OTHER PUBLISHED WRITING
REACTION: 23 OCTOBER 2005
So much has happened since the Irish goverment first tried to introduce nuclear power in the mid-1970s. Such a proposal today would be open to far more public scrutiny. >> LINK
EXTRA TIME: 30 OCTOBER 2005
When the clocks went back this morning, the extra sixty minutes came courtesy of time's long shadow. >> LINK
E-VOTING ABANDONED: 3 MAY 2004
First published on NewsForge.com, the online newspaper for Linux and open source. >> LINK
BOOK REVIEW: AUGUST 2002
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam. Edited by Bernard Edelman. Published by WW Norton 326pp >> LINK
INTERVIEW: JULY 2002
In its day, television wasn't immune to problems with copyright and intellectual property. Evan I Schwartz has written a book on the consequences for Philo Farnsworth, who invented television in the 1920s. This is an interview I did with the author.
THE BLAME GAME: APRIL 2002
by Adam 'Amp' Jewell
With the massive growth in gaming come accusations that it can be harmful to gamers and those around them. Are the accusations justified asks Adam Jewell, who has been gaming since the Atari 2600.
MAKING THE POINT: AUGUST 1998
In the mid-1970s, the Irish government was proposing to build a nuclear power station at Carnsore Point, on the Wexford coast. On the August bank holiday weekend of 1978 a protest was held on the site. I was there and I wrote this piece 20 years later.