The Wall Street Journal has been the home to the majority of my feature stories on trends, travel, fitness and design the last few years -- CEO profiles, the truth behind marketing changes, the women entrepreneurs making sure their goods are in your closet. Essentially business stories masquerading as styles stories. What's not to love?
The New York Times Styles section covers a bit of everything. It's a little high society, a little serious, a little tongue in cheek. And they aren't afraid of being in on the joke. It makes these stories really fun to write.
Writing Your Senator? New Stationery Adds Flair to the Message
When those encouraging political resistance called for citizens to send postcards to lawmakers, the stationery world -- from tiny companies to Paperless Post -- went straight to their drawing boards and letterpresses. Many of the cards are non-partisan; nearly all of them are pleasing to the eye.
The New York Times, April 20, 2017 Photo courtesy of Dahlia Press
Welcome to the Podcast. First, a Word from Our Celebrity
Two things that tell you a lot about a person: how they decorate the spaces they love the most, and where they choose to spend their days off. I've talked to a CEO whose waterfall-laden weekend property is dotted with teepees and one whose girlfriend's failed yoga handstand resulted in game-changing redesign. And then there's the one about new moms who prefer nesting in a whole lot of gray.
Supreme Court coverage to iPhone case litigation. Lawyers. Little guys. And more patents than you can imagine. Who doesn't love a good fight?
(Sign-of-the-times note: The vast majority of my more than two years of legal reporting for Reuters is now behind an impenetrable paywall at Westlaw. So the Reuters article here is a tiny collection of all.that.work.)
NYU's Intellectual Property Faculty -- the Deep Dive