"Cyberspace" journalist who nearly singlehandedly whipped the domain name speculation war into its most insane excesses in an article in Wired back in the day ('95?) after he registered McDonalds.com, finding it available.

From that zenith his career settled comfortably, pausing at his personal favorite of his journalistic endeavours - documenting the seige of the newsgroup rec.pets.cats by alt.tasteless and the real-world legal ramifications of its aftermath - into the toothless but lucrative role of an inoffensive and issue-avoiding e-gadget reviewer for Time.Digital

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