After some three decades of being on the Internet in various projects and pursuits, it isn’t hard to find me with a search engine, but it isn’t easy to find out what I’ve been actually DOING! Some 2012-2013 articles by the UTSanDiego which come up in a search have been derogatory and, ultimately, inaccurate. (although I am perversely proud of joining the list of really accomplished folk who have been targeted by this alleged newspaper) Currently pending litigation had and will continue to clear most of that up (in the meantime, cancel your UT subscription if you happen to still have one). In the meantime, here are some useful and current links that show some of the things that I’m currently doing and have done in the recent past:
www.sandiegocan.org - where I’m still advocating on behalf of and with San Diego consumers. Contains over 150 recent articles about consumer issues and advice.
www.50centstories.com - where will soon be read my latest e-books: “Whale of a Dragon’s Tale” and “Fantastic Journals”. Some short stories from these two books can be found here.
www.wattpad.com - my website dedicated to first-person narrative short stories that I’ve written this year.
www.echamps.org - chronicles my activities in the Environmental Champions’ Legacy Fund private foundation for preservation of sensitive habitat.
Rejection of SDG&E anti-solar charge – regulators accept my arguments about SDG&E’s proposed network usage fee.
Public Utility Fortnightly interview – a 2007 interview about the future of the electric utility business
USD Magazine interview - a 2005 in-depth article about me.
San Diego Union Tribune article - back in 2005 when the Union Tribune was still a journalistic enterprise and not the UTSanDiego ‘National Enquirer’, energy reporter Craig Rose profiled me.