In the age of Facebook, Twitter and constant email access, can someone disappear and start over again? That’s the question WIRED contributor Evan Ratliff posed to his editors before he dyed and cut his hair, printed fake business cards, and donned the name “James Gatz.” He sold his car and tried to vanish for an entire month. His editors went for it, and even offered a $5,000 reward to the reader who could find him. He talks with Patt about his adventure.
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