ED IN TECH CENTRAL STATION: Click here for a list of all of the essays and articles I've written for Nick Schulz's excellent TCS Daily Website.
ED IN BLOGCRITICS: I have a number of reviews and essays on the Blogcritics.org site, which debuted in late summer of 2002. Eric Olsen and Glenn Frazier each did a superb job of putting the site together, and I was very happy to help the get the site off to a very good start.
ED IN ELECTRONIC HOUSE: In addition to regularly authoring articles for the "dead tree" version of Electronic House magazine, from late 2003 until the middle of 2005 when they redesigned their Website, I wrote two online newsletters for the publication.
COMMUTER LANES RANT: Just added "I Really (HONK! HONK!) Hate (Get Out of the Way, you $*@!!) Commuter Lanes!", a "rant" I wrote for the last page of the Summer 2001 issue of Sport Z magazine. Normally, I tend to smoke a very, very mellow version of Tom Wolfe for my essays, but on this one, I combined it with a P.J. O'Rourke filter and a Joan Didion cigarette holder, with a pinch of Dennis Miller chewing tobacco. The result is a definite rage against bureaucracy (not to mention commuter lanes).
HOW THE WEB WAS WON: Just added an essay that I wrote in 1998 for an abortive book project. It's both a mini-history of the Internet, and my own introduction to computers in the mid-1970s. I'd like think my writing style has come along way since I wrote this, but in looking back on it, I was surprised at how blog-like the piece was, with long quotes from outside sources.
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