Robert Capps oversees large projects at WIRED, including feature packages and big-idea long-form stories for WIRED magazine. He is the lead curator for WIREDâs events division, heading the programing for live projects like the WIRED by Design creativity retreat. In 2013 he received a prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism for his article âWhy Things Fail,â listed by Byliner as one of the best nonfiction stories of 2012. His 2009 feature essay, âThe Good Enough Revolution,â was discussed in publications ranging from The Economist to The New Yorker and was heralded by The New York Times Magazine as one of the ideas of the year. Previously, Capps ran WIREDâs Start and Play front-of-book sections, which together earned an unprecedented six consecutive National Magazine Award nominations, with Start winning the prize in 2008.
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