I am a writer, editor, and podcast on the subjects of IT, electronic entertainment, and diversity. In addition to being a freelance writer for Computerworld and the editor of Juiced.GS magazine, I also host YouTube channel Gamebits and the podcasts Polygamer and Transporter Lock.
Twenty-four years after starting my career as a Blockbuster Video employee, I found myself at its last store.
A trip to Lake Geneva brought back memories of Dungeons & Dragons, Gary Gygax, and TSR.
A familiar trail took me to new sights in one of our country’s greatest national parks.
Ken Gagne of Gamebits unboxes the new console/mobile hybrid and shows how to install, set up, and configure the system.
11 bits studio senior writer Pawel Miechowski explains how his studio created This War of Mine.
How I accidentally launched a YouTube channel, as told on The Moth, a podcast, radio show, and live event promoting the craft of storytelling.
A podcast interview with Kelsey Lewin, the co-director of the Video Game History Foundation and co-owner of Pink Gorilla retail stores.
Ken and Sabriel review the latest Star Trek series.
A presentation at WordCamp Portland (Maine) demonstrating how to configure WordPress for publishing podcasts.
Developers, translators, and human calculators, these 13 men and women made the world a better place through IT.
Many women gamers and developers, as well as those who support them, have lately come under attack from online trolls. A common intimidation tactic that trolls use is "doxxing".
Tech history is hot—and AMC is hoping to capitalize on that trend with its series Halt and Catch Fire , now midway through its first season.
When it came time for MIT-EMS to purchase a new ambulance, they did what MIT students do best: they designed it themselves.
What do Flickr, TechCrunch, eBay and Best Buy all have in common? They all use WordPress.
The story of how dedicated JRPG fans convinced Nintendo to bring a trio of Japanese Wii games to America.