SXSW In A Nutshell: Homeless People As Hotspots
 • “Go read him.” — Tim Carmody, Wired

The Complete Über-Geek’s Guide to Reading Online
 • Regularly updated

How to Save Blogging from Itself
 • Searching for a media soul

Confessions Of A Professional Internet Addict
 • Confronting my bad habits


Why I Don’t Talk about Israel and Palestine on the Internet
 • Keep religion out of politics

Who By Fire?
 • Religion at Burning Man

What All Is Ablaze?
 • Wrestling with my many faiths

Metaphors Are People, Too
 • On Being a Writer™

Burning Man

Wisdom Has Costs
 • Sexism at Burning Man. Also pants-wetting

The Daily Portal #3: Portalmaker
 • How I learned what I want to be when I grow up

The Social Network Is All Around You
 • What tech people can learn from Burning Man

24 Hours at the Temple of Juno
 • A long-form collaboration with Sarah Russo


The New Disruptors with Glenn Fleishman
 • On music, mindfulness, and making things

CMD+SPACE with Myke Hurley
 • On leaving ReadWrite, starting The Daily Portal, and masquerading as @NextTechBlog

Current Editorials interview
 • On starting The Daily Portal and my views on tech media. This post was featured by Mediagazer

BBC radio interview
 • Discussing the Homeless Hotspots controversy

Adam Lashinsky, author of Inside Apple
 • I interview the Forbes editor-at-large about his book that peers inside one of the world's most interesting companies

Public Speaking

In February 2015, I spoke to a class of future rabbis and Jewish educators at American Jewish University about the relationship between technology and spirituality and my first book, In Real Life: Searching for Connection in High-Tech Times.

I gave a talk at the conference at 2013 about technologies that could improve online journalism.

In 2014, I interviewed Grover Norquist at Burning Man. This photo is the only proof I have so far, but as more becomes available, I will post it here.

Photo by Jenna Rose Marek

Photo by Jenna Rose Marek