Nigel Whitfield

Freelance journalist & editor

Nigel Whitfield, September 2006
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Welcome to Nigel Whitfield.com. I'm a freelance journalist and editor, with experience in a wide range of fields, and articles published in many of the UK's leading computer magazines, as well as national newspapers and a couple of books.

On this site you can find out about my experience, the skills that I have to offer as a freelance, and read extracts from some of my articles.

There are also links to published articles elsewhere online, and to some of my other projects and work around the internet.

So, whether you're looking for an experienced writer or editor, or just want to revisit some of the magazine articles that I've written in the past, I hope you find these pages useful.

You'll find CV, experience and contact details in the “About Me” area; under “My Work” you can read extracts from some articles on this site, and see more about what I've done in the past. There's also now a page where you can see some of the details of forthcoming work, with information about when it will be available in print or online. The “Links” section contains links to material that I've written but which can't, for copyright or other contractual reasons, be included on this site directly.

In the right hand panel you'll often find useful explanations, and some supplementary links and background material about the information in the main part of the page, as well as the five most recently added articles or links.

Photograph by Elliott Franks, 2006.

Navigation tip: you can return to this page at any time, just by clicking on the photograph above this column.

Gone Digital:

My digital TV & technology blog

Forthcoming articles:

Click here to find out more.

Most recent links:

Freeview HD Q and A
Hacking the Sony Reader
Panasonic TX-L37V10
My Dutch WiFi Hell
The Humax HDR and Unicable

Most recent articles:

3D printers
Satellite basics
Internet phone handsets
Why don't PVRs have DVD burners?
The true cost of wireless data

Popular choices:

OpenBSD mail server
Browser geolocation

If you'd like to look at the previous version of this site, you can follow this link; it only redirects you to this page if you visit it from outside my site.