David Kirkpatrick

About David Kirkpatrick

David Kirkpatrick is a writer of fiction, business and journalism. His published work includes newspaper and magazine journalism, website content, full-length ghosted nonfiction, marketing communications and short fiction.

His client list includes USA Today, the American City Business Journals family, Oxford Intelligence, BootlegSports.com, Office.com, LocalBusiness.com and C-Level Media, among many others.

If you would like to reach David please send mail to: davidkonline (at) gmail.com.

Do keep in mind this is not a primary mail address and is only checked periodically. If you feel a more urgent need to get in touch leave a comment on this page with contact information.

Follow David on Twitter at http://twitter.com/davidkonline

Anyone seeking professional writing services should also use the address provided above. Corporate services include marketing communications, SEO website content, ghost blogging and ghostwriting of both magazine- and full-length nonfiction.

If you want to find out more about David, he was interviewed by the Pakistani Spectator in December 2008.

Hit this link to subscribe to this blog on your Kindle.

(Special note: He’s not the David Kirkpatrick who wrote The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World, but he suggests you hit the link for a copy of the work. There has been some confusion because David blogs often about social media in general, and sometimes Facebook in particular.)

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  2. Have a nice day !

    Comment by bibomedia — February 27, 2008 @ 5:59 am

  3. You may want to look at what I posted about Perot in 1992 on that diary about Perot’s chart. It will really show you how Perot being a spoiler was a made up media myth. I just feel its important that it be put to bed. It is GOP excuse for losing, and a smear on Clinton’s wins. I’ve provided plenty of imperical data in it.

    Comment by Jay — June 23, 2008 @ 1:18 am

  4. Hi David. You posted about the Rodriguez case in Oregon before. Thought you might like to cross post this:

    http://www.blueoregon.com/2008/07/courts-giving-m.html

    Thanks!

    Chip

    Comment by Rep. Chip Shields — July 27, 2008 @ 1:15 pm

  5. Hi Mr. Kirkpatrick,

    Noticed you stopped by my page. Hope you enjoyed it.
    It certainly is an honor having someone as successful as yourself checking me out, blogospherically speaking.
    Please come again.
    Love,
    LuRain Penny
    x

    Comment by LuRain Penny — November 30, 2008 @ 8:45 pm

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  7. Comment by readnshare — March 6, 2009 @ 11:11 am

  8. Greetings!

    I produce a weekly ‘podzine’ of music and alt. science called Sundown Lounge. This week’s show, no. 200, is a New Orleans indie music showcase in honor of the Saints playing in the Super Bowl.

    Anyway, I found a Mardi Gras pic of yours via Google, and thought it made an excellent ‘album cover’ image for the episode. You’ll find the show (with credited pic, of course) on my podpage – http://www.larrywinfield.com/sundownlounge.htm.

    BTW, I included the ‘Liquid Glass’ item in the episode as well…

    Comment by Larry Winfield — February 5, 2010 @ 4:30 pm

  9. Dear David,

    I am trying to urgently get in touch with your literary agent or S&S regarding permissions for reprinting an excerpt your upcoming book. I was wondering whether you could direct me to somebody who handles these kinds of issues directly.

    Thank you,

    Bela

    bshayevich@gmail.com

    Comment by Bela — February 16, 2010 @ 1:01 pm

    • Sorry Bela, wrong David K. I’m guessing you’re looking for the author of the upcoming book on Facebook. That David Kirkpatrick is a senior editor at Fortune and I’d try the magazine first when looking to get in contact with him.

      Comment by davidkirkpatrick — February 16, 2010 @ 1:18 pm

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  11. Dear David, I just learned about the Techonomy Conf, today, Aug.4th and the end.

    Interested in the concept. I have been trying to push a related idea: edu-conomy, linking education and economy. Would like to hear from you on this.

    Please see my blog: EconomyWiseUp.com . THANKS/HarryPearle@RochesterNY

    Comment by Harry Pearle — August 4, 2010 @ 4:21 pm

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  13. Hi, nice to meet you !

    Comment by ReadersHeaven — September 22, 2010 @ 1:24 am

  14. David, hi. I’m a journalist who wants to interview you about The Facebook Effect. The article is for a national Canadian magazine with over 3 million readers. I’ve contacted the publicity department, also. They have my phone number.
    Cheers,
    Joanne, on deadlnie

    Comment by Joanne — September 30, 2010 @ 9:32 am

  15. Hello. My name is Diego Rubio and I work as a journalist for Semana, the most important Colombian magazine, with more than two million readers. I want to aask you a couple of questions about Facebook and your book. What do you say? Hope you can help me.

    Best regards,

    Diego Rubio
    drubio@semana.com
    diegoru22@hotmail.com

    Comment by Diego Rubio — October 11, 2010 @ 6:28 pm

  16. […] few weeks ago, I finished The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick. The book is an excellent account of the creation of Facebook and all the trials and tribulations […]

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  17. Hi David – are you working on a piece for CNN currently?

    Comment by Trey — May 6, 2011 @ 10:36 am

  18. Hi David,

    I have a client interested in booking you to speak this October in Las Vegas. How can I get in touch with you? I can be reached either at saulfarber [at] gmail.com or 202 – 721 -7675

    Thank you, Saul

    Comment by Saul Farber — May 17, 2011 @ 12:15 pm

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  42. Re today’s article in the NYT: Jihadist Return Is Said to Drive Attacks in Egypt:
    The horrific news stories seem persistently to miss analyzing the foundations of insurrections. In Egypt, Tunisia, and Syria, the foundation is economic bleakness for the masses. In Tunisia, a young man trying to eke out a minimalist living had his vegetables stolen by a policeman. The State-agent made this man lose all hope and he immolated himself. In Egypt, the masses gradually have become more and more unemployed, uneducated, suffering a progressive decay in ability to survive. Too many have become desperate and with nothing to lose, are willing to die hoping for a better direction. The Muslim Brotherhood was not offering a better direction but an even more restrictive authoritarian mono-religion based government, not a viable new direction. In Syria, with water tables falling, Assad gave deep water drilling rights to crony big-farm entities turning hundreds of thousands of rural farms into deserts. As the small farms became non-viable, the population moved to the cities where no jobs were to be had. Again, the population was driven to a non-viable position where its only hope was revolution: if they are to starve to death doing nothing, better to die fighting for a governmental change. In all three cases, corrupt government failed to transform a deteriorating economy that was driving its underclasses to desperation. When the masses see the demon of death, starvation hovering over their doorposts, their passover moment has been reached.

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