NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AIR MAIL, the digital news weekly founded and co-edited by Graydon Carter, today announced that Jonathan Margolis, the longtime technology writer for the Financial Times, in London, has been hired as a columnist.
Jonathan will be covering the latest and coolest consumer tech launches in a biweekly column for the publication in the same irreverent style he made his own at the F.T.’s How to Spend It magazine. He will also be writing features for AIR MAIL.
Based in London and New York, Jonathan has been on the technology beat since before the iPod. He is also the author of A Brief History of Tomorrow, a book on the history of futurology, and frequently gives talks on the subject all over the world.
About AIR MAIL: Since its launch, in July 2019, AIR MAIL has been informing and entertaining the world’s intelligentsia. A digital weekly founded by Graydon Carter, the award-winning former editor of Vanity Fair, and co-edited with Alessandra Stanley, who served as a foreign correspondent and critic for The New York Times, AIR MAIL specializes in best-in-class journalism from across the globe. News, arts, politics, culture, literature, film and television, society, fashion, crime, and the environment are covered with style, verve, and substance in each edition. The Arts Intel Report (AIR), positioned within AIR MAIL, is a one-of-a-kind digital matrix of cultural happenings at major institutions around the world. Covering the very best art, music, and stage performances, it is searchable by discipline, date, and destination.