How Albert Chen remade himself to keep telling the stories he loves
Albert Chen had the dream job in sports journalism for nearly 20 years. He started as an intern and worked all the way up to senior editor of legendary sports magazine Sports Illustrated. And then, everything changed. Suddenly, the lifelong […]
How Matt Gourley went from goofing off on a podcast no one listened to to cracking wise with Conan O'Brien
Matt Gourley says he might have been the first analog podcaster, which makes perfect sense if you’ve ever heard Conan O’Brien roasting him for his love of vintage items—like, say, his beloved phone that was once owned by Dwight D. […]
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