I am the Editor-in-Chief of The Kernel and an experienced freelance writer, journalist, editor and researcher. I have written extensively for the Telegraph and I was founder and commissioning editor of that paper’s Tech Start-Up 100, a ranking of the most promising technology start-ups in Europe. My writing has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, the Observer, The Commentator, TechCrunch, Directors’ Guild of America Quarterly, the 500 Startups blog, Real Business, Management Today and many other publications and I write guest posts and columns for a wide variety of US and UK newspapers, magazines and websites.
I am a regular contributor to the Catholic Herald where I write about media bias and the intersection of religion and technology. My work has appeared in translation in the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano. I also write a weekly column for Real Business about the challenges facing British enterprise and another weekly column for Blottr on British media and politics. I’m an occasional contributor to Dale & Co.
I also copy-write and consult for small to medium-sized consumer internet companies, particularly those working in media, content, publishing, advertising and social networking. (See my Disclaimer.)