Bruce Kratofil of BJK Research has written for a variety of computer and economic publications.
He has co-authored Windows 2000 Secrets (IDG Books, 2000, out of print) with Brian Livingston and Bruce Brown. He was also a contributing author in the Windows 95 Bug Book (Addison-Wesley, 1995, out of print). This book was included in a special Computer Bug exhibit in the Smithsonian Institution.
Before starting the BugBlog, he was senior editor and then editor of BugNet, the world’s leading supplier of PC Bug fixes, and has been a regular contributor to the Best Practices column in Network Magazine. His work has appeared on the Technology Page of the MSNBC web site, at C Net, at the ZD Net Help Desk, at InfoWorld, and at Blogcritics.org. As a PC bug expert and as an economist, he has been interviewed and been a source for Home Office Computing, C Net, USA Today, Business Week, C Net Radio, Information Week, and HR TechKnow.
He has also written for Business Economics and NABE News, and was a contributor of “Windows on the Web” for the National Association for Business Economics web site.
Links to writing
Sample writing on site:
- BugNet at the Smithsonian
- Death of a Hard Drive
- The Big Sleep, or a Short Nap
- Measuring Your Social Media Profile
Offsite (some of these websites move or delete content, so sometimes the links go bad)