By alex on July 20, 2016
In Autism Talk TV Ep. 26, I speak with authors John Donvan and Caren Zucker about their bestselling book on the history of autism, In a Different Key: The Story of Autism. In addition to being authors, Donvan and Zucker have worked for ABC News, where Donvan is an Emmy award winning correspondent and Zucker […]
By alex on September 22, 2015
In this incredibly interesting and extremely lengthy interview, I speak with Steve Silberman, the author of NeuroTribes, a fascinating book about the history of autism. If you have any interest in autism, I urge you to buy his book and read the whole thing because it will not only change the way you think about […]
By alex on September 5, 2010
Welcome back to Autism Talk TV. In episode seven, Alex and Jack are back for part two of our interview with Steve Silberman of Wired Magazine, author of the groundbreaking article, "The Geek Syndrome," which addresses the "epidemic of autism" in Silicon Valley. Part one of the interview can be seen in the sixth episode of Autism Talk TV. As the interview continues, Steve shares several important contributions to society made by individuals...
By alex on August 29, 2010
For the sixth episode of Autism Talk TV, Alex and Jack snag an exclusive interview with Steve Silberman, known primarily for his work as a writer for Wired Magazine. Ten years ago, Steve published his article "The Geek Syndrome," one of the most famous magazine pieces on the topic of autism, addressing the apparent "epidemic of autism" in Silicon Valley. In this episode Steve shares his story about what got him so gosh darn interested in...