Journalist for Fortune, Time, Centurion, Entrepreneur, Mental Floss, The Economist, The Guardian, and others. Writer for a handful of custom publications. Sometimes editor. Occasional ghostwriter.
This billionaire wants to solve California's water problem.
It’s not easy to get a short, crisp Web address.
The Californian city’s Legacy Bars and Restaurants programme is part of a worldwide movement, from Barcelona to Buenos Aires, to identify and protect places of social significance.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s (MGM) Technicolor adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s beloved children’s book, "The Wizard of Oz". And there’s another “oziversary” in 2014: Winkie Con turns 50.
A trip to the Integratron: a journey inside one man’s unusual dream—to reverse aging, commune with other worlds, and travel through time. (Text + photos)
Because sometimes, a city’s greatest strengths lie in its proximity to the wonders around it.
GoEuro users plug in a destination—from a major city to a town or even a village—and the service, which resembles Hipmunk or Kayak, returns listings for rail, air and bus transit, including schedules and pricing.
Record-breaking 700 pinball and classic arcade machines attract hundreds of players – legends and amateurs alike – in definitive proof of hobby-sport’s revival.
How to adapt — and thrive — in a time of ever-evolving connectivity.
Warmed by the sun and cooled by the morning fog from the Pacific, California's Wine Country has the perfect climate for wine making.
One California teen has a vision to make Braille materials more widely available—and more affordable.
Dusting off dated impressions of the equally historic and modern Austrian capital.
Camel milk is hitting the mainstream courtesy of America’s “drome-dairies.” (Text + photos)