The Web according to Samuel Rubenfeld, a journalist published in The Wall Street Journal, WSJ.com, Dow Jones Newswires, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Midland (Texas) Reporter-Telegram, The Hill, Village Voice, Newsday, Times of Middle Country and my alma mater's campus newspaper, The Hofstra Chronicle.
I write for Risk & Compliance Journal, a page hosted on WSJ.com.
I'm 27 and I live in Astoria, Queens. I listen to a ton of music and read a lot about politics, public policy, the news media and the future of journalism. I also am a big fan of the Knicks, Jets and Mets. Expect a heavy dose of things to read.
Not everyone can have a job they are passionate about. So it’s important to find passion for other things in life if your day to day work doesn’t do it for you. A life without passion is a stagnant one. Your heart, soul and brain need it. So find something, anything that stirs your emotions. Invest yourself in it. That love, that passion, is what will hold you up while you go about your work day. To be passionate about something is to be excited about life.