- Mar 21, 2019
Note from the editor: The following is a guest post by Clive Thompson (@pomeranian99), a journalist who's written about technology and science for two decades. Clive is a longtime contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and a columnist for Wired.
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Author of 5 #1 NYT/WSJ bestsellers, investor (FB, Uber, Twitt...Curated in "The Best Books and Articles I Read in 2019"an outstanding author and long-form journalist. I particularly enjoyed his section on automation. Here’s a teaser: “‘Don’t learn to code, learn to automate,’ writes the coder Erik Dietrich. This is bang on. Nearly every white-collar job on the planet involves tons of work that can be done more efficiently if you know a bit of coding."