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The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 23, 2015)

This week The Daily Edition was filled with big news stories and interesting conversations, from the crash of Germanwings flight 9525 and the …

Angelina Jolie

The Week in Review: Jolie’s Choice Sparks Health Conversation

Inside Flipboard / March 27, 2015

Actress, filmmaker and activist Angelina Jolie Pitt opened up this week about her decision to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes as a preventive measure, in an op-ed in The New York Times, setting off a national conversation about health.

Jolie Pitt lost her …

Personalized News

In the Classroom with AP Econ Teacher & College Counsellor Michael Brody

Educators / March 26, 2015

Imagine that moment when a student “gets it”—the lightbulb goes off and (s)he understands hard concepts for the first time. Real-world examples can help illuminate complex ideas in memorable ways, and that’s the goal of most of the articles in Michael Brody‘s Flipboard …

College & University

2 Years+15 Million Magazines=Thank You!

Inside Flipboard / March 26, 2015

It’s been two years since we launched magazine-making on Flipboard, and since then over 15 million magazines have been created on our platform. 15 million! Since our first birthday, MagMakers have shown their passion for popular subjects like tech, photography, food …

Personalized News

On the Red Couch with Squarespace Founder and CEO Anthony Casalena

Advertising / March 25, 2015

The Super Bowl may be a distant memory by now, but we’re still thinking about the Squarespace ad featuring a somniferous Jeff Bridges and his sleeping tapes. In case you missed it, the campaign (which ran on Flipboard in January) centers around the actor’s deep, hypnotic


Campaign 2016 Begins: Ted Cruz Enters the White House Race

Inside Flipboard / March 23, 2015

Sen. Ted Cruz became the first major Republican candidate to enter the race for the White House on Monday. In a speech at Liberty University, the GOP firebrand described his personal history in detail and set the conservative tone for his campaign.

“I believe in you. …

Ted Cruz

Spotlight: Anthropologist and Professor Wayne Van Horne

MagMaker / March 23, 2015

My name is Wayne Van Horne, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology at Kennesaw State University, and my medium is anthropology.

My love of trying to understand everything about human behavior—what makes us tick, why we do the things we do, why people act so differently in …


The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 16, 2015)

Many of the biggest stories covered in The Daily Edition this week centered around individuals. Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection in Israel, Robert …

Benjamin Netanyahu

The Week in Review: March Madness Gets Underway

Inside Flipboard / March 20, 2015

Sixty-eight schools. An estimated 70 million tournament brackets completed. More than $1.15 billion in advertising. It must be March Madness, the period after football season and before baseball season, when NCAA Division I Basketball teams compete for the …

College Sports

What I’m Reading: BBC News Reporter Laura Locke

Inside Flipboard / March 18, 2015

It’s hard to predict the future of tech. Overnight sensations can turn into tomorrow’s duds, and anyone claiming to know a thing about what’s next should have plenty of credibility.

One such person is Laura Locke, tech reporter for the BBC. Formerly at TIME, Locke


On the Red Couch: University of California President Janet Napolitano

Inside Flipboard / March 16, 2015

Janet Napolitano left her role as secretary of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama almost two years ago to become the president of the University of California. Although she is out of Washington, D.C., the former Democratic governor of Arizona said she …


Dazed Sets the Cultural Agenda, on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / March 16, 2015

The monthly British style magazine Dazed—known until 2014 as Dazed & Confused—was founded in 1991 by Jefferson Hack and fashion photographer Rankin. Both students at the London College of Printing, they parlayed a hunger for knowing who’s hot and what’s cool into a …

Personalized News

Your Flipboard Guide to Surviving SXSW

MagMaker / March 13, 2015

The 2015 edition of South by Southwest conference and festivals kick off this Friday in Austin, TX. SXSW is part professional development, part creative outlet and a lot of party. Attendees this year can look forward to an opening night documentary about Russell Brand, …


The Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 9, 2015)

This week, The Daily Edition covered large news stories on a wide variety of subjects. Likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton …

Kathy Griffin

What You Need To Know About Facebook Changes on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / March 13, 2015

Facebook announced changes to the content they’re willing to share with third parties, including Flipboard. We want to give you a head’s up about what this means for you. Here’s what you need to know:

If you are among the two percent of readers who views Facebook on …


The Week in Review: Apple Watch Revealed

Inside Flipboard / March 13, 2015

Apple unveiled details of the long-awaited Apple Watch, along with other product announcements and updates, during an event on Monday.

