I’m a technical blogger and technical author with podcasting experience. Right now, I’m in the process of scaling up work after a period of maternity leave, so I’m seeking new clients. Hire me to write for you.
I write about:
- Online privacy
- Web hosting and WordPress
- Electric cars
- North Korea’s IP address range
- Internet oddities and nerdy miscellany.
Many of my clients are affiliate marketers and small businesses.
I have written for sites like Lifehacker, Kissmetrics, the Huffington Post, Dell TechPageOne, Quidco, Olark, Top10VPN, WhoIsHostingThis, and Blogging.com. I’ve also worked as the lead editor for a large affiliate website, Digital.com, which is the former home of the AltaVista search engine. My article about AltaVista now lives at the old AltaVista URL: http://altavista.digital.com
My musical pseudonym is Printed Circuit. I’ve released some records on labels like Tigerbeat6 and toured around the world. Oblong Pictures made this excellent video for one of my songs.
Barack Obama follows me on Twitter — tru dat.
I don’t watch a whole lot of TV these days, but I am a big podcast fan. I’m looking to get back into podcasting alongside my writing commitments.
Some podcasts I’d recommend:
Adam Buxton Podcast: if you’re interested in pop/ alternative culture and comedy, this is the best podcast in the UK. Adam is an excellent interviewer and knows how to let a guest have the floor. Start with the Steve Coogan episode.
Distraction Pieces with Scroobius Pip: a more intense take on the interview format, and if you’re new to this podcast, there’s the bonus element of a massive back catalogue to work your way through. The interview with Stewart Lee is glorious.
If you have any podcast recommendations, please send them my way.