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I’m a tech journalist, professional communicator, and author of nearly three dozen books about technology, photography, and small business. I’ve published innumerable articles for major magazines and the web, produced podcasts, and appeared regularly on radio and television.
I spent eight years as a content lead on the Windows team at Microsoft. I’ve also been the Tech Editorial Director at eHow, editor-in-chief of family tech site Techwalla, and digital managing editor of Robb Report. I’ve also co-hosted a number of podcasts including Protocol 1 and Battlestar Recaptica.
A look at the legal complexities of using drones in real estate.
A hands-on review of the Healbe fitness band.
To win with marketing, focus on your customers' needs — not yours — and engage them at every point in their journey.
A brief look at the new Leica S3 from the December 2018 issue of Robb Report.
A comprehensive hands-on review of photo scanning services for PC World.
For CBS Moneywatch, a deep dive into the trials and tribulations of businesses trying to disrupt the financial industry with smart credit cards.
Editorial lead for Techwalla.com. Drive editorial strategy, promotion, and product leadership for startup tech review site.
Company: Leaf Group
I worked there from 5/2015 until now
Editorial lead for eHow tech premium content. Have lead efforts to innovate and renovate content, such as through content format innovations, launching subscription newsletters, producing a weekly audio podcast, and publishing the popular Geek Vs Geek weekly video series.
Company: Demand Media
I worked there from 5/2012 until now
Freelance writer: Beats have included mobile, desktop, digital imaging, digital audio, small biz/home office, computer games, automobiles, and consumer gadgets. Published hundreds of times in two-dozen high profile magazines/Web sites including Wired, PC World, Computer Shopper, Family PC, CNET, Working Mother, and Home Office Computing
Company: Freelance writer
I worked there from 1/1987 until now