I am an American freelance inventor and writer living in New York City. I've recently been granted my first US patent on a unique means of preloading software into new computers and digital consumer devices, like smart phones, music players, and video game consoles.

My writing focuses on technology, with occasional forays into design, food and travel, business, automobiles, and policy. My work has appeared in the New York Times, Wired, Conde Nast Traveler, Graphis, Institutional Investor, and Avenue, among others. For several years, I wrote as a US Technology Correspondent for the London-based Economist newspaper. 


I operate Princeton Analytics, a management consultancy, operating at the nexus of strategy, technology, and marketing, which has done assignments for a number of successful multinational corporations - IBM, HP, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, NT&T, and Dow Jones, and some spectacularly defunct startups like Cometa Networks and WinStar Communications.




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