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Tom Chatfield was born on 1980 in United Kingdom, is a British author, broadcaster and tech philosopher. Discover Tom Chatfield's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
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Tom Chatfield Height, Weight & Measurements
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Tom Chatfield Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Tom Chatfield worth at the age of 40 years old? Tom Chatfield’s income source is mostly from being a successful Broadcaster. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Tom Chatfield's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Broadcaster|
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Chatfield's debut novel This Is Gomorrah (The Gomorrah Gambit in the US) was published worldwide by Hodder in July 2019, and is the first of a series of techno-thrillers set in the world of the dark net.
Critical Thinking was published in November 2017 as a lead global title by SAGE Publishing, and offers a comprehensive, accessible guide to critical thinking skills for the 21st century.
Live This Book was published in August 2015 by Penguin, and is a print-only journal offering 100 exercises aimed at self-exploration, creativity, and critical thinking about what matters most.
Netymology was published in March 2013 by Quercus, and tells the stories behind 100 of the digital age's most terms and ideas: from the @ and Apple symbols, to grokking, Trojans and zombies.
How to Thrive in the Digital Age was published in May 2012 by Pan Macmillan in association with The School of Life, as part of a six-book series of guides to modern living edited by Alain de Botton. Chatfield's book examines the implications of wired life for contemporary lives, society and culture - and offers practical advice on what it means to prosper in a digital century.
50 Digital Ideas You Really Need to Know was published in September 2011 by Quercus, and introduces 50 key ideas for understanding the digital age, ranging from the basics of email and markup languages to location-based services, virtual goods and the semantic web.
Activism or Slacktivism? was published in July 2011 as a short eBook by Vintage Digital, and examines the impact of new media on politics and political activism.
His first book, on the culture of video games, Fun Inc, was published worldwide in 2010, followed by further books exploring digital culture. He is an associate editor at Prospect magazine, Fellow at The School of Life and past guest faculty member at the Said Business School, Oxford, as well as a columnist for the BBC.
A frequent speaker and consultant on technology and new media, he spoke at TED Global 2010 on "7 ways games reward the brain", was lead content designer and writer on Preloaded's game The End, and appears regularly in the British and international media as a commentator. His work is published in over two dozen languages.
Fun Inc was published in 2010 by Virgin Books in the UK and by Pegasus Books in the US. An investigation of the business, cultural significance and larger lessons to be learned from the video games industry, it addresses popular concerns such as the debate over violence in games, as well as the questions of games as art, as a fundamental human activity, and as an index of ongoing transformations in the social sciences, economics and 21st century life.
Tom Chatfield (born 1980) is a British author, broadcaster and tech philosopher.