The Future Just Happened
"Bestselling writer Michael Lewis is here to tell you in his own voice--Northeastern elite, with just a touch of his New Orleans boyhood--that there's a technological revolution going on. A 15-year-old boy using the Internet became the first minor ever charged with stock market fraud. Furthermore, he got to keep $550,000. Still don't believe the rules are changing? What about TiVo, the black box that allows you to skip all the commercials? Will a similar gadget soon settle national issues with immediate electronic referendums? Lewis reads his own inspired reports with passion and conviction. When he confronts SEC chairman Arthur Levitt, he's right there, in the moment. And so are you. B.H.C. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"