I have a long history with CMP Media, now called United Business Media, having worked at three full-time editorial positions. My most current pieces are for a blog of Dr. Dobbs called Develop in the Cloud, mostly on app dev topics; another on stopping sweethearting for Solution Providers for Retail; and for Internet Evolution on general topics such as this one on how not to screw up your next tech merger.
A few years ago I wrote a series of freelance pieces for InformationWeek.com:
- Top disruptive techs for 2008 (1/3/08)
- Top tips for securing your laptop (11/24/07)
- Five networking pet peeves (7/9/07)
- How to get started with Web 2.0 (6/4/07)
- Six decisions to deploy endpoint security (4/24/07)
- Microsoft Still Trying to Get Open Source (4/4/07)
- The growing need for personal firewalls (3/24/07)
- How To Protect Your Precious PC Data: From Physical Security To Encryption (2/10/07)
- Five disruptive techs to watch in 2007 (1/2/07)
- Group chat evolving into E-Mail 2.0 (12/7/06)
- Web 2.0 makeover strategies (11/28/06)
My first position with CMP was the founding editor-in-chief to launch Network Computing magazine back in the summer of 1990 — good times. (Here is a guest column that I wrote in 2000 on the magazine’s 10th anniversary.) My most recent article was Freddie Mac cashes in on Web services (9/18/06), a case study on the financial services firm.
In the fall of 2004, I worked for the Electronics Group and help launch a series of Web sites aimed at electronics designers under the DesignLine.com label, and hired its first staff of site producers. I wrote one article called Lessons learned from 802.11n (11/1/06) for the WirelessNet DesignLine site.Finally, I started doing freelance work for VAR Business in 2000, and worked full-time as their Technology Editor during 2002-2004. Here is a page of the highlights from that era. (Some of these links are outdated.)