C.W. Thompson covers disruptive technologies, personal finance, small business, and the arts. He authored a chapter in a book about Internet fraud and has been published in the Village Voice, Scientific American, Billboard, and a number of other outlets. He earned a graduate degree from the City University of New York's journalism school.
Brooklyn-based SnapGoods is looking to create a consumer space that does not involve buying or selling goods, but targets a third, often-neglected consumer: the one who simply wants to borrow stuff.... Read more »