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Entry #1 - The science of adult coloring books

Coloring books used to be exclusively for children, but recently, coloring has found a different demographic. Adult coloring books are some of the best selling books on the market today because of their supposed “ 316 more words

Chewdaism: Chew Your Food!

This post first appeared on The Jew and the Carrot blog at the Forward.

Esquire Editor at Large and experiential journalist A.J. Jacobs embarked on a quest to improve his mind by reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica. 190 more words

You Must Be Hungry

The Joy of Broken Ribs: Why I can humbly claim to be the Tom Brady, Carlton Fisk and Kerri Strug of Experiential Journalism

So, yeah, it might be a bit cocky to publicly declare myself to be Carlton Fisk, Tom Brady and Kerri Strug all rolled into one, but I have to get some kind of return on my $200 rib X-ray. 174 more words

New Hampshire Magazine


To anyone and everyone who’s reading this… my name is Carolyn Bai and starting tomorrow, Sunday, November 7, 2010, my life will consist of determination, temptations, frustration, and oh yeah, no gluten. 393 more words

Believe him, this is 'Experiential Journalism'

“Experiential journalism” is a word that trips off the tongues of many Indian newspaper managers. Don’t just tell the story, bring alive the event “ 150 more words


The things TV journalists have to do these days

As the competition gets hotter, ESPN reporter Rob Stone bites into the hottest red hot chilli pepper going around. You could call this a small gimmick, or you could call this a giant leap for “experiential journalism”.