I write about technology for a living, and I write about film as a labor of love. Lately, I’ve been writing professionally about home theater, which combines my living with my love.
I’m probably best-known for my humor column, Gigglebytes, which ran for nearly 22 years in various publications worldwide until I decided to discontinue it in 2008.
I’m also PC World’s answer to Dear Abby. I’ve been writing the magazine’s advice column (and now blog), Answer Line, since 1997. It appears in PC World, a magazine with which Lincoln has been associated since 1989. My articles have also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Consumer Digest, Small Business Computing, Home Office Computing, Oakland City Magazine, Computer Currents, Business 2.0, and InfoWorld.
Lincoln Spector is the author’s real name, appearing on his birth certificate and driver’s license. You can contact Lincoln at firstname.lastname@example.org.