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Writer, Smithsonian Magazine
As seen in:  Fast Company, Popular Science

Tech editor, writer, obsessive. Toy fanatic. @PopSci @SmithsonianMag & others

This Commuter Bus Runs On Poop

Power to the Internet of Things

scientificamerican.com — Four novel energy-gathering methods will keep gadgets abuzz As many as 50 billion devices will be online by the end of the decade. Along with smart thermostats and appliances, this so-called Internet of Things (IoT) includes swaths of tiny sensors that track everything from steps and calories to humidity and light.

This Smart Lightbulb Adjusts To You

Virtual-Reality Headset Is Reinventing Exposure Therapy

scientificamerican.com — Researchers are using the Oculus Rift to test immersion treatments for PTSD and phobias Albert "Skip" Rizzoof the University of Southern California began studying virtual reality (VR) as psychological treatment in 1993. Since then, dozens of studies, his included, have shown the immersion technique to be effective for everything from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anxiety to phobias and addiction.

Future Cell Phones Will Make Emergency Calls Even When the Network Goes Down

scientificamerican.com — A new cellular standard, LTE Direct, will be approved by the end of the year When Hurricane Sandy battered the Eastern seaboard in 2012, it took down up to half of all cellular towers in the hardest-hit areas. The storm highlighted a flaw in our reliance on wireless phones as a primary means of communication.

Google Can Now Delete Your Past -- But How Much Should Be Erased?

popsci.com — In the late 1990s, Mario Costeja González ran into financial trouble and a bank foreclosed on his house in Spain. Eventually he put the situation behind him, but more than a decade later, newspaper notices of the subsequent auction still popped up in Web searches for his name.

Self-Driving Cars Get New Laws in California

scientificamerican.com — Self-driving vehicles get new laws in California The law is finally catching up to driverless cars. As of September 16, the state of California-home of auto newcomer Google-will require test drivers to have a special license, like a trucker or school bus driver.

A Solar-Powered Phone That Will Never Go Dark

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Aug 12, 2014

I picked quite the day to read last month's @TheAtlantic cover story on genius and mental illness http://www.the atlantic.com/features/archi…

Aug 04, 2014

@lanewinfield working on a story about clever digital privacy tools, and would love to feature Cloak. Hit me back, and let's chat!

Jul 24, 2014

@ftarnogol would love to talk VR with you for a story. you can contact me through iozzio.com

Jun 20, 2014

IMAX isn't done pushing the limits of big-screen spectacle. (my first @FastCo contribution) bit.ly/1prS07T

Jun 17, 2014

@susannahlocke @TatesBakeShop I'll bring down a month's supply when I visit. Let's hope they survive the train ride :)

Jun 16, 2014

Procrastinating starting my next task with a pile of @TatesBakeShop chocolate chip cookies & missing @susannahlocke

Jun 16, 2014

Just submitted a 1600-word draft, the longest I've written since college. Brain hurts. Too many years as an FOB editor has its consequences.

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