Category Archives: Android

The Week in Review: What Defines an American?

In 1993, 12-year-old Jose Antonio Vargas boarded a flight in his native Philippines and landed in the United States, where he’s lived ever since as an undocumented immigrant. Today Vargas is a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, immigration rights activist and filmmaker. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: artnet’s Sophie Neuendorf

Keeping up with the art world requires curiosity, persistence and good taste. But when the internet has opened the floodgates for artistic expression, it becomes hard to tell what “good” means, or whether the criteria needs to change. One of … Continue reading

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Spotlight On: Travel Back to Japan Through Flipboard

Every time I look at a Flipboard magazine from Japan, I feel I transported back to my country, which I left in 2005 to become a freelance editor. I’ve since found my way to Palo Alto, California, where I now … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Style Icon Garance Doré

The fashion industry is like a walled garden: beautiful inside, full of exotic and towering specimens holding court. Perched on a hedge you’ll find fashion writer and illustrator Garance Doré, whose eponymous blog brought humanity and charisma to haute couture. … Continue reading

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The UK’s Spectator Brings Its Provocative Voices to Flipboard

Established in 1828, The Spectator is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language and has long had a taste for controversy. From George Brimley’s essay questioning the intellectual worth of Dickens (1853) to then-Editor Ian Gilmour’s firm views … Continue reading

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#flipshopping: Beach Reads

Reading outside is one of the greatest parts of summer. Whether you intend to spend some time at the beach, a lake, a pool, or just hanging out in your backyard, we’ve picked our favorite page-turners just in time for … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading: Todd Mundt of Audible.com

Todd Mundt reads for a living. Formerly the editorial director for NPR Digital Services, Mundt narrates the New Yorker and both the Harvard Business and Technology Reviews on Audible.com. With over 25 years of experience working in radio, Mundt has … Continue reading

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The Week in Review: The Evolution of Marriage Equality

Though it’s been a year since the Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), both political and public opinion is evolving. On Wednesday, federal courts in Utah and Indiana overturned a ban against same-sex marriages, … Continue reading

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New CNN Magazines Debut on Flipboard

It’s been three months since CNN launched its nonstop news coverage and video clips on Flipboard, along with magazines curated by hosts like John King, Fareed Zakaria and Jake Tapper. Since then, the CNN team has launched a slew of … Continue reading

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On the Red Couch with Food Writer Ruth Reichl

Some wear many hats; Ruth Reichl preferred wigs. That’s because, as the food critic for The New York Times from 1993 to 1999, Reichl discovered that her headshot was placed in restaurant kitchens throughout the country. Chefs would scan dining … Continue reading

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