I have been a regular contributor to the book and music blog on Alibris.com, the pro DJ site mydjtube.com, a TV fansite for smartphones GoMiso.com, and Maine’s print health newspaper, Designer Health Today. You can read PDFs of the entire paper on their site; here’s a PDF of one review I wrote for Designer Health Today.
I write about many things, the samples below are in themes I return to frequently: technology, writing, social media, books and music.
Is the Advertising Industry Growing? Oracle advertising blog.
Net Neutrality Fact Fails [PDF excerpt]
Comparing Tumblr and Posterous [PDF]
Turntable.fm Versus Blip.fm [PDF]
How to See What’s Happening on Your Site in Real Time [PDF]
Case Study on wildfire management solution for Presence [PDF] (NOTE: Byline attributed to content manager)
Is VR Ready for Work? [PDF] (NOTE: Byline attributed to content manager)
B2B tech ad copy and seo sample – What is Bufferbloat?
Press release for technical book – Land of Lisp
Web Content for Trade Audience (Pro DJs) – EDM Backlash Brews Again
Product Review for Trade Audience (pro DJs): Introducing the DJM-900 Nexus
Book Marketing, Social Media and Talking to Strangers San Francisco Book Review
What is the Big Deal About Facebook’s Algorithm? San Francisco Book Review
Facebook Isn’t Showing Your Posts? Here’s What to Do About It San Francisco Book Review
Is Tumblr Right For Your Book? [PDF]
Making the Most of Your Tumblog [PDF]
Where Our Food Comes From Book Review [PDF] (originally printed in Designer Health News)
The Best Climate Change Books [PDF]
Books for Embracing a Vegetarian Diet [PDF]
Remembering the Armenian Genocide: an Interview with Dana Walrath
Books for National Bike to Work Day
An Interview with the author of My Chemical Mountain
The Cacophony Society: Best Pranksters Ever
Excerpt from Vegan Cookbook [PDF]
Press Releases [PDFs]
Stuff Hipsters Hate press release
The Good Atheist press release
American Apocalypse press release
The I Love Trader Joes Cookbook press release
Monthly letter to membership of California’s oldest writing nonprofit