40:30 ), what parents can do (42:40 ) and whether tech means that this time is different (45:20 ).


 

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Stanford’s Matthew Jackson: “You’re not as popular as you think”

Stanford’s Matthew Jackson: “You’re not as popular as you think”