I’ve been writing for 20 years; both in-house and as a freelancer. I started out as a technology journalist, where my professional aim is to demystify technology and transform complex ideas into clear, concise language.
Publications I’ve written for (mostly in the UK) include: CHOICE, Yours, Which? Computing, Which?, PC Pro, Computer Shopper, Practical Photography, Web User, MIS Australia, Broadband World, Internet Magazine, Australian NetGuide, internet.au, UK Design Council. Apart from freelancing, I’m the author or co-author of four technology and business books published by John Wiley & Sons.
Organised crime online (interview)
The real James Bonds (investigation)
|Candid Cameras (review)||Amazon UK Adventure (feature)|
|The World In Union (opinion piece)|
|Buying a PC (review/analysis)||
Online scams, schemes and scoundrels (feature)
|Wish you were here? A trip to Sealand||Seniors online (January 2007)|
|Laptop bags tested||Directing traffic|
|Amazon.co.uk MD interview|
In my role as senior researcher/writer at Which? Computing and as features editor of Internet Magazine, my comments also featured in many British publications including The Guardian (interview here), The Telegraph (here), The Mirror, Daily Mail, The Independent (here), the Times (here), Metro and BBC Online (here, here and here). I have also appeared live on Channel 5 news, ITV breakfast television (http://youtu.be/GioeTtjk0uE) and have made dozens of appearances on BBC radio, discussing Internet issues. I also presented a talk in London on digital photography for the University of the Third Age, and held a digital photography workshop for Girl Guides in Sydney.