This is the third post of a series I’ve been working on over the last few months. I’m in the process of writing up a series of posts on the topics of technology, learning, and self-awareness. There are over 100 articles that I plan to write in the next few weeks.
It doesnt look like Ive posted anything new in over two weeks, but Im starting to feel like this post is going out too quickly. Im going to try to start writing the following articles over the next week or two. In the meantime, if you’re interested in what Ive been up to, check out my own twitter feed @dirtbag, and then follow me on facebook to get updates.
I love seeing how technology and technology-related news is shared. I like to use Twitter to see how technology news is shared and how it spreads. I also use Facebook to check out how technology news is shared. And that’s where Ive been posting a lot. But there’s always room for new ones, and Ive found that Twitter and Facebook are both very helpful for this purpose.
Ive been posting a lot on Twitter and Facebook about the technology I use on the job. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t have a lot of tech-related news to share as well. Ive just been finding it easier to write it all down and post it on Twitter and Facebook. But you can find me on Facebook to keep up with my news.
Ive been a journalist for over 20 years. Ive written for the BBC, the Guardian and now The Washington Post. Ive also written for The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Wired.com.
I’ve worked with a lot of technology companies. I’ve been with Microsoft, Google, and Adobe Systems. I used to work at Apple for a year. I worked at Amazon for almost 7 years. I was a senior writer at Wired.com for over a year. I was in Silicon Valley for a year and have lived there for almost 2 years. I worked for a startup in San Jose. I did a stint at the San Francisco Chronicle.
Before he joined D.O.C he was a writer for The New Yorker for 2 years, and has been there since 1997. He worked for the Tribune-Review for 1 year. He was a reporter and the managing editor and then the managing writer of The San Jose Mercury News. He wrote for several publications including The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Houston Chronicle, and The San Francisco Chronicle.
The New York Times has a blog called “The Blog,” which is basically a random collection of essays about tech. I don’t know if there’s another publication that has such a high volume of such essays.
He also created the “Techdr. Irvine” blog which is a collection of his thoughts about technology, politics, and current events. He posts a lot from his iPhone and has a lot of interesting things to say about technology. I like Techdr. Irvine because he has a unique style that reflects his own personal views on many things. He’s also one of the few people who I have met who doesn’t seem to have a political agenda.