I've written hundreds of articles, reports, speeches, etc. Here's a small sampling of my work. To read, simply CLICK ON THE ARTICLE IMAGE.
Complete rewrite of website for Soho Solutions, a New York City IT consultancy (20+ web pages, approx 90,000 words). Done in conjunction with the Victoria, B.C. internet marketing company, CalliaMedia. (July, 2014)
"Keep both mind, body in shape"-- Cedar Rapids Gazette: This article also presents the research of Professors Alexander and Langer (see Chicago Tribune article above right) but is built around human interest, with its profile of former Olympic athlete Derek Pugh.
Part two of article above, featuring tips on aging from experts.
"Dad was quiet--but hatched some real surprises"--The Saint John Telegraph-Journal (in their Saturday magazine, The New Brunswick Weekly Reader) --sold to them for the Father's Day issue. This profile of my oft-surprising father began in a graduate course on the art of the periodic essay, taken a couple of years before.
Series of five blog posts on web conferencing, plus a White Paper, for Conference Calls Unlimited, based in Iowa.
"Keeping your mind alert may add years to your life"-- Chicago Tribune, Style (Saturday magazine): features the work of researchers Charles Alexander and Ellen Langer in bringing to light techniques to boost mental alertness and longevity.
"John Hagelin and the Constitution of the Universe"-- The Iowa Source (click on article image to view full article): profile of world-class physicist John Hagelin with a brief history of the progress of physics towards a Theory of Everything. Features interviews with several physics luminaries, including Nobel-prize winner Sheldon Glashow.
Neil is a superb writer. Of the many, many articles that we ran in the early years of this magazine, I believe that Neil’s profile of world-class quantum physicist John Hagelin was the most popular. It was beautifully written, and very well researched, containing a lot of surprising detail about a local hero that no one had known before. Even today, people are still requesting it! -- Claudia Mueller, founding editor, Iowa Source