|I am a co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business As Usual, and author of Gonzo Marketing: Winning Through Worst Practices. There's a bio here. Following is a sampling of my recent work. Contact info is at the bottom of the page.|
I redesigned Displaytech's entire site. The live site is here. Click thumbnails below for full-size view.
Esther Dyson's Flight School
I designed this suite of pages for a conference Esther is presenting in Aspen, Colorado. Her Wikipedia page is here. The live site for 2007 is here. The live site for 2008 is here. Click thumbnails for full-size view.
J.P. Rangaswami's blog
Krugle corporate blog
Steve Larsen's personal blog
Chief Blogging Officer
StyleFeeder MySpace page
"When anything can be put on the market with a couple of clicks of a mouse, there will be even more stupid movies, dull books, sloppy data, and bad analyses -- 'infoglut,' in the aptly ugly term of Christopher Locke, editor of Internet Business Report...."
Thomas A. Stewart
"'Companies in the electronic publishing market are beginning to see they want the largest possible market,' said Christopher Locke, general manager of Mecklermedia, a Westport, Conn., publishing and exhibition company. 'They don't want to be trapped in markets that are Balkanized or private.'"
"The [Cluetrain] Manifesto is the pretentious, strident and absolutely brilliant creation of four marketing gurus who have renounced marketing-as-usual.... Mr. Locke, the hub in this network, has a history of getting in early..."
Thomas Petzinger, Jr.
"Mr Locke started in 1993 the Internet Business Report, the first publication to cover what would eventually become the dot.com industry, then sold the idea of what would later be called a 'portal' to one of the web's first entrepreneurs, Alan Meckler."
"Christopher Locke is an Internet industry expert and a coauthor of The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual (Perseus Books, 2000). He is currently at work on Gonzo Marketing: Winning Through Worst Practices (Perseus Books, 2001)."
"Steve Martin doesn't have one yet, but Christopher Locke does."