Computers are the story of our times. Ninety percent of all Americans use the Internet on a regular basis, and more and more jobs require some knowledge of computers.
From 1997 to 2005, I served as editor of Inside Microsoft FrontPage, a monthly journal that provided readers with tips and techniques for using Microsoft's then-popular Web-development software. In a crisp, conversational style, the journal described the program's features and capabilities, as well as its bugs and shortcomings.
I have also contributed chapters to two editions of Microsoft FrontPage Unleashed from Sams Publishing and have served as a development editor for that company. I also served as founding associate editor of Inside Technology Training, a controlled-circulation magazine published by ZD Journals.
More recently, I contributed consumer-tech articles to Next Avenue, a PBS-affiliated website for people 50+.
Here's some sample content from Inside Microsoft FrontPage:
Here are sample Next Avenue stories: