Game developer Zoë Quinn discusses her experiences at the center of the viral harassment campaign Gamergate, and explains why our offline values - around data commodification, extremism and media exposure - need to catch up to the realities of a culture lived, and increasingly contested, in online spaces
Zoë is author of Crash Override: How Gamergate (Nearly) Destroyed My Life, and How We Can Win the Fight Against Online Hate from PublicAffairs. Zoe is on a book tour right now.
Gary is author of the new book Katrina: After the Flood from Simon & Schuster.
Kevan just returned from South Africa and will be in-studio tomorrow.
Rael is co-author of the study Why wealthier people think people are wealthier, and why it matters.
Michael will be in-studio with a couple beer choices and the chance to support a local public school by getting day drunk.
Here's what Chuck is reading this week to prepare for Saturday's show:
Gary Rivlin - Katrina: After the Flood
Kevan Harris - The Spectre of Global China by Ching Kwan Lee
Alyssa Katz - The Influence Machine
Chuck is on vacation in Michigan's poorest county and we're trying to switch podcast URLs. See you soon!