For consulting firm Tatum I examined and wrote about the systems behind the systems that make a leading home-title provider run smoothly. If you speak the language of ERP, you’ll appreciate this case study.
A Tatum case-study about the behind-the-scenes technology operations of a company that manufactures cardboard and paperboard material for all sorts of applications.
This booklet I wrote for the National Cable & Telecommunications Association in represented an ideal assignment: lots of research, plenty of source material, an interesting subject, and (thank you, Helen!) enough time to do it right. Be warned: It’s a big .pdf download (about 6 Mb) but worth a look. Design is by Fathom Design & Creative.
This magazine cover story reflects an unusual reporting challenge – to develop a comprehensive profile of an individual who refuses to be interviewed.
Too bad, because I think Denver sports magnate and real estate impresario Stan Kroenke is probably a pretty interesting individual, and someday I’d love to sit down with the guy over a glass of that expensive wine from a California vineyard he recently bought. Until then, this will have to do. Â
(Published originally in ColoradoBiz and available here from the magazine’s archives.)
The sports network turns 25 and a gaggle of “remember when” articles magically appears. This one takes more of an inside-business look at a little network that became really big.
Dick Tracy. Where would we be without him? Here’s an ode to the enduring influence of a comic book figure with real-life vision .pdf example.
This article I wrote on behalf of Lefthand Networks talks about a new era of innovation in data storage. Many kudos to CEO Bill Chambers, who patiently explained it all. The column appeared in Computer Technology Review.