This blog has been going since 1999. The archive up to 2007 is here and here. The rest is all at this site. I am @dsearls on Twitter and have the customary pile of biographical jive here on Linkedin.

A few among the many hats I wear:

In 2005 I received the Google/O’Reilly Open Source Award for Best Communicator.

In 2007 I was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in IT by eWeek.

Since I’m always working on too many things, and will only stop when I’m dead, I want my epitaph to read, “He was almost finished.”

I can be reached by email through doc at my first name] @ [my last name] .com or dsearls at cyber.law.harvard.edu.

Copyright 2015 Doc Searls

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  1. Doc Searls’s avatar

    Thanks, Daveed. I know a ridiculous amount of radio and TV engineering data for somebody who isn’t an actual engineer. A lot of it is like knowing about steam power or incandescent light. It’s old school stuff, on the verge of becoming obsolete. Sorry to say I don’t know what Summerland Syndrome is. I’m also not sure NPR has saturated anything, but I can guess what you mean. Where do you live?

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