Nick Thompson Biography
Nick Thompson born Nicholas Thompson is an American technology journalist. He is currently the Editor in Chief of Wired and formerly the editor of the NewYorker.com. Thompson is a contributor for CBS News and regularly appears on CBS This Morning and CBSN.
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He was born in 1975. He is 44 years old.
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Nick Thompson Education
Nicholas Thompson graduated high school from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1993. In 1997, he graduated from Stanford University Phi Beta Kappa and with honors. He earned a double major in Earth Systems and Political Science, while also completing a third degree in Economics. He was also a United States Truman Scholar and vice president of the student government.
Nick Thompson Books
Thompson, Nicholas (2009). The hawk and the dove : Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the history of the Cold War.
Essays and reporting
- Thompson, Nicholas (March 31, 2014). “My friend, Stalin’s daughter”. Personal History. The New Yorker. 90 (6): 30–37.
- Thompson, Nicholas (February 12, 2018). “Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook—and the World”. Wired.
- Thompson, Nicholas (November 2, 2018). “An Aging Marathoner Tries to Run Fast After 40.” Wired.
- Thompson, Nicholas (October 23, 2018). “The AI Cold War That Threatens Us All.” Wired.
- Thompson, Nicholas (August 14, 2017). “Instagram’s Kevin Systrom Wants to Clean Up the Internet.” Wired.
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Wired’s Nick Thompson: Facebook needs to pivot news feed to quality
Nick Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, recently co-authored a story on how the 2016 election shook Facebook and catapulted them into an identity crisis. As he investigated this story over two years, it refined his own digital strategy and views towards Facebook’s role in the business of news.
“The fundamental thing I want Facebook to do is change news feed so that it rewards quality content,” said Thompson on this week’s episode of the Digiday Podcast. “If you write a story that isn’t on the moment, it will not travel on Facebook, even if it makes people feel informed and educated. By changing the way news feed is measured and changing the data points that go into creating the news feed, I hope the news feed is where quality thrives — focusing on time well-spent, prioritizing trust-worthiness, informed-ness, quality content.”
Thompson discusses the story, what it means when the world of Silicon Valley collides with Washington, why he remains optimistic about Facebook’s interests aligning with publishers’ interests, and more.
Adopted from: digiday.com