I am an award-winning journalist, writer, and real Maniac, being born and raised in Caribou, Maine. But I currently live with my immediate family far from home, in San Diego, Calif. My cameras late in 2015: Fujifilm X-T1 and iPhone 6 Plus.

I am author of about a half-dozen ebooks, including Responsible Reporting: Field Guide for Bloggers, Journalists, and Other Online News Gatherers and Comic-Con Heroes: The Fans Who Make the Greatest Show on Earth.

I am an experienced analyst, consultant, editor, journalist, and storyteller. My communication skills are broader than just the written word. I have appeared on CNBC, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR, PBS, and other radio or TV networks or programs discussing technology and its related cultural and business impact.

During the second decade of the Millennium, my main worklife focus is producing original content, which could make you the star. I contend that "every life is epic", and through storytelling show by how much.

I am available for editing, writing, or speaking gigs. Be warned, if you want to hire me: My investigative storytelling style is provocative. I want people to think about things from different viewpoints.

I can be reached:

Email: joe at bunnybows dot com
Twitter: @joewilcox

They say you can judge someone by their playlist or what they read. I subscribes to:

Economist, Nature, and Rolling Stone on iPad; New York Times and Washington Post on web and digital devices; Mother Jones, New Yorker, National Geographic, and Vanity Fair in print, on web, and digital devices.

But often the most valuable content comes not from paid professionals but people posting to social networks and blogs.

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  • The world is not safe again. I just got another Google Glass. Off to the hackathon in San Mateo. by Robert Scoble
  • Men with Dog by Reiner Girsch

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Joe Wilcox
October 2005
Caribou, Maine
San Diego, United States
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