Roberto Ferdman

Quartz

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Roberto Ferdman is a reporter for Quartz. He recently  penned an article  on the slow death of the microwave.

Is the Microwave Era Over?

Roberto Ferdman is a reporter for Quartz. He recently penned an article on the slow death of the microwave.

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