I began My Science Fiction Adventure in June 2019, documenting my thoughts on the future of work and my experience in working in a salaried job for only a short time each week while using the rest of the time for freelance work and personal projects.
Between 2012 and 2015 I wrote a blog on technology and society called I Don’t Want to Be A Nerd! I discontinued that blog due to work and lifestyle changes, but many of my articles on technology and society (below) began as thoughts on that blog.
I’ve published numerous technical articles on digital watermarking, digital rights management, privacy, and other topics. See my academic page for details.
Technology and Society
- Social network neutrality, anyone? IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, June 2016, pp. 28,45.
- If copyright’s a dud, what business models do work for creatives? The Conversation, 19 February 2015.
- Digital copyright protection — some success but mostly failure. The Conversation, 12 August 2014.
- Information pretends to be free. The Social Interface, 7 August 2014.
- Cyberspace? Well, sort of. The Social Interface, 20 September 2013.
- Digital media and the, ahem, business model of the future. The Social Interface, 19 February 2013.
Society for Creative Anachronism
I love novels and always wanted to write one or two when I grew up, but instead found myself writing scientific articles as part of my PhD and postdoctoral research (see above). More recently I’ve turned out some flash fiction for AntipodeanSF. Some longer pieces are coming, er, any minute now!
- Satisfaction. AntipodeanSF 236, March 2018.
- Do Not Reply. AntipodeanSF 229, August 2017.
- The Theory of Everything. AntipodeanSF 226, May 2017.
- Guesswork. AntipodeanSF 182, August 2013.
- A Future For Despair. AntipodeanSF 132, June 2009.
I’ve also written one article about fiction: