Engadget’s “Peripheral Vision” series looks at creative people whose work intersects with the tech industry. For episode 009, they talked to yours truly about where podcasting is heading, why Put This On and MaximumFun.org are independent, and some other stuff. Basically I map out the future of the entire media world in a few deft turns of phrase, with time left over to make a perfect soufflé.
British GQ interviewed some of the top dogs at Reddit’s Male Fashion Advice forum. A couple of them gave very generous shout-outs to Put This On - thanks guys! It’s a great read.
Both newsy (a recent post alerted readers to the possible going-out-of-business sale by a beloved thrift shop) and thoughtful (‘reviewing’ takes on new meaning here). Men should bookmark this site yesterday.
Great news, guys! I finally achieved my dream of appearing on public radio’s Marketplace as an expert on a decaying undersea shoe.
The folks at Unpack the Box, a site about the growing subscription-goods world, interviewed me about the Put This On Gentlemen’s Association. What makes a good square? Where does our fabric come from? Find out over at Unpack the Box.
DV Magazine just published a really lovely feature on how our director Ben Harrison puts together Put This On. For those of you interested in filmmaking, or just a peek behind the curtain at the inner workings of our web series, it’s a really interesting read. And the lovely photos by our friend Zac Wolf don’t hurt, either.
The Verge published an interview with me today. I talked with them about unplugging from my smartphone and why today’s media landscape is a bit like thrift store shopping. Check it out; I think you’ll enjoy it.
Andy Sullivan from Reuters called yesterday, wondering what I thought of Paul Ryan’s style choices. The answer is that I don’t think much of them.