Welcome Steve Bass

By  |  Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at 7:13 pm

Steve Bass's TechBiteDuring my almost fourteen years as an editor at PC World, there was no question who our most popular writer was. It was Steve Bass, who was associated with PCW for even longer than I was. As the author of a well-read column, newsletter, and blog, as well as lots of feature articles, Steve was sort of the fearless leader of a sizable army of loyal, outspoken fans. He created a community long before anyone talked about online communities, and when readers told us what they liked about PCW, it was often, essentially, “reviews, news, tips…and Steve Bass.”

Like me, Steve is still a contributing editor for PC World, but is now focusing most of his energies on his own startup gig. In his case that’s TechBite, a newsletter and site that are all Steve, all the time. I’m delighted to announce that Steve has agreed to let us borrow some of his material. It’ll appear on Technologizer in the form of blog posts, but if you want to make sure you get a full weekly dose of Bass, head over to TechBite and sign up for his newsletter, which comes out on Wednesdays.

It’s great to be associated with Steve again–and I know you’ll enjoy his contributions, whether you’re an old fan or will be encountering him for the first time.



6 Comments For This Post

  1. thehumanyawn Says:


  2. Steve Wildstrom Says:

    Welcome aboard.

  3. Harry Culotta Says:

    Steve Bass has always been my favorite columnist at PC World, and it’s great he continues to share his time and talents with his Tech Bite newsletter. Steve is one of the most people-centered tech writers in the field, and his columns are always a delightful read. Kudos to Harry McCracken for sharing Steve’s knowledge and insights with technologizer.com!

  4. dt Says:

    steve who?

  5. Rochelle Says:

    I’m a great fan of Bass. He’s both folksy and irreverent, and doesn’t take himself too seriously.

  6. Janelle Bailey Says:

    My sister is a big fan of Steve Bass and she even wants me to follow the footsteps of Steve Bass. I think that is too ambitious.