"Friday, as part of a five hour music marathon at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass., producer and composer Brian Eno‘s 'Music For Airports' will get a live treatment in a first-ever collaboration between two trailblazers of contemporary classical music: the Kronos Quartet and the Bang On A Can All-Stars." This article includes audio of the WBUR interview with Bang on a Can bassist Robert Black.
This article, which ran in multiple outlets, discusses two papers, one of which was written by MIT's David Autor, and suggests that reading the two will clearly illustrate the following message: "Globalization and the technology revolution are increasing productivity and prosperity. But those rewards are unevenly shared."
"The conflict in Afghanistan risks becoming the 'forgotten war' as the West's attention turns to events in Libya and the Middle East, David Miliband has warned...Ahead of a major speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Mr Miliband said: 'The epochal events in the Middle East this year have redefined foreign policy.'"
MIT professor Sherry Turkle is quoted in a piece about the human relationship with technology, social networking, and the pscyhological ramifications of using such technology, such as FOMO, "fear of missing out."