Julia Hobsbawm – A Pragmatic And Managed Society

Julia Hobsbawm – a pragmatic and managed society

Julia Hobsbawm is founder of Editorial Intelligence. She was the first ever professor of networking at London Cass Business School. Her new book “Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload” is out now in the UK and comes out in June in the US.

We chat about the values that come out of the book, the way Julia believes that societies should be governed, and how to make connected structures truly functional.

Useful Links mentioned in the podcast

Anne-Marie Slaughter – The Chessboard and the Web

Geoff Mulgan of Nesta – Connexity

Editorial Intelligence – subscribe to the digest here

Brainpickings by Maria Popova

Thanks to…

Rebecca Huston – Producer and Editor

Roof Now – Music

What is the Echo Chamber Club Podcast all about?

In contrast to our newsletter, which seeks to show liberal and progressives a robust version of opposing points of view, our podcast seeks to strengthen our own ideology. We interview key thinkers; philosophers, journalists, academics and politicians about what their values are, and what it means to be anti-extremist and ‘centrist’ in 2017.