A Camera in My Head (August 29, 1999)
Web Site Promotion (Dec. 29, 1997)
Spam That Kills (Dec. 22, 1997)
The Eyes Are The First Things to Go (Dec. 16, 1997)
A Boy and His Video Card (Dec. 9, 1997)
Season's Greetings from the Space Station Mir (Dec. 2, 1997)
"The Ice Father" -- An essay about winter and love (Nov. 27, 1997)
Postcard from the Man Who Loved Islands (Nov. 24, 1997)
Choose Your College the Modern Way, Online (For release Nov. 17, 1997)
Thurston Throckmorton, Telecommuting Needs You! (For release Nov. 10, 1997)
Microsoft versus the Justice Department (For release Nov. 13, 1997)
Business is blooming in the online flower field (10/27/97)
Lost in translation; My Adventure with Portuguese (9/22/97)
"Frontline Coverage of the Bookstore Wars" (10/20/97)
"I Placed a Jar in Tennessee" (10/13/97)
Free At Last: Open Season on Tax Talk (10/6/97)
Four days in Sao Paulo -- Some Observations. (9/29/97)
Sao Paulo, I Hear You Calling. (9/22/97)
How fast can you read this column? (9/9/97)
New Labor Day Archetypes (9/1/97)
To the stocks with you! (8/25/97)
Web Side Story (8/18/97)
Techno head scratchers (8/11/97)
Questions for the Queen (8/4/97)
New techno trend: big guys beating on little guys (7/28/97)
The look on Larry's face said it all ... (7/21/97)
Blessed be the wires that connect ... (7/14/97)
Let "Bless This Mess" be Your Code of Honor (7/7/97)
The thing that lives under the bridge (6/30/97)
Return with Us Now to the Re-Wired City (6/23/97)
Gonna Lay My Weary Burden Down (6/23/97)
Tom Peters Wants You to Be, like, Wow (6/6/97)
Picnicking with Frank Lloyd Wright (5/26/97)
Thoughts on Memorial Day, freedom, and the nets (5/26/97)
Pentium II is coming atcha (5/19/97)
Beware a program called Restore (5/12/97)
A web page for the RiverDogs (5/5/97)
Wrist in peace: the case for ditching your mouse (4/7/97)
OSP does not stand for Orangoutang Silly Putty (4/7/97)
The end of journalism as we know it (4/1/97)
Something New: the Thrill of the New Computer Smell (3/24/97)
Put a subliminal Tiger in your tank (3/17/97)
Youthful Optimism Is Dented by a Bruised Laptop (3/10/97)
Fashion and technology meet in the land of pen and ink (2/23/97)
Ten Things I Know for Sure (I Think) (3/3/97)
Where home office dogs come from (2/17/97)
An unbalanced suite for unbalanced loners (2/10/97)
Pictures from a bygone era
Late night visit to WCCO
Problems with planting familiar faces in the crowd
Thoughts from a hospital waiting room
My annual Techno New Year's resolutions
The terrible error of our time
Scrambles in the family tree
What to get for the boy
My experience on the red-eye to Las Vegas
On the pyschopathology of chess
Holiday thoughts involving birds
Bringing my brothers to the Net
Techie pie, a Thanksgiving tradition
Overcoming presentation heebie-jeebies
Enlightment in the superstore tech support queue
Sherry Turkle: Finding our selves on the Web
Cybersmut and alien election tampering
Confessions of a third-story man
The world's first fully Internet-worthy RV
What is that strange chirping sound?
Computer chess and the soul
Writer's Digest CD-ROM
Guess who the last people to understand office technology are.
Confessions of a spam artist
Traveling with a PC over rocky terrain, I discover what is fragile and what is not.
Time to update your tech jargon handbook
Using a computer to nurse a loved one back to health
Who knows where the time goes? I do.
Mark Twain in the 21st century
Searching for an outlet in the wilderness
The Unabomber is really no worse than Mork from Ork.
What will become of our dear mother tongue?
What would your role in a medieval kingdom have been?
The new war between the states
Frolicking with a laptop on Mt. Rainier
There's really no reason to ever leave home again.
Reflections on the conclusion of highway construction season
Look yourself up on a Web search engine, see who you find.
Stuff that didn't really happen on April 1
The world's stupidest techno terrorist
Hope for the ion-poor
Newt Gingrich and the war on p7ublic television
The millennium problem, in spades
Before you head up to the lake: new vacation necessities
The return of the Neanderthals
What is your Technology Quotient?
Technology and the ailing body
Disposable encyclopedia? Flip 'em like frisbees!
1995's New Year's resolutions
A Quark for Sister Pat
Do you know where your money has been?
The READ.ME file to end all READ.ME files
Cheers for the passing of three Citadels
Should software come with health warnings?
The abominable Doctor Goldfine
Injuries sustained in the service of technology
The joy of moving
Negroponte for President
Am I crazy, or is it getting awful hot in here?
My debate with Coach Shula
It takes all kinds to run a computer.
The techie who cried
Get rich quick!
Why computers have no sense of humor
Who knows where the time goes?
Old Mother Hubbard went to the keyboard ...
1994 New Years Resolutions
I Hate Unix
The town so nice they named it Thrace
Wilderness computer user
I go the lavatory to the sound of Muzal
Freeze, Carmen Sandiego!
An unabridged too far
In search of palatable clip art
Speed kills, and here's how.
Don't forget to take your PC with you to the cabin up northNano, nano -- little teeny computers