Tags: published works, feature stories, tech writing, branded journalism, travel columns
Since 2005, I’ve written hundreds of feature stories and special reports and thousands of news articles for half of the top 20 U.S. media and a lot more in the top 100. In that time, I’ve also published tens of thousands of paid blog posts for fancy tech publications.
Like my favorite personal posts, picking my favorite published works is difficult. But here are some that come to mind.
- 5 reasons travel is overrated (Paste Magazine)
- Google Fiber: Why you need to get online 100x faster (Fox)
- Why the death of the PC is a myth (Fox)
- Fantastic fjords of North America (USA Today)
- What 10,000 miles from home feels like (Paste Magazine)
- Why some people are shunning Facebook (CNN) | See more CNN stories
- Old dog, new tricks: How to fix Microsoft (CNN)
- The year the Internet split in half (Fox) | See all my stories for Fox
- How the BCS rules college football (Wired Magazine)
- Why people don’t finish video games (CNN)
- What’s behind the add-on phenomenon? (NBC News) | See more NBC stuff, excluding columns
- The most objective report on global warming you’ll ever read (Fox)
- The best things I’ve written as a part-time sports writer (various)
- My very best travel columns (so far)
- Read all published works
- BONUS: My Disneyland conversion story | Remember when I almost killed myself running?
- Google Fiber: Why you need to get online 100x faster
- Why the death of the PC is a myth
- The year the Internet split in half
- The most objective report on global warming you’ll ever read
- Why some people are shunning Facebook
- Why most people don’t finish video games
- Old dog, new tricks: How to fix Microsoft
- What’s behind the add-on phenomenon?
- Why video game dialog is so cheesy (first appeared in Next-Generation, now defunct)
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