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Writer, Smithsonian Magazine

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

This Sleeve Will Help Save PItchers' Arms

popsci.com — Hurtling fastball, after curveball, after slider puts incredible strain on a pitcher's arm, which, over time, can cause painful tears in the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). To make matters worse, pitching coaches can do little to predict the injury.

LED Lights Are The Future Of Urban Farming-At Least If Philips Has Anything To Say About It

fastcoexist.com — Forty-five minutes outside Chicago, there is a warehouse. From the outside, this warehouse is like any other. Inside, however, instead of crates and boxes, it contains stacks and stacks of fresh herbs, greens, and lettuce, growing under the carefully tuned glow of 7,000 Philips LED-powered grow strips.

These Are The Three Best Chef Knives Available

maxim.com — A chef's knife is more than a knife - it's an extension of a cook's hand. Armed with a well crafted blade, can slice vegetables, smash garlic, hack through hunks of meat, and complete nearly every cutting task a meal requires.

How to Encrypt Your Phone in Five Minutes

maxim.com — Say there's this woman. You went out twice. (Or was it three times?) Maybe you're just not feeling it, or perhaps she has an unsettling fondness for obscure emojis. Whatever the case, things didn't work out. But she's already neck-deep in your digital business-thumbs-upping your Facebook statuses, sending you Snapchats of her parents' engagement photos.

How Smart Is Your Artificial Intelligence?

popsci.com — In 1950, Alan Turing, a pioneer of artificial intelligence (AI), proposed what's now known as the Turing Test-an evaluation of a machine's ability to behave like a human. Though there's still plenty of room to improve, many AI systems are nearing Turing's benchmark.

Contact Lens Sees Eye Disease Before It Strikes

popsci.com — Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness, affecting some 60 million people worldwide. It's also highly treatable, if caught early. The disease typically occurs when fluid pressure inside the eye rises, choking the optic nerve and causing irreparable damage.

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.
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Mar 24, 2015

@UselessDuck would love to feature one of your projects in a story I'm working on for an issue of Popular Science. DM me ASAP for more info

Feb 13, 2015

Maimi cops trying to spoof @waze is just the latest in a series of failed attempts to trick users. #cantfootthecrowd theverge.com/2015/2/12/8025…

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

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