John Paul Titlow is the Associate Editor for Fast Company's Co.Labs, where he covers the intersection of music and technology, the geeky underbelly of mass media's data-infused future and the people building it all.
When he's not peering into technology's weird future, he's drumming in a psychedelic rock band, taking photos and seeking out his next favorite dive bar. A part-time New Yorker, he lives primarily in Philadelphia with Walter, a cat that willingly wears a bow tie.
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