Since 2012, I have been a contributing writer for TechRepublic.
For my most recent posts, see http://www.techrepublic.com/search/?q=andy+wolber.
I've worked on several projects for Idealware.org (now part of TechImpact.org) including:
A Consumer's Guide to CRM Systems for Public Media (2019, members-only link)
Nonprofit Accounting: Selecting Financial Management Software (March 2018)
Case Management System Market Trends (January 2018)
A Consumers Guide to Low-Cost Donor Management Systems (February 2017)
As a freelancer, I have written for Backupify (now part of Datto, which is now part of Kaseya), ClickTime, Lifewire, RainViewer, and Torii.
In 2015, the Cook Family Foundation supported a series of posts (and workshops) to help nonprofit leaders think about the role of technology in their work. The series covered:
Personal learning tools – Personal learning: it’s a process
Security – Improve security with three apps
Communications – Build your org online
Infrastructure – Enough technology for your Nonprofit
Collaboration – Solving problems together
Data and databases – Got Data? Use it.
In 2012, I wrote “Writing a Grant” for the Michigan Festival and Events Association’s Event Guide.
In 2010, with advice from colleagues, I wrote the technology section of the Michigan Nonprofit Association Nonprofit Management Manual.
In 1985, a game and article I wrote, Challenger One, was published in COMPUTE!'s VIC-20 Collection.