Stuff I Wrote: April 2018

Happy May! The jacaranda trees are blooming, and here in Phoenix, we’re also preparing for triple digit weather. This month’s batch of posts have a little something for everyone.

Game, Set, Match (Experience Life) Learn how to maximize your potential on the tennis court with tips from two pros.

Reporter’s Briefing: Explaining Cryptocurrency (Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism) A primer for journalists looking to cover Bitcoin, blockchain, and cryptocurrency.

Can Software Eliminate Hiring Bias?  (Medium/Built to Adapt) How machine learning can help companies become more diverse.

In addition to these posts, I wrote a market guide for Freelance Success‘s weekly newsletter. FLX is a fantastic resource for established, professional non-fiction writers.

Oh, and I was on television! How To Erase Yourself From Search Engines wasn’t a piece I wrote, but rather a news segment on ABC 15 that I was interviewed for, along with some Facebook Live videos, including this one.

I also signed an open letter on the importance of security research, and against efforts to chill or intimidate researchers, alongside over fifty experts and expert advocates. We believe that “computer and network security research, white-hat hacking, and vulnerability disclosure are legal, legitimate, and needed now more than ever to understand flaws in the information systems that increasingly pervade our lives.”

Much in the same vein, our one podcast in April was about Keeper Security dropping a lawsuit against a tech reporter.

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