I no longer read the Economist. I just listen to it – thanks to the Economist audio edition! It almost feels like I am listening to a radio station with some of the finest handpicked playlists, but without any of the usual baloney. It is also convenient, and saves me time. And that’s exactly why Voice is going to be the next big thing. In not so distant future, Google searching or texting by typing will be an obsolete concept. Instead, we will be talking and listening to intelligent devices and apps. What will then become of the businesses built on making us “read and see” stuff displayed on every possible corners of our screen? Who will be the winners and losers? And will we sacrifice some of our privacy for convenience and time? If you would like to explore these thoughts, listen to this fascinating and inspirational talk by Gary Vaynerchuk.