Why Walter Isaacson writes about innovators who make history
Clip: 10/11/2018 | 3m 31s
Author, journalist and professor Walter Isaacson has delved into the lives of influential figures ranging from Leonardo da Vinci to Ada Lovelace. He believes that those who thrive at the intersection of arts and sciences are the ones who will become a part of history. Isaacson shares his Brief but Spectacular take on what’s it’s like to write about people.
Aired: 10/11/18Video has closed captioning.
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