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He was the original Brainiac blogger, and is currently editor of the blog Hi Lobrow, publisher of a series of Radium Age science fiction novels, and co-author/co-editor of several books, including the story collection "Significant Objects" and the kids' field guide to life "Unbored." Guest blogger Ruth Graham is a freelance journalist in New Hampshire, and a frequent Ideas contributor.
She is a former features editor for the New York Sun, and has written for publications including Slate and the Wall Street Journal.
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As a result, he takes a catholic approach to defining the term brainiac. Guest blogger Simon Waxman is Managing Editor of Boston Review and has written for WBUR, Alternet, Mc Sweeney's, Jacobin, and others.