Selected Blog Posts and REsearch Articles

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Truman Capote's Black and White Ball: An American Exhibit

A strange and mesmerizing event took place in New York City on November 28, 1966. Hundreds of influential men and women of the day donned masks, slipped into their finery, and went to a ball hosted by author Truman Capote. The fashion of the era called for splashy colors. But the guests only wore two that evening: black and white.

Harvard Extension School, October 2016. 

The Interns Are Coming

Pre-law and law students exist in a bubble.
These greenhorns probably have no idea what working at a law firm is like. They don’t know about the drudgery, or how long the hours are, or that it’s not like an episode of Suits.

It might be time to dispel their illusions. 

eGenerationMarketing Blog, May 2017.

IoT: The Internet of Vulnerable Things

Internet of Things (IoT) devices present us with a promise. They promise that our lives will become more convenient when we connect our home assistants, Smart TVs, and security devices to the Internet. For many people, this ends up being true. IoT devices can harness the Internet to save you time and summon powerful resources at the sound of your voice.

However, that promise comes with a caveat.

Veridium Blog, October 2017.