Mat Honan was a senior editor at GettingIt. He wrote about the whole experience for Green magazine, which promptly folded.

Honan is a San Francisco-based freelance writer and photographer. His work has appeared in Mother Jones, Time, Macworld,, Online Journalism Review, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, and all sorts of dodgy, fly-by-night, webzines that are no longer with us. He writes a regular technology column for The New York Sun, and volunteers at the 826 Valencia center.
July 26, 1999
How Andy Kaufman saved pro wrestling
September 3, 1999
Will gadgets and military tactics really solve anything?
August 5, 1999
What those TV dads would earn in the real world
July 30, 1999
Testing the limits of self-expression
November 4, 1999
Our mystery date with Mahir
August 19, 1999
I think that I shall never see lovely Pavement poetry
August 17, 1999
Pastor Steve on Christian polygamy
May 15, 2000 launched with no plan, no ads, no marketing, no nothing. It failed. But one of its founders had a pretty good time.
September 7, 1999
The tangled web of
October 11, 1999
On the road with Mike Watt
September 27, 1999
Will the new millennium be powered by your ass?
December 7, 1999
New movie builds controversy on the Net
November 19, 1999
Wrestling boot camp
November 11, 1999
An online chat with President Clinton