For over three decades, Tristan has been helping people understand the impact of technology on our society and culture. He has written for a number of publications over the years including Forbes, The New York Times, Fast Company, Business Insider, The Times (of London), and more.
He was principal research editor and co-writer on five early technology guide: Net.Games, Net.Money, Net.Sports, Net.Trek, and Net.Tech. After that turn as editor, Tristan was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Internet.com (Initially named iWorld), the first daily technology news website in the world, and founding Editor-in-Chief of Developer.com, one of the largest development related website on the internet at the time.
He has written weekly technology columns for Forbes Magazine, Insider, The Silicon Alley Reporter, and The (New York) Observer and wrote an internationally syndicated column (“Tristan Louis on Technology“) from 2000 to 2007, which was carried globally by 37 newspapers. His writing has also been published by The New York Times, The (London) Times, IEEE Spectrum, Fast Company, Business 2.0, CompTia World, TechWeb, InformIT, Internet World Magazine, and Web Week.
The TNL.net Weblog
With over 50,000 subscribers and an audience that ranges from CEOs and Venture Capitalists to developers and journalists, the TNL.net blog, has been quoted on dozens of TV channels, and hundreds of newspapers.