Techsploitation
Techsploitation is the name of my nationally-syndicated (and award-winning!) weekly column, which basically consists of pissed-off, romantic, weird rants about high tech media and everyday life. It started the week after Burning Man in September 1999, thanks in part to the efforts of Dan Pulcrano, editor of Metro, Silicon Valley's free weekly. My column also runs weekly in The San Francisco Bay Guardian and on AlterNet, as well as semi-regularly in papers throughout North America and (occasionally) the world. It ended in 2008, after nine great years - it was time for me to move on, and I was happy to end on a high note.

Back columns from Techsploitation are still syndicated through the excellent Featurewell, and can be yours for a pretty reasonable price.

Here is a complete collection of my columns, starting with the most recent ones. Read 'em but don't weep.

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999