Over the past several years, I’ve been published in a variety of publications large and small, including the New York Times’ website, Cornell Alumni Magazine, and Business 2.0 magazine.
Mostly, however, I have been writing full time for TechTarget, and you can read my recent articles here. You can also read the front page editorial I wrote as a New York Daily News intern (it was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning series). I've saved my Cornell Alumni Magazine links on Delicious, where you can read the full articles.
I also occasionally shoot and edit video for Boston International, like these pieces on Endeavor Global and the Acumen Fund, two microfinance organizations. Here I'm previewing and unboxing an Android G1 phone, as part of my work at TechTarget:
I've been a contributing author on a number of guides and books, including The Ultimate Guide to Gaining Control of the WAN (Note: Requires Registration) and Untangling the Ivy League.
The latter, which I worked on with author Marc Zawel while he was my managing editor at the Sun, has been cited as "the real lowdown on campus life" by the New York Times and the "antidote to the Princeton Review doldrums" by the Boston Globe.
I also briefly guest blogged for Ivy Gate, a fact Google has never let me forget.