Wired.com: Founding editor-in-chief
Wired was founded in 1993. I contributed to the first issue and joined the magazine later that year as Associate Editor. In addition to assigning and editing stories for the magazine, I also wrote a number of feature articles.
In 1995 I launched Wired.com as the Editor-in-Chief, managing a team of editors, designers, and producers to develop Wired's online presence.
In 1996 I became an acquisitions editor at Wired's book publishing division, Hardwired, and launched a science fiction imprint, Cortext, which featured the work of notable authors such as Bruce Sterling, Rudy Rucker, and Charles Platt.
I've remained on the masthead of Wired for over 20 years. Today I'm a correspondent for the magazine.