If you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

 

—C.S. Lewis

Media

Note: Due to the number of media appearances, the harriedness of the author, and (presumably) your limited appetite for listening to every single interview I've ever conducted, the below list is not comprehensive.  If you're looking for the greatest hits, my personal favorites include Talk of the Nation, KQED, Paul Kedrosky's terrific podcast, and -- especially -- New Zealand Public Radio's Kim Hill Show, whose eponymous host is exceptionally funny and smart. 


Talk Of The Nation (NPR)

6/7/2010.  Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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The Takeaway

6/2/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Leonard Lopate (WNYC, New York Public Radio)

6/3/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Forum with Michael Krasny (KQED, California Public Radio)

6/22/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Radio Times (WHYY, Philadelphia Public Radio)

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The Conversation with Ross Reynolds (KUOW, Seattle Public Radio)

7/1/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Women's Hour (BBC Radio 4)

10/4/2010.  Click here for more.


HearSay with Cathy Lewis (Virginia Public Radio)

7/9/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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The Colin McEnroe Show (WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio)

7/9/2010. Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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KUER Radio West (Utah Public Radio) 

8/20/10.  Click here for more.


Saturday Morning with Kim Hill (New Zealand Public Radio)

7/31/10.  Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Infectious Talk, hosted by Paul Kedrosky (Kauffman Foundation podcasts on growth, innovation, and entrepreneurship)

8/24/10.  Click here for more, or use the player below to listen.

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Ed Champion's Podcast

Kathryn talks to Ed Champion, 1/1/2010. Click here for more or use the player below to listen.

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Fox News / Strategy Room


By far the most famous headline error in U.S. history, the “Dewey Defeats Truman” banner appeared in the Chicago Tribune on November 3, 1948 – the day after Harry Truman was reelected president of the United States. The article went on to state that Dewey “won a sweeping victory in the presidential election yesterday,” a claim that dovetailed with nationwide polling suggesting that a Dewey win was “inevitable.” In reality, Truman won the electoral vote by 303 to 189. He was photographed holding a copy of the Tribune at the train station in St. Louis, Missouri, on his way back to the nation’s capital for his second term.