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Codebreaker: Cracking engagement for on-demand audio

I made a pilot episode of Codebreaker over two years ago. Last Spring, I finally got some help in making a show that takes an unflinching look at technology while experimenting with audience engagement in some new and interesting ways. I am of course biased, but we’ve had some nice validation in the press: Wired, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Current, Ars Technica, AV Club, the list goes on. Continue reading

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Slate’s YouTube Channel: Can I write 150 Words That Matter?

It’s been a strange few years for me professionally. After nearly a decade reporting and editing for newspapers—a gig I mostly enjoyed despite the doom and gloom in an industry forever changed by the internet—I left to work in another … Continue reading

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