Richard Anderson, Jon Koike
Jon: Late this summer, we met up in New York City to discuss interactions. We spent a bunch of time in an office and a bunch of time wandering around the city. While we certainly got a fair amount done in the office, I can't help but feel like the time spent in pubs, shops, galleries, and cabs had more impact on the future of the magazine. Richard: Though those office meetings, some with several other people and all facilitated by invaluable whiteboards, were critical, I feel the same as you. To me, this was due, at least in…
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