Last updated Sunday, May 4, 2008
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The Seattle Times
See this page for my Seattle Times columns and features.
Take Control of Sharing Files in Leopard (ebook, Oct. 2007)
Take Control of Your Wi-Fi Security (ebook, revised Oct. 2007)
Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Extreme Network (ebook, revised Oct. 2007)
Take Control of Your Domain Name (ebook, Nov. 2006)
Take Control of Podcasting (ebook, editor, revised Nov. 2006)
Take Control of Your AirPort Network 1.2 (ebook, revised for Tiger, Sept. 2005)
Take Control of Tiger (print edition; incorporates full text of TCo Sharing Files in Tiger, June 2005)
Take Control of Sharing Files in Tiger (ebook, Apr. 2005)
Take Control of Your AirPort Network (print edition, Oct. 2004)
Take Control of Panther, Vol. 1 (print edition; incorporates full text of TCo Sharing Files in Panther, August 2004)
Real World Scanning and Halftones, 3rd edition (Apr. 2004)
Take Control of Sharing Files in Panther (ebook, Feb. 2004)
The Wireless Networking Starter Kit, 2nd edition (Nov. 2003)
The Wireless Networking Starter Kit (Dec. 02)
Real World Adobe GoLive 6 (May 02)
Real World Adobe GoLive 5 (Oct. 00)
Real World Adobe GoLive 4 (Nov. 99)
Web Site Graphics: Navigation (Feb. 99)
Web Site Graphics: Typography (Feb. 99)
Web Site Graphics: Color (Feb. 99)
Real World Scanning and Halftones, 2nd edition (Apr. 98)
The joke about writing for The Economist is that it's a publication without bylines, so you could claim you wrote any (or every) article in it. The Technology Quarterly section uses freelancers, and my first long feature for them appeared in Sept. 2005.
Reality bites: Municipal Wi-Fi's vastly changed business model leads to canceled deals (30 Aug 2007)
The slow death of dial-up: Dial-up analog modems continue to be used by the poor, the elderly, and the contrary, and that's likely to remain the same in the U.S., less so elsewhere (8 Mar 2007)
Shockingly slow: The checkered history and better future for broadband over powerline (BPL) (30 Nov 2006)
Getting trains on track: Internet access on trains (21 Sep 2006)
Would you fly in chattering class?: Mobile phones in flight (7 Sep 2006)
Wi-Pie in the sky: The downside to municipal Wi-Fi (11 Mar 2006)
Death to folders: Why organizing files will be unnecessary (15 Sep 2005)
My association with TidBITS and my friends Adam and Tonya Engst go back to 1991, when I sent in my first MailBITS item -- one of outrage, as usual. TidBITS was less than a year old then, and neither it nor the Engsts were the well-known and well-regarded phenomena they are now. Over the years, I've written many articles--see this link for a list--and I joined the staff as a contributing editor in 2003. I started as their database overseer and information something-or-other in summer 2006.
Time Capsule review (Mar. 08)
Starbucks-AT&T deal could benefit iPhone users (Feb. 2008)
First Look: iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store at Starbucks (Oct. 2007)
AirPort Extreme Base Station with Gigabit Ethernet (Sept. 2007)
Securing your iPhone's traffic (July 2007)
First Look: Finding Wi-Fi hotspots with the iPhone (June 2007)
AirPort Extreme Base Station (10/100 Mbps Ethernet) (Feb. 2007)
The New York Times
See this page for an extensive list of New York Times articles from 1998 to present.
What's been written about me, including interviews and comments
I've retired links to this page that are old, dead, or otherwise less available from publications that I used to write for.