I have written three books: Hacking Cyberspace (Westview Press, 2001), Thinking Otherwise: Philosophy, Communication, Technology (Purdue University Press, 2007), and The Machine Question: Critical Perspectives on AI, Robots and Ethics (MIT Press, 2012). In addition to these monographs, I have also co-edited (with Ted Gournelos) a collection of critical essays called Transgression 2.0: Media, Culture and the Politics of a Digital Age (Continuum, 2011). Currently I am at work on a fifth book, Heidegger and the Media, which will be written in collaboration with Paul Taylor and published in 2013 by Polity.

I have written and published over thirty five articles, book reviews, and book chapters in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and anthologies. These texts address a diverse and wide range of subjects--cyberspace, virtual reality, computer law and ethics, machine translation, postmodern philosophy, digital architecture, the Internet, critical theory--and have appeared in venues like Critical Studies in Media Communication, International Studies in Philosophy, Communication Theory, New Media and Society, Configurations, Bosah Ebo's Cyberimperialism, and Jonathan Hill's Architecture: The Subject is Matter.

I have lectured on the philosophical aspects of the Internet, computer technology, the future of books, and critical theory at universities and to professional organization in the United States, Austria, United Kingdom, Brazil, and Poland. I also have participated in panels and delivered award-winning scholarly papers at numerous conventions and conferences like the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), the National Communication Association (NCA), the International Communication Association (ICA), the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America (PIASA), and the International Conference on Virtual Reality and Communcation Ethics.

Because my expertise covers the Internet, cyberspace, and computer technology, I am often interviewed by journalists and reporters for stories in newspapers, periodicals, on-line publications, and film documentaries. My comments have appeared in the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, ORF-Science, The Courier News, and Wisconsin Public Radio.