Caleb Garling

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Caleb Garling
Born c. 1981 (age 33–34)
Nationality United States
Occupation writer at Wired
Employer Wired

Caleb Garling is an American writer with Wired among other publications.

Early life[edit]

He graduated with a degree in molecular, cellular and developmental biology from The University of Colorado at Boulder. In college, he made money as a fly fishing guide.

He plays the electric guitar.

Career[edit]

He began as a neurology researcher for Harvard Medical School. He abandoned the pursuit of a medical degree and went on to work in strategy at startup software companies. Fed up with corporate life, he left to pursue writing and journalism.

He has written about technology, science, music and sports for Wired.[1]

He covered the case Oracle America, Inc. v. Google, Inc. and became known for his style of humor and clear explanations throughout the trial.

His review of Radiohead's album The King of Limbs garnered both support and criticism when he argued the band had dealt a death blow to the concept of the album.[2]

Author[edit]

He is an avid fly fisherman and the author of the book The St George's Angling Club.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Caleb Garling | Wired Enterprise". Wired.com. Retrieved 2012-07-31. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]