Mark Lambert

Copy Writer, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

Antiquarian fixated futurist. Freelance writer.

I write about technology, modernity and society.
I dig history and think it can shed light on where we go next.
I'm interested in emergent tech and how it affects our physical and emotional well-being.
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Ad/Promotional Copy, Website Copy, Whitepaper
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Deakin, Postgrad Diploma in Communication
Las Vegas|English
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Save your gadgets from Summer
callnerds.comAd/Promotional Copy
Save your gadgets from Summer

There’s a lot to love about Summer. Blue skies, golden evenings and the complete absence of additional thermal under-garments are a siren call to all but the most indoorsy of nerds. The problem is, you may love Summer but your electronics absolutely do not.

July, 10 2018
Altpocket Review: Could it be the best cryptocurrency tracker?
totalcrypto.io
Altpocket Review: Could it be the best cryptocurrency tracker?
July, 11 2018
Charging what you're worth: Lessons from a vacuum cleaner
blog.freelancersunion.orgBlog Post
Charging what you're worth: Lessons from a vacuum cleaner

Years ago, I owned a vacuum cleaner. To be clear, I didn’t buy it. Nor do I have any recollection of someone giving it to me. One day I looked in my closet and simply discovered it nonchalantly resting against a wall. It seemed rude to question its right to be there.

July, 6 2018
4 key continuous learning lessons from a cat
blog.freelancersunion.orgArticle
4 key continuous learning lessons from a cat

My cat is easily the most “together” person I’ve ever met. She’s always well-groomed. She’s rarely late. She’s religious about getting twelve hours of sleep every night, yet manages to maintain a peak level of fitness. Her persuasion skills are the stuff of legend. She’s also an expert in networking, forging lasting friendships while actively pursuing clearly defined life goals (bug-eating, mainly).

June, 12 2018
Tech Gifts Dad REALLY Wants for Father’s Day
callnerds.comArticle
Tech Gifts Dad REALLY Wants for Father’s Day

A recent highly reputable scientific study found that every time you buy your dad a tie or cologne for Father’s Day, a small but irreplaceable part of his heart breaks just a little. That’s not fathers talking. That’s science.

July, 3 2018
Is the Delta crypto app the best way to track your portfolio?
totalcrypto.ioArticle
Is the Delta crypto app the best way to track your portfolio?

Delta is designed to provide an intuitive and low-maintenance platform for tracking cryptocurrencies. Building on a solid suite of tracking tools, Delta also seeks to provide a complete solution for making portfolio decisions. To make that happen, it provides a dynamic picture of the market as a whole, with the latest coin prices, market charts and even a highly configurable alert system so you can stay ahead of the curve with investment opportunities.

July, 2 2018
Computer Repair
callnerds.comWebsite Copy
Computer Repair

Do you look at your computer and sigh, remembering the golden days when you pressed the On switch and it just worked? Is your computer getting slow and sluggish in its old age? Or maybe you’re fed up with all that old, out-of-date software? What if we told you that Nerds On Call can help you with all these problems and more?

The Exciting Future of Brain Wearables and You
medium.comArticle
The Exciting Future of Brain Wearables and You
January, 22 2018
The Navigators
postreligion.comBlog Post
The Navigators
Will Neurotechnology Change How We Think?
medium.comBlog Post
Will Neurotechnology Change How We Think?
January, 20 2018
Weimardoodle: The Weimaraner Poodle Mix
thehappypuppysite.comArticle
Weimardoodle: The Weimaraner Poodle Mix

The Weimardoodle combines two intelligent and active dog breeds into one package. With its intelligent eyes and long face, the Weimardoodle’s poodle heritage is unmistakable. Yet, the Weimaraner influence shines out just as strongly. The result is a certain scruffy nobility that is entirely endearing.

July, 11 2018
Neuroscience and Marketing: How We Buy, Sell when Our Brains are on the Market
medium.comArticle
Neuroscience and Marketing: How We Buy, Sell when Our Brains are on the Market
January, 20 2018
Atheism and agnosticism: a primer
postreligion.com
Atheism and agnosticism: a primer
April, 26 2018
How Will Neurotechnology Impact Sports in the 22nd Century?
medium.comArticle
How Will Neurotechnology Impact Sports in the 22nd Century?
January, 22 2018
The Art of Thinking: Will Development of Neurotechnology Force Us Become Thought Diplomats
medium.comArticle
The Art of Thinking: Will Development of Neurotechnology Force Us Become Thought Diplomats
March, 19 2018
Surrogates are Closer than You Think
medium.comBlog Post
Surrogates are Closer than You Think
March, 19 2018
Neurocontrolled Devices on the Market: Technology Overview
medium.comArticle
Neurocontrolled Devices on the Market: Technology Overview
March, 19 2018
Thoughts of the Future: How Ephemeral Becomes Solid
medium.comArticle
Thoughts of the Future: How Ephemeral Becomes Solid
March, 19 2018
Free Your Mind with Neurotechnology: From Brain Meditation to Action Initiation
medium.comArticle
Free Your Mind with Neurotechnology: From Brain Meditation to Action Initiation
March, 19 2018
The Growing, Fascinating Field of “Neurorights”
medium.comBlog Post
The Growing, Fascinating Field of “Neurorights”
January, 20 2018
How Does Black Mirror Reflect Our Thoughts on Neurotechnology and the Future?
medium.comBlog Post
How Does Black Mirror Reflect Our Thoughts on Neurotechnology and the Future?
December, 26 2017
Health technology in 2018
evolyst.comBlog Post
Health technology in 2018

In the first half of 2017 alone, an estimated $3.5 billion was invested in healthcare technology. While it’s difficult to estimate the trajectory of this huge and rapidly growing market, it’s safe to say the health industry is being transformed by emergent healthcare technologies.

September, 29 2017
The iPhone X has no buttons. But what if it were touchless?
medium.comBlog Post
The iPhone X has no buttons. But what if it were touchless?
March, 19 2018
Scenario 2: When your annoying cousin just wants to get a rise out of you
postreligion.comBlog Post
Scenario 2: When your annoying cousin just wants to get a rise out of you
Is There Anybody Else… in My Head? Security in Neurotech
medium.comAd/Promotional Copy
Is There Anybody Else… in My Head? Security in Neurotech

Neurotechnology copy

January, 29 2018
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