|Occupation||Journalist and columnist|
|Notable credit(s)||Won the 2006 online journalism award from the Society of Professional Journalists, as part of the CNET team who won this award for the series Taking Back the Web.|
Daniel Terdiman is a journalist, who has been published in both print and non-print media, including Time Magazine, The New York Times, Wired Magazine, CNET News.com, Wired News, Martha Stewart Weddings, Salon.com, Business 2.0, Venture Beat and the San Francisco Chronicle. He writes about a wide range of subjects from hi-tech to the web to sports.
He has also made speaking appearances at hi-tech conferences as an expert on electronic game development, including: State of Play, Webzine, SVForum, and Sex in Video Games. He has also written extensively about the online game Second Life. He has been a game development advisor for US National Public Radio (NPR) for the Talk of the Nation broadcast and for the BBC in the UK.
He edited and contributed as an author to Drama in the Desert: The Sights and Sounds of Burning Man (ISBN 0972178902), a 2002 book about the annual Burning Man arts festival, held in the Nevada Desert. He wrote The Entrepreneur's Guide to Second Life: Making Money in the Metaverse (ISBN 0470179147). He was the panel moderator at the Game Developers' Conference 2007, on the topic of Burning Man.
He holds a Masters of Science degree in Journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He currently works as a senior writer for Venture Beat. Terdiman won the 2006 online journalism award from the Society of Professional Journalists, as part of the CNET team who won this award for the series Taking Back the Web.
- "To delete Wikipedia entry or not to delete?" January 10, 2007
- "Into the wild blue virtual yonder", December 18, 2006
- "Taking Back the Web" (mid-November 2005 series, for which he won the Society of Professional Journalists Award)
- "Can German engineering fix Wikipedia?", August 23, 2006
- "Growing Pains for Wikipedia", December 5, 2005
- "Wikibooks takes on textbook industry", September 28, 2005
- Further List of articles by Daniel Terdiman for CNET (2,026 articles)
As Wired.com staff writer
- List of 193 articles by Daniel Terdiman for Wired.com and Wired Magazine as published online at Wired.com (archive from 2007-02-08 at 09:35:37)
- "A Blog for Baseball Fans Builds a League of Sites", The New York Times, April 8, 2005 (sample of several contributions as writer)
- "Untitled", Martha Stewart Weddings, Spring 2004 issue, Page 352.
- "A Vacation Home of Your Own...", Business 2.0 Magazine as published online at CNN Money.com, January 1, 2004
- "World Series or wedding plans? That is the question", San Francisco Chronicle as published online at SF Gate, April 14, 2003 (sample of several contributions as writer)
- "Apocalypse Now", Time Magazine, July 1, 2002 (sample of several contributions as reporter)
- "Sneaking peeks at the porn clowns", Salon.com, March 7, 2002
- "Award given to D. Terdiman, Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism, Notice of Award (Society of Professional Journalists), September 20, 2006". Ciij.org. Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- See the "Works" section above for documentation of his journalism experience.
- "New York Law School Conference Program for State of Play IV". Nyls.edu. Archived from the original on 2008-08-29. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- SVForum, Virtual Worlds-The Rules of Engagement.
- "Sex in Video Games Conference - Agenda". 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-12-29. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- Hof, Rob (2006-04-20). "(online), April 20, 2006, My Second Life, by Rob Hof (staff writer)". Business Week. Archived from the original on 2010-07-10. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- "Project Credits". Drama in the Desert. Retrieved 2010-06-04.
- "Game Developers' Conference 2007 - Session on Burning Man: Takeaways for Game Developers". CMP Media LLC. 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2010-06-04.