Digital Age 2001-2002 James C. Goodale - Producer/Host Andrew Shapiro - Co-Producer/Co-Host
Arnaud de Borchgrave, Editor at Large, United Press International, The Washington Times; Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic & International Studies - After WTC - What’s Next-Cyber-Terrorism?
JasonCalacanis, Editor Silicon Alley Reporter; CEO Rising Tide Studios and LuyenChou, President and CEO, LearnTech - Does Silicon Alley Care Who’s Mayor? Nicholas Economides, Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, NYU and Eleanor Fox, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, NYU Law School - Who Won, Who is Winning, Who Will Win the Microsoft Case?
Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director, Kroll Associates and Bill Bratton, Consultant to Kroll Associates; former NYC Police Commissioner - Could the WTC Disaster Only Have Happened in the Digital Age? Amy Harmon, New York Times reporter on Internet issues and StevenJohnson, Author and Founder Feed Magazine; Host Andrew Shapiro - The Internet After Sept. 11: Source of Solace or Engine of Anxiety?
Arnaud de Borchgrave, Editor at Large, United Press International, The Washington Times; Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic & International Studies and John Rhinelander, former Deputy Legal Advisor, State Department - Is WTC The Greatest Intelligence Failure Since Pearl Harbor?
JohnO.McGinnis, Professor, Cardozo Law School and NadineStrossen, President, ACLU; Host Andrew Shapiro - Does The New Antiterrorism BillGo Too Far - Or Not Far Enough?
DavidKahn, Author The Code Breakers and StevenLevy, Author Crypto: How the Code Rebels Beat the Government; Host Andrew Shapiro - Should the Digital Age Code Rebels Have Won?
Arthur Miller, Bruce Bromley Professor of Law, Harvard Law School - Public Lives, Private Lives (Where Do You Draw The Line)?
DonHewitt, Author Tell Me A Story: 50 Years and 60 Minutes in Television - Will 60 Minutes Make It In The Digital Age? Lawrence Lessig, Professor, Stanford Law School; Author, The Future of Ideas: The Fate Of The Commons In A Connected World; Host Andrew Shapiro- Is Innovation Over? And Who Is To Blame?
Li Lu, Founding General Partner, Himalaya Capital and Drazen Pantic, Fellow, Center for War, Peace, and News Media; Co-Director, Location One; Host Andrew Shapiro - Can The Internet Turn Dictatorships Into Democracies?
AdamDell, Managing General Partner, Impact Venture Partners and BoPeabody, Founder and Chairman, Village Ventures; Host Andrew Shapiro - Are Venture Capitalists the Heroes - or Hucksters - of the New Economy?
JagdishBhagwati, Professor of Economics, Columbia University and NaomiKlein, Author No Logo; Host Andrew Shapiro - Globalization After Sept. 11: How Has The Debate Changed?
DavidShenk, Author, The Forgetting; Host Andrew Shapiro- Is Alzheimer's The Disease Of The Digital Age?
DouglasRushkoff, Author, Exit Strategy and Media Virus; Host Andrew Shapiro - How Is Technology Changing The Stories We Tell?
R.MartinChavez, PhD, Chairman and CEO, Kodex Inc. and JamesSurowiecki, Financial Columnist The New Yorker; Host Andrew Shapiro- Is Enron The Ultimate Dot-Com Failure?
JeffreyRosen, Author The Unwanted Gaze and Legal Affairs, Editor The New Republic;Host Andrew Shapiro - Will The New Surveillance Kill Privacy?
DavidBennahum, Partner New Things LLC, Contributing Editor Wired and KevinWerbach, Editor Release 1.0; Host Andrew Shapiro- Is The Wireless Revolution Over Or Just Beginning?
StevenJohnson, Founder, Feed Magazine, Author Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software; Host Andrew Shapiro - Is Emergence The Key To The Digital Age?
JohnAboud, Co-Editor Modern Humorist and JohnKrewson, Writer The Onion; Host Andrew Shapiro - Does Technology Make It Easier To Be Funny? DannyGoldberg, CEO Artemis Records and AlanMcGlade, CEO MusicNet; Host Andrew Shapiro – Can The Recording Industry As We Know it Survive?
Dr. GlennMcGee, Associate Director University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics and Dr.LeeSilver, Professor Princeton University; Host Andrew Shapiro – Should Human Cloning Be Outlawed?