I’m very proud of some of my more recent work at Macworld. I first started contributing to the magazine and website almost exactly two years ago. A few editors—all of whom I follow on Twitter—had posted at the same time, seeking help reviewing iPhone apps.
I wrote to the email address provided, and soon enough was churning out reviews of iOS apps every month. Later I branched out, helping out with some of Macworld’s blogging, too. And eventually, I began contributing opinion pieces and features. For whatever reason, they like me over there. Getting paid to write about Apple stuff still strikes me as more magical than even the iPad.
Anyway, some recent stuff I wrote there that pleases me:
- The customer is sometimes right:
An analysis of how Apple responds to customer feedback
- A write-up on Tim Cook, in light of Steve Jobs’s leave of absence
- Thoughts on the iOSification of Mac software
- Remainders for the 19th and 20th
I’ll be at Macworld 2011 next week in San Francisco (my first Macworld conference). Writing for those guys has turned out to be a pretty sweet gig.