I started writing bad computer advice because I belonged to a forum in which there was a wealth of really good advice being dispensed every day, and well, I just couldn't compete in that arena. I needed to find my niche, my own voice. I needed to share what I knew best; what not to do with your computer. Despite how it may appear, writing bad advice is not easy. I spend seconds of time researching my many computer books, consulting various informative web sites and speaking to people with years of experience working on a variety of systems...then getting roaring drunk, downing a handful of expired medication of dubious origin, and once my remaining brain cells are sufficiently addled, staggering around the house until by some miracle I find not only my computer chair, but also my keyboard, and manage to find enough of the right keys to compose what passes for an entry. I am truly dedicated to my art.”
—Jeber's Tech Blog
A former 60s radical turned social and humor blogger. Gay atheist Aquarian lefthander. Passionate about minority issues and concerned for humanity. Seeker of wisdom, dispenser of silliness. Once turned down opportunity to write for TV show with, I...