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May 6, 2013  • Institute Contributor

NY Ideas

Tomorrow, May 7, we kick off New York Ideas 2013, in partnership with The Atlantic and New-York Historical Society. The second-annual event gathers innovators from across the tech, design, political, and philanthropic worlds. You can join the cutting-edge discussions by watching online here starting at 9:05 AM ET, and contribute your ideas on Twitter with the hashtag #NYIdeas.

Check the schedule below to see when your favorite topics are livestreaming. All times are EDT.

9:05 AM Smart Art Tech Trends

John Maeda, President, Rhode Island School Of Design
Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator Of Architecture & Design, The Museum Of Modern Art
Moderator Darhil Crooks, Creative Director, The Atlantic
Co-Moderator Jen Doll, Senior Writer, The Atlantic Wire

9:05 AM Disrupting The Senate: How One Senator Is Bridging The Divide

Senator Joseph Manchin III, United States Senator (D-WV)
Moderator Margaret Carlson, Columnist, Bloomberg News

9:30 AM Beam Me Up Digerati: Who’s Got Clout In The Cloud

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google; Co-Author, The New Digital Age: Reshaping The Future Of People, Nations And Business
Jared Cohen, Founder & Director, Google Ideas; Co-Author, The New Digital Age: Reshaping The Future Of People, Nations & Business
Moderator Ken Auletta, Annals Of Communications Writer, The New Yorker; Author, Googled: The End Of The World As We Know It

9:35 AM Inventor Chats: Designing Gotham

Tiny Furniture: The NYC Micro-Apartment
Mimi Hoang and Eric Bunge, Partners, nArchitects

Inventing Over The Internet
Ben Kaufman, Founder & CEO, Quirky

Mapping A Googlier World
Michael Jones, Chief Technology Advocate, Google; Creator, Google Earth & Google Maps
Moderator Derek Thompson, Senior Editor, The Atlantic

10:00 AM The New Normal: How Cities Tackle Terrorism

Raymond Kelly, Commissioner, New York City Police Department
Moderator Campbell Brown, Contributor, Wall Street Journal; Former White House Correspondent, NBC

10:20 PM Disrupting The Old Philanthropy

Nancy Mahon, Global Executive Director, MAC AIDS Fund
Jessica Jackley, Venture Partner, The Collaborative Fund; Co-Founder, Kiva
Lauren Bush Lauren, Ceo And Co-Founder, FEED Projects
Moderator Jen Doll, Senior Writer, The Atlantic Wire

10:25 AM Too Cool For School: Better Ways To Learn?

Anant Agarwal, President, edX
Dave Levin, Co-Founder, KIPP Schools
Moderator Walter Isaacson, President & CEO, The Aspen Institute

10:50 AM Cover Power: Can Visual Design Save Print?

Chip Kidd, Associate Art Director, Knopf
Peter Mendelsund, Art Director, Pantheon Press
Stephen Doyle, Creative Director, Doyle Partners; Design Contributor, The New York Times and Wired
Moderator Darhil Crooks, Creative Director, The Atlantic

10:50 AM The Girls Club: Women And Wall Street

Introductory Remarks, Cynthia Fornelli Executive Director, Center For Audit Quality
Sallie Krawcheck, Former President Of Global Wealth Management, Bank Of America
Alexa Von Tobel, CEO, LearnVest
Moderator Steve Clemons, Editor-At-Large, The Atlantic & Quartz (

11:15 AM Start-Up Snapshots

John Borthwick, CEO, Betaworks
Scott Griffith, Former CEO, Zipcar
Ted Leonsis, Co-CEO, Groupon; Owner, Washington Wizards & Washington Capitals
Moderator Megan Garber, Staff Writer, The Atlantic

11:20 AM Rebuilding The Town Square

David Gensler, Co-CEO, Gensler Architecture Firm

11:35 AM 3-D Printing, Robots & Design For The Creative Class

David Belt, Executive Director and Founder, Macro Sea
Maria Aiolova, Co-Founder, Terreform ONE
Jessica Banks, Co-Founder, Rock Paper Robot
Marcel Botha, CEO, 10XBETA
Moderator Megan Garber, Staff Writer, The Atlantic

11:45 AM Robot, Say Yes To The Dress: How Fashion Fell In Love With The Internet

David Gilboa Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Warby Parker
Paul Hurley Founder And Former CEO, ideeli
Moderator Derek Thompson Senior Editor, The Atlantic

12:05 AM Blogging Up A Brand

Leandra Medine, Writer, The Man Repeller
Brandon Stanton, Photographer, Humans Of New York
Maria Popova Editor, Brain Pickings
Moderator Gabriel Snyder, Editor, The Atlantic Wire

12:05 PM How Big Data Shrinks The World And Will Change Everything

Introductory Remarks, Edward H. West, President & CEO, EDMC
Daniel Huttenlocher, Dean & Vice Provost, Cornell NYC Tech Campus
Michael Chui, Principal, Mckinsey Global Institute
Hilary Mason, Chief Scientist, Bitly
Rachel Haot, Chief Digital Officer, City Of New York
Moderator Kevin Delaney, Editor In Chief, Quartz (

1:45 PM Race, The Next New York, And America

Eddie Huang, Author, Fresh Off The Boat: A Memoir; Restaurateur & Owner, Baohaus
Moderator Kurt Andersen, Host, Studio 360

2:10 PM Baked And Wired

Mario Batali, Master Chef & Restaurateur, Del Posto; Featured Chef, Food Network
Deb Perelman, Creator, The Smitten Kitchen
Moderator Corby Kummer, Senior Writer, The Atlantic

2:40 PM Editing The Web

Pete Cashmore, Founder & CEO, Mashable
Moderator Kevin Delaney, Editor-In-Chief, Quartz (

3:05 PM Game Of Screens: Reinventing TV?

Richard Plepler, CEO, Home Box Office (HBO)
Moderator Willie Geist, Co-Host Morning Joe; Co-Anchor, The Today Show

3:30 PM Life After Moneyball: Running America’s Baseball Team

Randy Levine, President, The New York Yankees
Moderator Pete Dominick, Political Commentator and Anchor, Sirius XM Radio and CNN

3:55 PM Hospitals Make You Sick? Author Of The Best-Selling Time Cover Ever Decodes Health Care

Steven Brill Author, Time’s “Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us”
Moderator Richard Wolffe, Vice President & Executive Editor,

4:20 PM Not A Mel Gibson Movie: What Women Want In 2013

Gretchen Rubin, Author, The Happiness Project and Happier At Home
Kate Bolick, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
Moderator James Bennet, Editor-In-Chief, The Atlantic

4:50 PM Legendary Innovation

John Legend, Grammy Award-winning musician
Moderator Ta-Nehisi Coates, Senior Editor, The Atlantic