Monthly Archives: April 2013

Flipboardistas, Rejoice! Remodelista and Gardenista Launch

Remodelista, which calls itself a “sourcebook for considered living,” started in the Mill Valley, CA, living room of Julie Carlson. An erstwhile New Yorker magazine copy editor with a great eye for design, Carlson pretty much lived on her Macbook … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Spring Has Sprung, and Other Tidings of the Season

Earth Week coincided with a general feeling (in most of the northern hemisphere, anyway) that perhaps summer will happen after all. And while the final act of the Boston Bombings tragedy continued to dominate the news cycle, by week\’s end, … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Bureau of Trade\’s Michael Phillips Moskowitz

Michael Phillips Moskowitz is not a man who would ever wear sweats. Not even in the privacy of his own home. Not even in the hospital. Moskowitz always lives the exquisite style you\’ll find on his site, Bureau of Trade. … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Waco, Wackos and Wallpaper

The horrific bombing attack on the Boston Marathon and subsequent mayhem riveted the nation. The series of events, which unfolded with the pacing of a Hollywood script, actually pushed a fertilizer plant explosion that killed 12 people in West, Texas, … Continue reading

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Flip ‘n’ Sip in San Francisco

If you enjoy making and reading magazines on Flipboard and you live in the Bay Area, we’d love to invite you to our first Flip ‘n’ Sip, a community event where you can hang out with Flipboard readers, curators and … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Marketplace Host Kai Ryssdal

Hosting American Public Media\’s popular daily business program is an unlikely job for a man who started out as a Navy pilot. But nothing about Kai Ryssdal is predictable. The 6\’1 Emory graduate went to sea shortly after school, where … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Cents, Marketplace Comes to Flipboard

For 24 years, Marketplace, a daily radio program on American Public Media, has relied on the art of storytelling to break down the sophisticated world of business. It relies on Kelly Johnson\’s KISS model, coupled with a witty tone and … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Thatcher, North Korea and Birds

The death of Margaret Thatcher and the escalation of tensions in North Korea dominated the news last week. Our readers built scores of great magazines to put those events into a broader context. Here are a few worthy of your … Continue reading

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Half a Million and Counting…

It’s been two weeks since the new edition of Flipboard was released, allowing readers to collect and curate things they love into magazines on Flipboard. If you haven’t had a chance to download Flipboard 2.0, be sure to upgrade today. … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Graffiti Blogger Jowy Romano

Besides its primary role of transportation, the New York City subway system is a moving gallery. However, its form is subtle. To the average person, the graffiti etching over an ad or scribble on a map might not be much, … Continue reading

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