Monthly Archives: June 2006

NerdSalon and Other reading 6/27

This coming Tuesday is going to be an excellent mashup of indie media and geeks. The evening starts with an awesome Intersection for the Arts event showcasing alternative media — the evening’s “spotlighted guests” are my very own other magazine …

Personal surveillance etiquette

Do you ever wonder what to do when somebody calls your cell phone and hangs up? I ask this question because now that most cell phones do automatic traces on calls, it’s reasonable to think that callers may expect you …

Friday triple — now with more dolphins

It’s been a long week and a half. I covered two interesting conferences for Wired News, and now you can read what I had to say about Sex in Videogames and Where 2.0. Discover how I satisfied my inner sex …

A trip to Whedeonville, Seattle

Late last week, Wired News published my story about visiting the set of Cherub, a highly successful fan-made Web satire of Joss Whedon’s TV series Angel.  Cherub just wrapped filming for its second season, and it was a real treat …

Reading this Wed. 6/7 for “Best Sex Writing 2006″

For the second year in a row, one of my articles has been featured in Cleis Press’ “Best Sex Writing” anthology! This Wednesday at Modern Times Bookstore, you can hear me and four other amazing contributors read from our essays …

I love Canadian TV

I got to talk about RFID chips and privacy on CBC’s Gen X news show “The Hour,” which was really fun. If you watch carefully, you’ll see that I’m wearing a Tor t-shirt!