“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” —Aristotle
I have written and broadcast for the following newspapers, magazines, and radio stations:
I currently work as a senior technical writer for a multinational corporation. But the terms of my contract enable me to take on occasional freelance work. For example, I edited Chris Smith’s How to Design a Microcomputer.
While not reflecting my current standard of writing, my undergraduate dissertation Animal Rights in the British Broadsheet does contain original research. It also demonstrates that it is possible to convert a Mac Word 5.1 document to DocBook, although the images reflect the limitations of the original format. My paper on Square-Rig Sailing was submitted in completion of the requirements of a City & Guilds in Technical Communications Techniques. My graduate dissertation Why Don’t Women Play Video Games? was researched and written in a hurry, but contains some unexpected findings.
Byte High No Limit was originally conceived as a one-off black and white retro fanzine. However, I have plans to relaunch it as a full colour print-on-demand culture and technology magazine, once I get the advertising model sorted out.
“The maker of a sentence launches out into the infinite and builds a road into Chaos and old Night, and is followed by those who hear him with something of wild, creative delight.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson