Writing has been a part of my life both as a hobby and semi-professionally for years. Unpublished works include four screenplays, two episodic television scripts, and two adapted teleplays. I've also ghostwritten a number of professional letters, public speeches, and television monologues for friends and family.
In 1991 I was the writer/producer/creator of The Adventures of Max Cosmic, a short-lived public access TV series (2 episodes written, 1 produced, 1 aired). I attempted a comeback to that format with The Many Lies of Jon & John in 1999 (5 episodes written, 1 partially produced, 0 aired), but shelved the project when I moved to Los Angeles.
Fixated with employment at startup companies, I've edited, authored or co-authored internal memos, customer emails, public presentations, and website copy for various organizations including iNetNow, i3Mobile, Lycos 411, Stratus Rewards, and Voce Wireless.
I wrote the bowling page for About.com from 1998-2000 and sporadically blogs about technology, gadgets, usability, and the Internet with his cohorts at blog.towform.com.