Here are various times my research (or random other activities) have ended up in the press or blog posts.
On the visual content of memory through drawing:
Remembrance of things (recently) past
Brain Waves: The NIMH Intramural Research Program Newsletter, February 1, 2019
Drawing out the visual richness of our memories
Nature Behavioural & Social Sciences: Behind the Paper, January 28, 2019
Drawing out visual memories
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting Blog, November 15, 2017
On face memory and memorability:
How Many Faces Do You Know?
Psychology Today, November 20, 2018
How to Make Your Face Unforgettable
The Telegraph (UK), January 12, 2014
Never Forget a Face
MIT Technology Review, December 30, 2013
What Makes a Picture Memorable?
SPIE Newsroom, May 7, 2013
The mythos and meaning behind Pokémon's most famous glitch
Ars Technica, February 18, 2019
I was interviewed on my early research on video game glitches.
2.0 podcast, January 7, 2019
John and Will Wiesenfeld improve memory in this comedic podcast.
TBS, July 15, 2011
I got my 15 minutes of fame, appearing in a Japanese TV show about showing new technologies to international students. As a roboticist, I got to go play with factory robots and drive around in a smart car with some famous comedians.
"Aperture" opens eyes
Silver Chips Online, July 11, 2005
An article on the high school literary magazine I served as Editor-in-Chief for.