I do as much writing as I do photography. Here are a few of the fifty-some-odd books I have written over the years. They cover technology, photography, travel, childhood games, history, and other completely unrelated topics!
World View: Images from a Life of Travel (See Life Productions, Incorporated)
A Year in Southridge Meadow (See Life Productions, Incorporated, 2010)
A Matter of Last Resort: The Story of Byron Hot Springs. Contra Costa County Historical Society, 1987
A Spanish-English Telecommunications Dictionary (Shepard Communications Group, Williston, Vermont, 2001)
Telecom Crash Course (McGraw-Hill, New York, October 2001)
RFID Demystified (McGraw-Hill, New York, July 2004)
Telecom Crash Course, Second Edition (McGraw-Hill, New York, June 2005)
VoIP Crash Course (McGraw-Hill, New York, July 2005)
Managing Supply Chain Technology (Aspatore Publishing, November 2006)
Using VoIP to Empower Your Business (Business Week, November 2007)
The Telecom Economy: Charting a Path in Uncertain Times (McGraw-Hill, New York, May 2008)
One Seat Over: How to Start and Operate an Independent Consultancy (Executive Crash Course Press, 2009)
Reverse Engineering the Future: A Prescription for Change Leadership (Executive Crash Course Press, 2009)
Giving Up Control: Strategies for Success in the User-Generated Economy (Executive Crash Course Press, 2010)
Commotion in the Ocean: A Technical Commercial Diving Manual. National Association of Underwater Instructors, 1979.
Managing Cross-Cultural Transition: A Handbook for Corporations, Employees and Their Families (Aletheia Publications, New York, 1997)
I have also written more articles than I can remember. Check Google, or contact me about specific topics.