I’m Steve Sande, and I have a writing addiction.
I love writing about technology, and I’ve been doing it since 1986 when I first set up a Bulletin Board System (BBS) to talk about Macs and the Apple IIGS. In 1994 I set up my first website — PDAntic.com (link to an Internet Archive snapshot from 1998) — to talk about “personal digital assistants” like the Apple Newton MessagePad and Motorola Envoy. I’ve written a fair number of tech books, hosted a lot of podcasts, and still write about Apple products every day. But I have a love of all things technological, not just Apple’s products.
That’s why I started the Tangible Tech podcast, basically because I was getting a little bored only writing about Macs, iPhones, iPads and accessories. Science and tech have been my life, and I’m hoping I can infect some of you with my enthusiasm about these topics.
Thanks for visiting the site, and I hope you come back soon.
You’ll notice some post titles have an arrow after them, like this: ↗. Click on the title and you’ll go straight to the original source of the post. If you’d rather just read our commentary, go right ahead. If you want the original story, click the title. Boom!
Another icon we’ll use in the post titles is this: 🎙, otherwise known as “Mr. Microphone”. It will indicate that the post contains a podcast.