Perhaps it is a sign of the entrance of the personal vaporizer into normative popular culture. Or perhaps it is the means for a do-it-yourselfer to create a disaster, which the vape-bashing press will gleefully blame on e-cigarettes...
Evolv’s President Daniel Ward and Chief Engineer, John Bellinger, spoke with me about their latest chipset, the radical DNA40, the future of the electronic cigarette industry, and the regulatory impact of Ebola.
The health department of the city of Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, the other China (the one that didn't invent e-cigarettes) has issued its first report on vaping products, which are illegal under the Pharmaceutical Affairs Act, according to Commissioner Lin Chi-hung.
The Michigan-based vaping supplies company Electronic Cigarettes International Group (ECIG), formerly Victory E-Cigarettes, will be offering 33.3 million shares of stock on Nasdaq beginning this Friday (24 October). Until now, the rapidly expanding company has been available as an OTC ("over-the-counter") stock.
Reason Magazine editor Jacob Sullum blogged recently on the New York Daily News opinion page...