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James Gleick

James Gleick (1954 - ) is a native of New York City. Gleick graduated from Harvard College, one of two major schools located within Harvard University, in 1976. After founding Metropolis, an alternative weekly newspaper based in Minneapolis, Gleick returned to New York where he worked as a reporter and editor for The New York Times. Gleick has also served as the McGraw Distinguished Lecturer at Princeton University from 1989-90. He collaborated with eminent nature photographer Eliot Porter on the Nature's Chaos, which discussed the presence of chaos as it appears in the natural world. Gleick also worked on Chaos: The Software by Autodesk. In 1993, Gleick founded an early internet service called The Pipeline based in New York. Gleick also served as the first editor of the Best American Science Writing series.

Gleick has several best selling books to his credit, including his first, "Chaos: Making a New Science." "Chaos...

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