Media Appearances

How much does the flu cost Americans each year? - WGN radio

1/11/2017 - Why the 2017-18 flu season is particularly bad, and how this year it could cost Americans more than 10.4 billion dollars in medical expenses.

Are Millennials Really Ruining Everything? - WSJ's Money, Markets, and More

6/2/2017 - Millennials have been accused of ruining everything from movies, to focus groups and even churchgoing -- but are they just getting a bad rap?

Hackers Attack Home-Buyers: What You Need to Know - WSJ's Money, Markets, and More

January 12, 2017 - I discuss a rising hacking scam in the real estate world.

Is the Dinner Date Dead? - WSJ's Money, Markets, and More

January 5, 2017 - I discussed my story about shifting trends in the dating world

Could Trump's Win Impact U.S. Travel? - WSJ's Money, Markets, and More

November 25, 2016 - I discussed my story about whether Donald Trump's policies could slow inbound tourism. 

Venmo Etiquette - Megan Morrone's Tech News Today

May 19, 2016 - I discussed my controversial article about whether Venmo is making us all stingy.

Amazon's Aerosmith - Mike Elgan's Tech News Today

November 24, 2015 - I talked about my story on Amazon's move into shipping with its secretive air cargo operation. 

Motherboard Tech Reviews - It's Eric Nagel' Show on SiriusXM

October 30, 2015 - I discussed GamerGate's SXSW controversy and Silk Road.

Why Does Facebook Suggest You Friend Your Tinder Matches? - Radio Motherboard

October 16, 2015 - I tried to answer why so many people see former dating app matches appearing in their suggested friends lists on social media.

Talking about the Silk Road Trial - BBC World Service

February 4, 2015 - I spoke on a segment of the radio show about the darknet drug market and the verdict in the court case of its creator, Ross Ulbricht.

Everything You Need to Know About the Silk Road Trial - Radio Motherboard

January 23, 2015 - I discussed the beginnings of the trial of Ross Ulbricht and the allegations that Bitcoin entreprenuer Mark Karpeles was behind the darknet drug market.