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* Archive of Tom's published writings *

Note: Most of the offsite links are dead. Sic transit gloria mundi. Contact me if you'd like to see the (unedited) copies I have.

Columns

I wrote a newsletter for SpamCon Foundation, of which I was the Executive Director. Read past newsletters.

Consumer writing

For Productopia

Productopia creates and licenses buyer's guides for such entities as Netscape Netcenter. Each "editorial set" comprises an overview, nine product reviews, summaries of comparative models, a buyer's guide, about 75 links, and other small pieces that come to about 6,500 words each. (Note: Productopia went under, so the texts aren't available online anymore. I can send unedited copies by request.)

  • Air Conditioners
  • Clothes washers
  • Clothes dryers
  • Dishwashers
  • Inline skates
  • Kids' bikes
  • Microwave ovens
  • Point-and-shoot cameras
  • Skateboards


Press releases and collateral

    Available upon request.


Editing for MacWEEK

A linked list of the 100+ reviews I edited for MacWEEK between May 1996 and June 1997.



Computer-related writings

Exclusive to this site

For TechTV

For The Net magazine

The Net was a consumer-driven newsstand magazine about the Internet from Imagine Publishing.

For MacWEEK magazine

Published by Ziff-Davis Publishing, MacWEEK was for eight years the only major periodical about the Macintosh market to appear weekly. It was distributed to a controlled circulation list of about 100,000 people worldwide. I've written several reviews for it, and was a Reviews Editor there May 1996-June 1997.

For the San Jose Metro

  • A review of Jim Carlton's book, Apple: The Inside Story of Intrigue, Egomania, and Business Blunders.

For MicroTimes

For ZiffNet/Mac

ZiffNet/Mac (now ZD Net/Mac) is the online arm of Ziff-Davis Publishing, responsible for repurposing content from the company's Mac-related magazines for online distribution. At the time that I was an editor there (1994-1995), I wrote over 600 shareware reviews that appeared on CompuServe, the World Wide Web and (god help us) Apple's defunct service, eWorld. They appear here as they appeared on eWorld; some still appear in ZD Net/Mac's Web-based Software Central and CompuServe service.



Published writings on other subjects

For Heroic Stories

For garage.com

Book


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