I am a writer, editor, and social media strategist on the subjects of IT, electronic entertainment, and human interest. I primarily write for Computerworld about Apple, content management systems, and retrocomputing. Whenever possible, I explore in writing, podcasting, and event management my personal interests in the Apple II, multiple sclerosis, and genre films and literature.
A podcast interview with Meagan Marie, author of "Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play", a book of profiles and interviews.
An interview with Molly Ostertag and Brennan Lee Mulligan of webcomic Strong Female Protagonist.
Ken and Sabriel share the latest Star Trek news.
Hailing from five different nations, the 13 remarkable women and men memorialized here had a lasting influence on technology and the world.
Games journalists and editors share their industry experiences and insights on this PAX East 2015 panel.
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.
KansasFest is an annual convention for fans of the 36-year-old Apple II computer. Who are these people, anyway? I turned on a video camera and let them speak for themselves.
Crowdfunding sites like Kickerstarter are offering both established businesses and entrepreneurs a viable alternative to venture capitalists.
Got your soldering iron ready? Follow along as I build a working Apple-1 machine just like Woz built back in 1976.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has opened an "Art of Video Games" exhibition with a three-day festival of gaming luminaries.
Although Yahoo shuttered the GeoCities Web hosting service last year, many of the sites that used the service have been made newly available by groups that archived them.