- Contributing Writer for the New York Times Magazine
- Con to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"
“Perfection isn’t possible, of course; every voting system has flaws… The deep, ongoing consternation over touch-screen machines stems from something new: the unpredictability of computers. Computers do not merely produce errors; they produce errors of unforeseeable magnitude.”
“Can You Count on Voting Machines?,” New York Times Magazine, Jan. 6, 2008
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- Contributing Writer, New York Times Magazine
- Columnist, Wired magazine
- Writer, Fast Company and Discover magazines
- Blogger, collisiondetection.net, Sep. 2002-present
- Knight Fellow, Science Journalism Fellowship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 2002-2003
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