Monthly Archives: January 2014

Wired Magazine handles queries well

I have to complement Wired Magazine, even though they just rejected an article proposal that I sent them. They seem to be treating writers fairly and I wish other publications would follow their lead. They have the query letter process … Continue reading

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Links to major articles

1) “The Cell Phone Revolution.” Cover story for American Heritage’s Invention and Technology. An American focused story on the history of cell phones. It’s highly compressed to make it quicker to download. Still around 4 megs: http://wp.me/a3XN10-6c 2) “Mobile Telephone History.” Telektronikk. … Continue reading

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Progress report

Q. How’s the writing business going? A. Fairly well, although I am writing more query letters than articles. Q. What’s the count? A. Over the last three months I’ve sent out at least 13 queries. From that, I’ve had one … Continue reading

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Newspaper article published

News-Ledger Editor Steve Marschke contributed to this report. January 15, 2014 Old ‘Sail Inn’ is gone — for now New! For an article on the Sail Inn’s reopening, click here (internal link) By Thomas Farley, News-Ledger Correspondent Last August, after … Continue reading

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More musings on this web site

As I continue to put out query letters I continue to think about what I should use this blog for. My 2008 article on gold mining, published by American Heritage’s Invention and Technology Magazine, does not seem to be on … Continue reading

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