When I started In Search Of Lost Answers, my goal was roughly the same as the U.S.S. Enterprise’s: “To explore strange, new worlds; to seek out new life…
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What can I say about this next guest? I feel like I’ve known him my entire life. Born in Zambia to parents of Sri Lankan descent, his family moved to…
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If you have been a faithful reader of In Search Of Lost Answers (or if you just know me in person), you know that for better or worse, Yelp has been a…
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Not so long ago, I interviewed Nagendra Nadaraja aka My Dad for In Search Of Lost Answers. That nissue quickly became a “fan favorite” — and it was a…
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One of the benefits of being stuck inside during these last few years is that we’ve all been forced into becoming better homemakers. For my family, that…
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If you know me, you might know that I have had an abnormal obsession with Detroit. The city has been on a comeback in recent years and there’s something…
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Out here in Silicon Valley, I am probably still best known for my time at Yelp, which goes all the way back to the end of 2004. Imagine a time when we…
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Sejal Shah is the author of This Is One Way to Dance, a collection of essays that was named a Best Book of the Year by NPR, recommended in The New York…
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Happy New Year, it’s good to be back in the high life again. And that makes a lot of sense, seeing how Nissue #44 is all about Gabby Pavelko, the…
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There is this great scene in Spanglish where one evening after a late night at his restaurant, Adam Sandler’s character comes home and makes a sandwich…
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One of the things I love hearing from readers is that when they ask their friends and family the very same questions I ask my guests, so much additional…
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It’s fitting that serendipity led me to my interview with Alia Volz, especially when you read her first answer below. I was browsing through one of my…
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