The Industry Standard

I became a reporter at the first magazine about the business of the Internet at 23 years old, just as the first bubble began to inflate. I covered telecom, advertising, Hollywood, you name it, under the patient guidance of Jonathan Weber. Every so often he let me write about the thing I most wanted to: the people and projects that the first Internet boom left behind.

Black Executives Excluded from the Web’s Riches

The Curious Business of Naming Web Companies

Why Planned Parenthood Can’t Find a Developer

Al Sharpton’s Advertising Showdown

The Founder Who Almost Didn’t Make It