The watch, which will ship on April 24, will come in three different versions. The Apple Watch Sport is the least expensive and …

Wearable Tech

Spotlight: “Melen Hirren” Catherine Park

MagMaker / March 10, 2015

You’ve probably heard of the actress Helen Mirren, right? Imagine our surprise when we came across a magazine curated by “Melen Hirren”—and no, we’re not dyslexic.

The person responsible is Catherine Park, a content producer and aspiring writer/designer from Los Angeles.

Personalized News

QR Code Lets You Get Your Flipboard to the Web, Fast!

Inside Flipboard / March 9, 2015

There’s a nifty new feature on today: sign in with a QR code. This is useful for people who are logged into Flipboard on a mobile device and would like to bring everything they follow quickly to Flipboard on the Web. It’s also how anyone who’s been …

QR Code

The Week in Review: Benefits of Coffee

Inside Flipboard / March 6, 2015

Coffee drinkers received some good news this week from new research pointing to the benefits of the popular beverage. A new study from scientists in Korea found drinking between one and five cups of coffee every day is good for arteries.

Calcium deposits in arteries, …


On the Red Couch with Warby Parker/Harry’s Co-Founder Jeff Raider

Inside Flipboard / March 5, 2015

Ask any guy: buying a razor can be riskier than a bad shave. With so many choices—most of which are bizarrely designed and boast some dubious new innovation—the market is a mess.

As co-founder of Warby Parker, the successful online eyeglass startup, Jeff Raider


Flipboard Topics Come to Windows Phones

Inside Flipboard / March 4, 2015

Windows fans, rejoice! Flipboard topics are now available on your Windows phone.

For those new to topics, there are over 34,000 of them, ranging “action hero” to “zoology” (and everything in-between). You can find them via search or by tapping on the new topic tags on …

Microsoft Windows

The Week in Review: Net Neutrality Rules Pass

Inside Flipboard / February 27, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted for new rules Thursday that will regulate broadband Internet as a public utility for the first time. The five-member commission voted along party lines to ensure content is not blocked on the Web and that media …

Net Neutrality

5 Magazines to Make History Come Alive

MagMaker / March 4, 2015

The word “history” is Greek for inquiry, which is knowledge acquired by investigation of the past. Scholars interpret this information and study how it relates to humans. Long, narrative accounts of events can get rather boring, but with Flipboard you can read about various …


What Worked: Woodford Reserve’s Craft Bourbon

Advertising / March 3, 2015

Bourbon is a distinctively American spirit—and nearly as old as the spirit of America itself. Woodford Reserve, which began as a father-son operation in the 1780s, deep in the heart of Kentucky, is recognized as the birthplace of bourbon. But while it is the oldest …

Bourbon Whiskey

Spotlight: Globetrotter Maja Miasek

MagMaker / March 3, 2015

My name is Maja Miasek.

My love of travel began a few years ago. I can’t complain about my daily life in Poland. But learning about the beauty and diversity of the world is truly addicting.

When it comes to dropping everything to go to Africa to spot a herd of elephants, I’m …


Get Lost in These 5 Cartography Magazines

MagMaker / February 27, 2015

In the age of smart devices, it’s getting easier to find your way around with GPS and map apps. Map-reading becomes a handy skill when you don’t have access to the Internet. Hundreds of years of cartography and intrepid navigation yielded the very first maps, which were …


5 Magazines for Black History Month

MagMaker / February 26, 2015

As February comes to a close, so does Black History Month. Even though 28 (sometimes 29) days is too short, BHM serves as a way to remind us of the many achievements of African-Americans, and underscore how much work remains in the name of equality. Like Grantland’s …

Black History

#MagsWeLove: Bay Area/Northwest Sales Exec Chris Bowlby

Advertising / February 14, 2015

This is Chris—he runs ad partnerships for Flipboard in San Francisco, Silicon Valley and the Northwest. He’s lived up and down the West Coast, but his roots are “definitely all NorCal” and he now lives in Mill Valley, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Chris’s …

San Francisco

How to Turn a Magazine Into a Valentine’s Day “Card”

MagMaker / February 12, 2015

Got someone who’s always on your mind? Make them a magazine this Valentine’s Day. It’s a one-of-a-kind “card” that the object of your affections can follow and enjoy anywhere. And anytime you add to it, your sweetheart will get a notification and think of you! Here are a …


60 FPS on the Mobile Web

Engineering / February 10, 2015

Flipboard launched during the dawn of the smartphone and tablet as a mobile-first experience, allowing us to rethink content layout principles from the web for a more elegant user experience on a variety of touchscreen form factors.

Now we’re coming full circle and …

Mobile Web