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I started publishing articles in technical journals in 1984, and I sold about five dozen articles to magazine editors until I stopped in 2010. In addition, I have published along the following topics:
Startups have to keep an open mind as they evolve. In this 1999 article I discussed the early market for application service providers (ASPs). ASP customers purchased software and then paid the ASP to host it. While that market no longer exists, the information in the article is timeless. Back to Basics: A Startup Looks at Itself.
Combining Technical Marketing Prognostication Curves
This article explores the overlaying of several marketing curves for fun and profit.
I've produced software products in English, French, German and Spanish that run under DOS, Windows, Macintosh and Unix. Here are some tips for internationalizing software products. I wrote the following 3 articles for MultiLingual Computing Magazine.
CAD & AutoCAD
In the 1980s I was a fairly well-known media personality in the CAD world, and published extensively. Here are a few of my articles from that time.
I have been retained as a technical reviewer by O'Reilly and Wrox Press. Here are the books I reviewed for them.
Most of my articles are technical. “A Sobering Experience” is a humorous article for a change of pace.