I started writing about "digital culture" for the San Francisco Examiner back before anyone had much idea what I meant by that phrase -- before Wired magazine, before the Web. From 1991 to 1995, when I left to join Salon, I wrote with the philosophy: No hyping of technology; no knee-jerking against it. No reviews of products that don't exist yet or that have only been previewed for the press. If you read about it in my column, you should be able to get it (or get to it).
1994 Columns and Stories, including interviews with William Gibson, Howard Rheingold and Pedro Meyer.
Prehistory: Earlier articles on digital culture -- a virtual reality baedeker, a profile of Mario the plumber, and more.