I do a lot of writing on my own, but some of my work has been fortunate enough to be published in 2600: The Hacker Quarterly Magazine and The Altamont Enterprise newspaper. Here you can find my published and non-published work, excluding my most recent article for the 2014 Summer edition of 2600 as that hasn't yet been released.
The Hacker Perspective
In The Hacker Perspective, I, 16 years of age at the time of writing, take a look back at my short hacking career both critically and humorously with the intent of entertaining and educating experienced hackers, dissuading aspiring hackers from following a path of misconceptions and destruction, and to to provide my insight on the beginner hacking subculture and the hacker mentality.
"The term 'hacker' is an elusive one. One that is seemingly impossible to develop a clear definition for as raging debates are often the result of any attempt to apply a formal treatise to the word."
I wrote this article after seeing that 2600 Magazine: The Hacker Quarterly was accepting submissions for The Hacker Perspective column. I decided I'd give it a shot, so I sat down and cranked out the article on a Saturday back in October of 2013. I honestly didn't expect it to get published and I was shocked when I got a confirmation email in May of 2014. You can read the article in the Summer 2014 edition of 2600 Magazine or download a .pdf of the article (don't worry, it's legal, I retain ownership of the article).
A Look at History Through a Curious Lens
This article was the first I had written that got published (in print and on the newspaper's website). My inspiration came when a pair of antique glasses were found within the depths of my grandmother's basement. After researching them, I found their history fascinating so I decided to write about them. I received a great deal of appreciation for my work on this article and I even received a response from somebody related to the glasses! I hope you enjoy my article, and its response, as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Links to Articles:
A Look at History Through a Curious Lens (article)
Work of Teenage Historian Appreciated (response)