Monthly Archives: May 2013

BBC Autos Joins the Flipboard Garage

News junkies rely upon the BBC to deliver authoritative journalism told from a uniquely British perspective. Gearheads will appreciate how BBC Autos does much the same thing — for coverage of cars, the auto industry, automotive technology and motorsports. BBC … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Acknowledging That Summer is Almost Here, Sort of

In case you missed the memo, it\’s now OK to wear white pants. Just as the groundhog is synonymous with the arrival of spring, so are white pants a signal that summer is almost here. And by “almost,” we mean … Continue reading

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On The Red Couch with Architizer’s Marc Kushner

Marc Kushner considers himself a bit of a pariah in his family. He chose the world of architecture over the family business of real estate—which is a particularly big deal given his last name: the Kushners have significantly impacted the … Continue reading

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Uproxx, FilmDrunk and Warming Glow Bring the Online Watercooler to Flipboard

We live in interesting times. Thanks to the viral power of online social networks, the lines that separate professionally produced content from amateur creative projects and current events have become increasingly blurry. The result is that it now seems perfectly … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Twisters, Startups, Dustups, Layups and Arrested Development

The week started in tragedy as an F5 tornado with 200 mile-per-hour winds that barreled through Moore, Okla., a suburban town just outside Oklahoma City. It ripped apart 13,000 homes, left roughly $2 billion in damages and 24 dead in … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Lonely Planet Founder Tony Wheeler

Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen together founded Lonely Planet in 1973. After completing his MBA from the London School of Business in 1972, Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen decided to take a year off and spend their honeymoon … Continue reading

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Fodor’s Travel Lands on Flipboard

The detailed country guides published in the early years of Fodor\’s Travel came from talented writers—and spies. Eugene Fodor, the founder of the iconic travel guide franchise, worked for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and the … Continue reading

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Flipboard for Travelers and Adventure Seekers (Even Just Armchair Ones)

“Flipboard For You” is our bi-weekly series highlighting how different groups of people can make the most out of Flipboard. This edition is focused on anyone who loves to travel. Here are tips to help plan your next trip, inspire … Continue reading

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Week in Review: Flipboard Magazines Are Watching the Watchers

This week provided a rude awakening about the perils of life in the Information Age. On Wall Street, many were horrified this week to learn that Bloomberg journalists had used secret backdoors to monitor the activities of clients using the … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Martin Dickson from the Financial Times

Martin Dickson\’s career with the Financial Times has taken him all over the world. After starting out as an African affairs correspondent in the mid-1970s, Dickson returned to the FT\’s headquarters in London, then moved to New York, before again … Continue reading

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