The Brilliant (And Complicated) Mind Behind Kayak

When Paul English talks he sounds like a typical working-class Bostonian, skipping his “r”s and shortening his vowels. He looks the part as well, his face a little round, a little red, with friendly eyes shaded by messy clumps of hair that he repeatedly shakes from his brow.  He looks like he would be more … Continue reading The Brilliant (And Complicated) Mind Behind Kayak