Outside Magazine | April 15, 2016
This generation’s best climbers built their skills in climbing gyms. Now they’re venturing onto big walls.
Surfer Magazine | July 1, 2014
Surfers in the Maldives are furious about foreign companies buying up their home breaks. But can it be stopped?
VICE | March 6, 2014
Countries around the world are amassing DNA databanks that are being used to investigate, solve and even predict crimes before they happen. Where is this reliance on genetics leading us?
VICE | Jan. 30, 2014
At the heart of the 23andMe debate is the question of whether health practitioners should continue sheltering people from their personal health information.
Surfer Magazine | Oct. 1, 2013
An economist takes a close look at how quality wave breaks factor into home prices along California’s coast — and finds that living near surf spots is as important to homeowners as good schools and clean air.
The Atlantic | Sept. 10, 2013
As news of the NSA’s extensive spying operations continues to unfold, digital privacy activists are teaching Germans how to shield their web activity from the feds.
The Washington Post | June 27, 2013
Elated gay couples on both coasts of the U.S. celebrated two milestone Supreme Court decisions that validate same-sex marriage.
VICE | April 21, 2013
As the Internet regulator ICANN prepares to legitimize a bevy of new web domain suffixes, some companies and institutions are laying claim to odd real estate as a means of protecting their brands.
VICE | Jan. 17, 2013
SeekingArrangement.com is pretty straightforward. Attractive young women trade on their looks. Rich old men pay for affection. Some crafty college co-eds are now using the service to cover their tuition.
VICE | Dec. 5, 2012
A San Francisco artist and mycologist molds mushrooms into sturdy, bullet-proof, ergonomic shapes. Could fungus be the future of sustainable building?
VICE | Nov. 06, 2012
Most everyone has taken a keen liking to crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter — including money laundering fraudsters.