Staff picks: What PopTech is reading now
Here at PopTech, we've always got our collective noses stuck in a magazine, online or print. What follows is a compilation of articles that have left the greatest impression on the PopTech team in the past few weeks.
- On Chernobyl by Keith Gessen and Svetlana Alexievich, N+1 (Andy Dayton, Web Designer)
- Impact Market Failure by Kevin Starr, Stanford Social Innovation Review (Ollie Wilder, Program Manager, PopTech Accelerator)
- The Girl in the Window by Lane DeGregory, St. Petersburg Times and follow-up story (Andrew Zolli, Curator and Executive Director)
- A Murder Foretold by David Grann, The New Yorker (Emily Spivack, Editor-in-Chief)
- States Look to Ban Efforts to Reveal Farm Abuse by A.Z. Sulzberger, New York Times (Deanna Lafond, Executive Assistant)
- People are Awesome: This Guy Scuba Dived into the Tsunami to Rescue His Wife and Mother by Cord Jefferson, GOOD (Becky Sennett, Marketing and Media Associate)
- Farther Away by Jonathan Franzen, The New Yorker (Assistant, Sarah Graalman)
- Voices from Chernobyl by Svetlana Alexievich, The Paris Review (Keryn Gottshalk, Participant Facilitator)
- Of the 1%, By the 1%, For the 1% by Joseph E. Stiglitz, Vanity Fair (Louis Juska, Director of Technology)
- Social Animal by David Brooks, The New Yorker (Emily Qualey, Online Producer)
Stay tuned: more Staff picks coming soon!
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