Looking back over a selection of the posts I’ve written over the past few years, I can see how I have grown as a writer. In my mind, it’s not so much about the evolution of my technical skills (though that’s a part of it), but more about “finding my voice.” That is, I figured out how I wanted to say what I wanted to say in an effective manner.

I never set out to cover Apple explicitly. They were just the company that I felt was closest to the point of real excitement. They were the one company really pushing the envelope at scale, and that in turn led the forward progress over several industries. So I dug in.


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Looking back over a selection of the posts I’ve written over the past few years, I can see how I have grown as a writer. In my mind, it’s not so much about the evolution of my technical skills (though that’s a part of it), but more about “finding my voice.” That is, I figured out how I wanted to say what I wanted to say in an effective manner.

I never set out to cover Apple explicitly. They were just the company that I felt was closest to the point of real excitement. They were the one company really pushing the envelope at scale, and that in turn led the forward progress over several industries. So I dug in.

When I did find my voice, I realized that what I was saying had to be heartfelt. I had to really believe it, or it wouldn’t work. I wasn’t trying to be an objective journalist — if anything, I was trying to be the opposite.

Some people hated that. For others, it resonated. I was taking a stand, and whether you agreed or disagreed, you were gonna know where I stood. These selected posts showcase that mentality, which continues to drive what I write today.

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