Below you'll find links to some of the articles I've done for the Wall Street Journal. It's a random selection, but that's the fun of being a reporter. You get to poke your nose into all sorts of unexpected places. Some of them were core coverage on my beat. Others were ancillary tales tangentially related to computers or photography. And some were just arresting stories that I came across because I am constantly fascinated by the way people interact with each other and the planet we live on.
Warning: some of these links are from the Wall Street Journal and require a paid subscription. Alternative links are provided where possible.
Get the Feeling You're Being Watched? If You're Driving, You Just Might Be
Cameras to Catch Speeders and Scofflaws Are Spreading -- And Sparking Road Rage
One for 'The Birds'
Wild Turkeys Attack Humans in Suburbia
Toms, Seeing People as Low In Pecking Order, Commit Fowl Play With Spurs
WILLIAM M. BULKELEY / Wall Street Journal 23nov2005http://www.mindfully.org/Heritage/2005/Wild-Turkeys-Attack23nov05.htm
Teed-Off Residents Drive Developer to Brink of Ruin
How the Lowly Text Message May Save Languages That Could Otherwise Fade