DAVID S. BENNAHUM
David is a 1990 graduate, magna cum laude, of Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature. As a writer living in New York, he explores and explains the cultural, economic and political consequences brought on by cyberspace. David is a Contributing Editor at Wired, Spin, Lingua Franca, and I.D. His articles apprear in the New York Times, Harper's Bazaar, New York, The Economist, Marketing Computers, Slate, Feed and NetGuide.
A library of published articles can be found here. In August 1995, David started MEME, a bi-weekly newsletter distributed on the Internet. MEME currently has 20,000 readers. David is the author of Extra Life: Coming of Age in Cyberspace to be published by Basic Books in November 1998. David is a dual-national (French-American), and lived in Paris for six years. His first computer was an Atari 800, which he acquired at the age of twelve as a video-game machine.
BOOKS IN PRINT
In Their Own Words: The Beatles After the BreakUp, Omnibus Press (UK), 1991.
k.d. lang, Omnibus Press (UK), 1994.
In Her Own Words: k.d. lang, Omnibus Press (UK), 1995.
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