Since August, 2012, I’ve been working as the community editor for Lifehacker, a more-than-fantastic site about software, productivity, and all manner of other fun things. What’s a community editor, you ask? Basically, I’m responsible for engaging with our wonderful community of commenters–on the site itself and across social media. Be sure to check out the site. You won’t be disappointed.
In the Past
I’ve worked in the computer industry for around 25 years now. I’ve been a computer tech, network administrator, trainer, and freelance consultant. I’ve also spent the last 12 or so years writing, including a whole bunch of computer-related books, articles, white papers, marketing papers, online technical resources, presentations, user documentation, and courseware. I’ve also done design and layout on a number of pieces, including the Microsoft Security Guide for Small Business and Bill Gates’ keynote speech on Compute Cluster Server 2003.