I’ve been a freelance writer since 2002. I write about technology, politics, culture and even yoga.
You can find my writing at a number of great websites and publications. I enjoy working with all of them.
Places Jeff Reifman Writes
Here are the places where I write:
- Articles by Jeff Reifman at GeekWire
- New York Observer
- Seattle Weekly (no author index there, so look on the writing page below)
- Elephant Journal
- The Stranger: Seattle’s Only Newspaper
- Real Change News
- Sky Valley Chronicle
- Yes! Magazine
- Nieman Reports
- Stories by Jeff Reifman at Alternet
- Common Dreams
- Sys-Con Media
- Flee the Jungle (an alternative to shopping at Amazon)
- Facebook (infrequently)
More About Jeff Reifman’s Background
Jeff helped lead the technology launch of MSNBC.com as part of an eight year career at Microsoft. He left Microsoft to found GiftSpot, later acquired by GiftCertificates.com. He’s a three time grantee of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. He’s known in Seattle for taking on Microsoft’s hypocritical tax dodging and Amazon’s overwhelming impacts. In 2009, he led the capture of missing writer Evan Ratliff in Wired magazine’s Vanish contest. He’s a regular contributor to Tuts+ Codeand provides interim technology leadership for various clients. He is an avid snowboarder,photographer and traveler. He has more than 600 hours of yoga teacher training and volunteers teaching teens in substance recovery. He resides in the Pacific Northwest. Check out his resume.