The Cubs legend spoke with Steve Edwards on Wednesday’s Afternoon Shift.
His column sits prominently in the front of the paper, where the ghost of Mike Royko still hovers. He rails against the corruption, sweetheart deals, and the trademark tomfoolery of city and county government. I’m talking about John Kass of the Chicago Tribune.
TED, a conference started in 1986, has grown into a phenomenon that we’re calling “The Idea Bubble.” In addition to TED, there’s Aspen, and Summit Series, and PopTech, and FOO Camp, and Solve-for-X. TED’s famed 18-minute talks, posted on their website, have gone viral with millions of views. But have we reached the saturation point?