Lev Grossman's speeches talk about the evolution of the Internet and how social media has influenced its growth.
Grossman graduated with a literature degree and went on to complete a Ph.D. in comparative literature at Harvard and Yale. Deviating from his writing roots, he began work in Web production in New York City. Then, putting his education to use, he was picked up by New York Times as a books and technology writer and critic, where he was highly praised. The portfolio of magazines he has written for includes Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Wired and the Wall Street Journal.
While hired at Time full-time in 2002, he also started writing several books, one called 'Codex,' an international bestseller. He is currently still writing as a senior editor at Times.
Lev Grossman's speeches combine topics on technology and culture to give a unique commentary on society, drawing from experience in interviewing an extensive list of high profile and influential people throughout his career.