Lee is a writer and editor at Wired magazine. He studied at Harvard Business School and MIT and taught economics at Harvard College. He was later a consultant with Boston Consulting Group and worked for The Economist, Harvard University Press, and the National Bureau of Economic Research. Somewhat incongruously, he’s also a veteran Shakespearean actor and a retired dancer, as well as a former classical music critic. Lee grew up in Kailua, Hawaii, and still calls it home, despite appearing to reside near San Francisco.