- What's next in tech? Ingestibles and embeddables bring the human body and technology closer than ever.
- "There's never not a tech bubble," Swisher said. "There are a lot of funders in the market that have no business being in it."
- "If you're not paying attention to how we're going to be changing the ways we do financial transactions, you're not paying attention."
- Given that digitization is an ongoing trend, real estate agents should figure out how they fit into that equation.
Digital media guru Kara Swisher talks to Brad Inman. She is Executive Editor, Re/code; Host, Re/code Decode podcast; and Co-Executive Producer, Code Conference.
Kara Swisher started covering digital issues for The Wall Street Journal’s San Francisco bureau in 1997. Her column, “BoomTown,” originally appeared on the front page of the Marketplace section and also online at WSJ.com.
She’ll be a keynote speaker at Inman Connect New York on Thursday, January 28, 2016.
Previously, Swisher covered breaking news about the Web’s major players and Internet policy issues, as one of its first hires to cover the Web, and also wrote feature articles on technology for the newspaper. She has also written a weekly column for the Personal Journal on home gadget issues called “Home Economics.”
With Walt Mossberg, over the last 11 years, she has been co-producing D: All Things Digital, a major high-tech conference with interviewees such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and many other leading players in the tech and media industries. The gathering is considered one of the leading conferences focused on the convergence of tech and media industries. Swisher and Mossberg also have been co-executive editors of the AllThingsD.com website from 2007 until the end of 2013.
Swisher won a Loeb Award while at AllThingsD.com for her coverage of Yahoo. She also writes occasionally for Vanity Fair magazine, which is owned by Condé Nast.
Previously, she worked as a reporter at The Washington Post. She is also the author of “aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web,” published by Times Business Books in July 1998. The sequel, “There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future,” was published in the fall of 2003 by Crown Business Books.
Swisher was an undergraduate at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and did her graduate work at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.