Krista Szasz Stoker

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Coffee Geek Mark Prince Preaches the Gospel of Good Coffee

MagMaker / August 14, 2013<p>For most people, coffee is a drink that makes mornings vaguely more tolerable. But for Mark Prince, a good cup of coffee is …

DIY Dynamo Bonnie Rush Reveals How She Does It All

MagMaker / August 23, 2013<p>“Do it yourself” projects are more than just a hobby for Bonnie Rush; DIY is the essence of how she experiences the world. …

We Made This Magazine During the Flipboard Chinatown Photowalk

MagMaker / August 27, 2013<p>Last Saturday morning, an intrepid group of photographers joined Flipboard for our inaugural Magmaker Photowalk in San …

What Happened When I Fell Into Fantomette's Wonderful World of Flipboard Magazines

What Happened When I Fell Into Fantomette’s Wonderful World of Flipboard Magazines<p>MagMaker / August 28, 2013<p>It’s always a treat to find a Flipboard …

Five of the Most Popular Types of Flipboard Magazine

MagMaker / September 3, 2013<p>There are two questions would-be MagMakers often ask:<p>a) What’s the best way to use a Flipboard magazine?<p>b) Are there …

Oops! How to Remove Stories from Your Flipboard Magazines

MagMaker / September 19, 2013<p>It happens: Perhaps your finger slipped, so you ended up adding a story to the wrong magazine by mistake. Or maybe you …

FlipVino: Join Us in San Francisco for an Evening of Wine Tasting and Magazine Making

MagMaker / October 11, 2013<p>Our first-ever Magmaker Event was a photowalk in San Francisco’s Chinatown, and it was a ton of fun.<p>It was so much fun, in …

What Lies Beneath

Deep below the streets of New York City lie its vital organs—a water system, subways, railroads, tunnels, sewers, drains, and power and cable lines—in a vast, three-dimensional tangle. Penetrating this centuries-old underworld of caverns, squatters, and unmarked doors, William Langewiesche follows …