Tag Archives: richard wrangham
AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland. In 2000, I lost one of my closest friends, Rusty King, who was my news-writing mentor and advocate when he was a copy editor on the National desk at the New York Times and I was a little scut copyboy most editors didn’t see unless they shouted “COPY!” (Rusty's fellow copy editors, @FromCarl and @EricAsimov, were also there and were wonderful to us urchins as well—thank you, guys! And where is Jeanne Pinder, who was on Foreign, and ...
As I've said before, the best things happen when you get carried away. Two people who share this view are Diane Cu and Todd Porter, photographers and filmakers, aka whiteonricecouple. Two weeks ago, at the BlogHer food conference in San Farancisco, they asked to film me talking, I'm still not sure why. Diane said she wanted to film me thinking. I thought that was going to be kind of difficult. I'd just come from the concluding keynote panel with glutenfreegirl and orangette, two people I really admire, and had a few minutes before heading to a bacon curing demo orchestrated by Elise. I've got no excuses other than the six cups of coffee before the panel. The book of which I speak, is Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human, by Harvard Anthropologist Richard Wrangham. I've talked about this book before. ...