David Wolman is a contributing editor at Wired. He has also written for such publications as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time,Nature, Outside, Newsweek, Discover, Forbes, New Scientist, and Salon. He is a former Fulbright journalism fellow (Japan) and an Oregon Arts Commission fellow (2011), and his work has appeared in the Best American Science Writing series. David is the winner of a 2012 Outstanding Article award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and a graduate of Stanford University's journalism program. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and two children. His first book, A Left-Hand Turn Around the World, was published by Da Capo Press (hardcover 2005, paperback 2006). His second book, Righting the Mother Tongue: From Olde English to Email, was published by HarperCollins (hardcover 2008, paperback 2009). His latest book, The End of Money, was published by Da Capo Press in February, 2012.