Technology Writer, Bloomberg BusinessWeek
I'm a feature writer covering technology for Bloomberg Businessweek. Former scribe for The New York Times, The Economist and The Register.
reddit.com — Hi everybody, I'm Roger Federer. Excited to be using reddit for the first time! I'll be on here to answer your questions for 45min, **starting at ar...
businessweek.com — For three seasons on A's hit reality show Storage Wars, in which professional buyers with strong personalities bid on abandoned storage lockers and try to flip the contents for a profit, Dave Hester played the villain. Hester was confident, clever, brusque-and equipped with a catchphrase. Always
marketplace.org — Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel discusses his visit to Google's X Lab. He says the labs are a place where scientists can think big ideas, with a lot of freedom.
A Painfully Awkward Interview Where I Attempt to Get Bradley Cooper to Admit The Hangover Part III Is a Bad Filmpajiba.com — By Dustin Rowles | Film Reviews | May 23, 2013 | Comments (View) ( Author's Note: The following interview took place soon after a screening of The Hangover Part III in a hotel room, where journalists are given 15 minute blocks to interview Cooper, who was casually dressed in a baseball cap, sneakers, jeans, and a T-shirt.
modernfarmer.com — William von Schneidau once fed blueberries to quails, just to see what would happen. Turns out, their meat took on a purplish hue, with a light sweetness to the taste. But you probably didn't open this article to read about von Schneidau's delicate, berry-fed quail.
businessweek.com — Elon Musk's "Summer of Revenge Tour" continues. His electric car company Tesla Motors just cut the government a $451.8 million check, which means that Tesla has paid off its entire Department of Energy loan plus interest. "Following this payment, Tesla will be the only American car company to have
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