I write a popular weekly column for Computerworld, contribute news analysis pieces for Fast Company, and also write special features, columns and think pieces for a variety of publications reaching millions of readers each month.
Since the early 90s, I've worked as chief editor for WINDOWS Magazine and a variety of other tech publications, most of which I founded, co-founded or launched.
I've also consulted for publishing companies (including Ziff Davis) and Silicon Valley startups on the development of innovative new content and media.
I've moderated or spoken at hundreds of technology panels and events; appeared as a guest on BBC, CNN, CNBC, FOX News among others; and have been quoted by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and hundreds of other publications and media organizations.
I served for two years as TWiT's News Director and the anchored the daily show Tech News Today.
If you're an editor and would like to hire me to write something for your publication, or a reader with a question, comment or tip, feel free to contact me by email or phone! I'd love to hear from you.
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My wife and I live nomadically, and have done so on and off since 2006. The Gastronomad blog is where both my wife and I teach people how to break out of the commute-and-cubicle trap and live a life of joy, adventure and freedom. Get the blog here, the RSS feed here and subscribe to the email newsletter here.
I'm the biggest fan of the podcast medium on the planet! I broadcast my own podcast, called The FATcast. It's about technology and food and food technology. Subscribe here!
You'll find me showing up on a variety of awesome netcasts on the awesome TWiT network. Here are all my appearances on TWiT shows.
I'm also a frequent guest on a great many other podcasts. If you'd like to book me as a guest on YOUR podcast, please send me an email at email@example.com or by using the form below.
I'm a nomad. My wife and I live all over the world. Sometimes, we live in Europe, Latin America, Africa or Asia. We spend maybe a third of our time in the United States, mostly in Silicon Valley. (The map pinpoints my current location.)
Several times a year, we host between 6 to 10 adventurous foodies for a week in some spectacular location. We call them Gastronomad Experiences, and we invite YOU to check these out for yourself, and join us. Just click below.