So I’m in Wired this month. I wrote a short article on Marie Antoinette’s watch and there are some amazing graphics in there the team at Wired made to illustrate the 1980s theft of the watch.
Here’s the trick: it’s only available on the tablet edition. You can download the versions here for iOS, the Fire, and the Nook. Regardless, it’s a fun read.
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