Journalism - The Register
The Register is Europe's largest IT news website, with over one-and-a-half million page impressions a day. I worked on the site for nearly two years, writing four to five stories a day. I still do occasional pieces for them.
Its hard-hitting but light-hearted and entertaining approach to news has made it a prime example of what the Web is best at. It may well be seen as a trailblazer in years to come.
I have yet to reformat all the old stories from my previous site (in fact I had only just started compiling the 2,000 or so stories I have written for The Reg), but I'm working on it.
Those stories I have pulled across can be found under the year headings below. Underneath them are the three most recent stories I have written for The Reg and then some of the stories/features I am most pleased with.
Stories according to years
Three most recent stories
It's Wi-Fi free week with BT (8 January 2004)
Guardian's digital edition raises stakes (31 December 2003)
Internet showdown side-stepped in Geneva (8 December 2003)
Where the hell is my website? series
Where the hell is my website? (28 Jan 2003)
Where the hell is my website? (Part 2) (29 Jan 2003)
A punter's guide to keeping hold of your domain (29 Jan 2003)
The battle for Internet control
Internet battle lines drawn at extraordinary Geneva meeting (6 Mar 2003)
Iraq and war over its .iq domain
Iraq, its domain and the 'terrorist-funding' owner (9 April 2003)
How to write a Flame
How to write a Flame of the Week (12 Jan 2001)