About me

I have been a full-time freelancer and editorial publication manager for more than 30 years. Much of my freelance work is devoted to contributing to various corporate blogs. I also am a professional speaker. You can see samples of my presentations and links to previous and current engagements here.

My resume can be found here. A full bio can be found here  Clips and links to my various publications can be found elsewhere with the tabs on the top of this page, including both pure editorial positions and corporate blogging assignments.

9 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hello David:

    I just visited your blog for the first time after listening to your EXCELLENT NAC presentation this morning. I look forward to learning more about your views on secure access and encourage you to contact me if you ever wish to publish something on our portal.

    Dana – Publisher Secure Access Central

  2. Hey David… impressive list of successes… congrats!

    I hate to put a damper on things, but I’d like to point out something you wrote that doesn’t speak well for you. As I’m sure you know, during GoDaddy’s registration process, there’s a link to “Tips from an Expert” where up jumps an article by you. Seemed Ok until I read the sentence: “…if you are really desperate or have some extra cash, you can purchase a .NET or .ORG, too.”

    What kind of ‘consulting’ is that? I believe that statement is degrading to the professional importance of both .NETs and .ORGs. As I’m sure you know, .NETs are HEAVILY used by the hugest ISPs and I own a few .ORGs, as do most reputable non-profits in the USA.

    My guess is that you wrote that article a long time ago and your writing and style has matured since then. Please fix this sentence/paragraph to give some real “Tips” and resubmit to GoDaddy for replacement.

    Thanks. Good stuff, otherwise.
    – Matt

  3. Hi David. By chance I happened across an old 1995 piece called “Getting Webbed” where I was one of the interviewees. I like that you keep so many articles from the mid 90’s on. Nothing like a digital retrospect on the changing company and technology landscape to get a sense of how far the web has come in so short a time.

  4. I enjoyed the ‘tip from expert’ bit at godaddy. I thought matt’s email comment was pretentious and a bit rude. I’m sure you get that all the time.

    onward and upward
    Dino

  5. Hi Dave,
    I wanted to thank-you for including Storage Guardian in your actical for on line backup once again. We have tracked many users browse from your article and submit a Request for a Proposal .
    All the best and thanks again,
    Omry Farajun
    Storage Guardian Inc.

  6. Hello David,
    I really enjoy your articles at the Times and have started reading some of your blog posts. I have a company i’m doing some work for and wondered if you might have some suggestions for writers to look for. It is a web-based online scheduling tool (not calendering) and has been growing steadily by doing a solid job of helping companies save money on staff scheduling. A good niche.
    Do you have tech sites that you’d recommend?
    Thank you and keep up the terrific work. I’ll see if there’s a way I can share some link love in a post from my Dun & Bradstreet blog.
    TJ

  7. Dear David – I would like to interview you for a column I’m writing, part of my series “The Virtual Life” for Patch sites in St. Louis. Here’s a look: http://clayton-richmondheights.patch.com/columns/the-virtual-life

    I just followed you on Twitter, so if you can DM me your email address OR contact me at my email address, that would be great. I hope we can connect. My deadline is Thursday, noon.

    Thanks,
    Holly Edgell
    Regional Editor
    Patch.com
    St. Louis, MO

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