Category Archives: Android

What I’m Reading: The Moment Magazine

“Nothing useless can be truly beautiful,” said the English textile designer and writer William Morris. A century later, one man made it his life’s work to echo the need for both form and function. Months before his passing, Apple cofounder … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Travel + Leisure on Flipboard

When “Camera and Travel” became “Travel + Leisure” in 1971, it combined the renowned photography of the former with the most experienced travel journalism of the latter. Today, the result is a magazine filled with inspirational images and articles to … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Catholic Church Debate

Over 19 months ago, Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis. The pontiff has since changed the face of the Catholic Church, speaking out against income inequality and poverty and about the importance of family and responsible government. While the Pope … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Architect of the Capitol Stephen Ayers

They say design is the world’s oldest discipline. And maybe the most essential: From freeways to French fries, the stuff of modern civilization had to be crafted by designers—engineers, artisans and architects—with the capacity to understand and execute the needs … Continue reading

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Table for Two: Serious Eats Joins Flipboard

Before becoming the “missionary of delicious,” foodie Ed Levine had two great passions: baseball and jazz. After throwing one too many curveballs, Levine migrated to music full-time, becoming the pop critic for The New York Times. But while Levine enjoyed … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: Women Take Center Stage

“We are having a moment,” Barnard College President Debora Spar told The New York Times. “Young women are identifying as feminist at levels and in ways that haven’t been seen since the 1970s.” Spar appears to be onto something if … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Pretty Little Liars’ Sara Shepard

Imagine being sure of your professional calling while your peers played princess and scrambled on monkey bars. “I was one of those kids who didn’t really play dress up or didn’t play outside,” says author Sara Shepard, the mind behind … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: William Holman of Guerilla Furniture Design

Will Holman is a one-man design studio. Trained as an architect, the multi-disciplinarian took it upon himself to approach buildings from all angles. After graduating from Virginia Tech, he poured concrete at urban laboratory Acrosanti, taught carpentry to rural kids … Continue reading

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On the FRONTLINE with Flipboard

Since its launch in 1983, PBS’s long-form primetime series FRONTLINE has provided deep coverage and impactful reports on the toughest subjects facing our world. With a self-described commitment to “credible, thoughtful reporting combined with powerful narrative,” FRONTLINE has tackled Ebola, … Continue reading

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It’s a Hoot: Flip Content from Hootsuite into Flipboard Magazines

Flipboard magazines just got a social boost. As of today, Hootsuite users can easily flip content from their dashboards into Flipboard magazines. It’s another fast, efficient way to share updates from Twitter, Facebook and other platforms right into Flipboard. All … Continue reading

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