National Public Radio's "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!". January 17, 2009. I was the expert source in the "Bluff The Listener" segment. [episode]
The Today Show.
I had a great time doing this piece. They were very friendly. They gave me 1 minute and 30 seconds to solve as many cubes as I could. [video]
Discovery Channel's "The Daily Planet".
The 2003 Rubik's Cube World Championship was held in Toronto, Canada. I won. [video]
A brief clip on ESPN just after the 2003 World Championship. They call me "Dan Knight." [video]
In 2002, "That's Incredible" held a reunion show. They invited me to represent one of the fads from the 1980s. [video]
Hartlaub, Peter. The San Francisco Chronicle, "Call it Neo-Cubism": August 03, 2003.
Botchford, Jason. The Toronto Sun, "Cubists Aren't Puzzled": August 25, 2003.
Brian Eule. Middlebury Magazine. "The Cubist", Spring 2004.
The Big Breakfast.
My first TV appearance, in London, in 1999. Erno Rubik was on a rare media tour in the United Kingdom. After the taping of this show was finished, Rubik's public relations invited me to travel with them for the rest of the week. Erno Rubik solved my cube. [video]
CBS Evening Magazine.
This is one of my favorite pieces. Produced by Dave Stoelk. [video]
The Ellen Show.
They had the audience scramble 200 Rubik's Cubes, and then I tried to solve as many as possible in about 45 minutes. They were brand new cubes, which means that they were (a) stiff, and (b) not the same color scheme that I used. Therefore my goal was simply to solve at least 100. [video]