Josh’s experience at the intersection of technology, media and business began 14 years ago at Forbes Magazine, where he chronicled the brainiacs and billionaires behind the turn-of-the-century tech upheaval, while opening Forbes’ Bay area offices. Before joining Attention Span in 2008, he was a Contributing Editor at Wired Magazine and a writer for Vanity Fair, Outside, and shelf loads of other publications. He has also worked as a Copywriter for advertising juggernauts Wieden + Kennedy and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. His Wired story “Drug Test Cowboys,” about professional pharmaceutical trial participants, was optioned by Comedy Central. Josh graduated from Yale in 1992 with a BA in English. His efforts to dunk a basketball are the subject of Dunkumentary, a documentary that screened at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. From 2010 to 2014, Josh served as president of the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco’s INFORUM division.
It’s like full malls that are attached to stadiums and green outdoor space and all of that. I think you’re going to see a lot more of that, just a better use of space and stadium operators figuring out how to keep people there longer so you’re not just driving up, going to the game and leaving. You’re making a day of it or maybe an overnight of it.28 December 2021