Seth Fiegerman works as a tech reporter at Business Insider where he mainly writes about Apple. Before that he covered tech and consumer news as a reporter at TheStreet.com and worked as an editor at Playboy Magazine. His work has been featured in dozens of publications including Newsweek, NPR, Kiplinger, Portfolio and The Huffington Post. Seth also runs a literary blog called OpeningLines.org, which features interviews with famous writers and musicians about how they got their start. When he's not writing, Seth is usually either reading in Prospect Park or making a fool of himself playing folk music at an open mic. You can follow Seth on Twitter @sfiegerman and find more of his work on his personal website sethfiegerman.com.
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