Tag: wired magazine

  • suck.com – birth of snark

    suck.com – birth of snark

    I wanted to share something which I think is lost on today’s web, the art of the hyperlink. The decision to link to something using the web should be more than just informational. There are the basic points of style such as collapsing the sentence and using the verb as the link to more information […]

  • Back in the Day

    Back in the Day

    San Francisco before the .com boom and my brush with Louis Rossetto and other name drops. I read Gary Wolf’s Wired, an account of the magazine and it’s founder, Louis Rossetto. The tales within resonate even stronger than most books about this era because I have a personal connection with some of the characters within. […]