I are a writer.

As you can see, I write about gadgets, gizmos and geegaws. I write about these things for a variety of online and print media, consumer, specialty and trade. I write about how to buy them, how to use them and how they got invented, made and distributed to stores so you can buy them and use them.

I also write about other stuff. I’ve been a sportswriter and have written a book on the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers (Bums No More: The Championship Season of the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers). The New York Times and around 7,500 other discerning and highly intelligent current and mostly former Brooklynites seemed to like it.

I’ve written a book about small stakes poker (The Rules of Neighborhood Poker According to Hoyle). Around 150,000 reprobates and gambling addicts liked it – and then everyone started playing Texas Hold ‘Em and stopped playing Follow The Queen.

I’ve also done some marketing and consulting on editorial matters. I’ve even had a hand in organizing and running a couple of editorial operations, both in the real and virtual worlds.

But mainly I write about gadgets, gizmos and geegaws. As you can see, it can be a messy profession. And this is only the living room. You should see the office.