Dana Blankenhorn

Dana Blankenhorn

About Dana Blankenhorn


Long term biotech trends
Renewable energy


M.S,J. Northwestern (Medill School) 1978
B.A. Rice University, History and Political Science 1977

Awards and Accomplishments:

Tech reporter since 1982, Freelance since 1983, on Internet since 1985.
Created first online coverage of Internet with a magazine, Interactive Age, 1994
Co-wrote BBS Systems for Business in 1991, Wrote Guide to Field Computing in 1992
Wrote technology history now called “Living with Moore’s Law” in 2001, 2010, 2021
Author of over a dozen books, both fiction and non-fiction

About Dana:

Dana Blankenhorn has been a financial journalist since 1978, a technology journalist since 1982, and an Internet journalist since 1985. He writes a Substack newsletter, Facing the Future, which covers technology, markets, and politics.

He has written a half-dozen technology books, several novels available at the Amazon Kindle store, and covered beats ranging from education to e-commerce, and from open source to renewable energy. He lives in Atlanta.

Recent Articles

Can New FTX Deal Turn GameStop (GME) Stock Around?

GME stock is up on hopes the FTX deal will turn its GameStop Wallet into a popular platform for trading cryptocurrency and NFTs.

Why Are Software Stocks Climbing Higher Today?

What's going on with software stocks today? Bargain hunters honed in on Coupa Software and GitLab as both beat estimates in a down market.

Why Is UiPath (PATH) Stock Plunging Today?

PATH stock fell 20% as fears of a recession grew in Europe and major brokerages downgraded it. But the business remains sound.

CHIPS Act Update Gives Bears the Upper Hand With Chip Stocks

Chip stocks are in focus as the U.S. prepares to implement the CHIPS and Science Act, with $50 billion in aid for the sector.

Why Is Digital World (DWAC) Stock Plunging Today?

Failure to get an extension from shareholders could mean the end of DWAC stock's SPAC deal with the former president's social network,