It’s been a big month for posts! I interviewed one of my favorite comic artists, Evan Dorkin, who I first interviewed for a zine back in high school. My article on food deserts, which I’ve been working on for some time, finally went live. And, of course, it’s always a good month when I get to write for The Intercept. Check out those pieces and a few links below.
- Hit App Sarahah Quietly Uploads Your Address Book (The Intercept) Security research Zach Julian caught the app uploading emails and phone numbers right after it is first launched. You can check out his write-up on the Bishop Fox site. This post is also available in Portuguese at The Intercept Brasil.
- How To Help 55 Million People Out of Food Deserts (Yes! Magazine) Programs that provide better access to fresh, healthy foods—and help them grow it—can create positive change in low-income communities. This post was republished in Civil Eats.
- Cartoonist in Hell (Folks) Drawing comics for a living isn’t all fun and games, says Evan Dorkin. Especially when you’re living with chronic pain.
- No Pain, No Gain (Folks) Fitness instructor Leslie Nava teaches at a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gym to spite the rare disease which runs in her family… and to inspire her son, who was born with it.
- 12 Steps to a Successful Event (Performance Menu) How to pack the room in your next health & fitness workshop or open house.
- [PODCAST] Trump Bans Transgender Military Recruits (Monday Morning Dumpster Dive) We spoke with Matt Thorn, executive director of OutServe Servicemembers Legal Defense Network.