Another large passel of articles I’ve written are out!
- “A T-Shirt Company Tries On A Radical Idea: Tees That Fit Actual Women," about Cotton Bureau’s efforts to make a better T (Fast Company, Sept. 10)
- “Meet The Font Detectives Who Ferret Out Fakery" (Wired, Sept. 13) on the expert typographers who testify in trials about print and type history, sizes, and legibility largely in pursuit of forgery.
- “Where are the flaws in two-factor authentication?” (the Economist, Sept. 13)
- “This 10-Year-Old’s $2 Million Amazon Business Is Leaving Competitors In The Dust" (Fast Company, Sept. 12)
- “Face ID on the iPhone X: Everything you need to know about Apple’s facial recognition” (Macworld, Sept. 15)
- “How Amazon’s Nonstop Growth Is Creating A Brand-New Seattle" (Fast Company, Aug. 24), explaining how Amazon has had a huge impact on Seattle’s downtown, housing, and culture, but is also bringing its dollars and volunteers to local nonprofits that aid those left behind. Pair this with “Amazon’s Quest For An HQ2 Underscores Seattle Growing Pains," which looks at the announcement shortly after my story ran about Amazon wanting to use the clone tool on its Seattle headquarters.
- The first three parts of a six-part series on type and printing revolution for Medium Premium: