Lee Bob Black is proud of an article he wrote about creativity in Hollywood and was chuffed after it was audio recorded without his permission and translated into Russian without his permission

Some of his articles have been repurposed into podcasts about skills and software engineering. Some have been repurposed into presentations about software engineers (one, two)

He interviewed poetic filmmakers Shabnam Piryaei from Iran and Sandhya Prabhat from India.

He analyzed the lyrics of two Steel Panther albums, Feel The Steel and Balls Out.

He dusts his kitchen his way

After attending the Digital Book World conference, he wrote about lessonsopportunities, and innovations.

Celebrating the female spirit during Women’s History Month, he wrote about organizations empowering women in technology and business. He also compiled lengthy lists of original and inspiring quotes by women and defining moments about women in business

He interviewed a philanthropic CEO and an empathetic CEO. 

He has written about reality being virtual, myths that prevent the higher education industry reaching its full potential, and listening to Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophies

He enjoyed writing for a multi-million dollar video-conferencing project but was bummed when it failed one year after launch. 

He has written articles for freelancers about digital skills, profitable habits, and asking for a raise.

Being monolingual didn't stop him writing about choosing a language to learn for international business and the benefits of learning another language. Never having been to mainland China didn't stop him writing about preparing for your first business trip to China and then what to expect while doing business deals on Chinese soil.

In 1991, he rarely smiled

As a literary gun for hire (well, a copywriter), he has written about a wide variety of things, including: 

  • The Dean Martin Show. 
  • The US Air Force’s Man In Space Soonest (MISS) program of 1958.
  • Brooklyn Bushwick hipsters. 
  • Men’s rain gear.
  • Italian cooking. 
  • 1980s women’s clothing inspired by TV shows set in the ’80s, such as “The Goldbergs and “The Carrie Diaries.” 
  • Formula One racecars. 
  • Fragrances for men, including Chanel, Calvin Klein, and others. 
  • The Louisiana State Tigers. 
  • The Black and White Ball, a masquerade ball thrown by Truman Capote at NYC’s Plaza Hotel in 1966. 
  • Fly-fishing. 
  • Zombies. 
  • Menswear inspired by the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos).
  • Classic/vintage cars such as Mercedes-Benzs, Rolls-Royces, Plymouths, Chevrolets, and Cadillacs. 
  • Wangari Maathai, the first African woman, and the first environmentalist, to win the Nobel Peace Prize. 
  • Brazilian instruments such as cuícas (drums), agogôs (bells), and shekeres (rattles).
  • Travel games for kids. 
  • Kids clothes and gear for winter.