Roger Sinasohn "is not afraid to write provocative, controversial posts with consistency and panache."
-- Kristen Darguzas, ParentDish
Everything Roger Sinasohn writes is influenced and nuanced by who he is and what he has done. With nearly thirty years' experience in the computer industry, an ongoing love of outdoor adventure, and a work history that includes the worlds of music, antiques and collectibles, and accounting, Roger's perspective on every topic is patently unique.

Although he has been writing his entire life, it was in 2006 that Roger began writing professionally, for what was to become ParentDish, AOL's Parenting website. He left ParentDish in 2009 and joined the cast of Strollerderby, "the mother of all parenting blogs". He has also written for AOL's holiday-themed website, Holidash, and for Momversation. He currently writes for Safari Dad, a website that explores the greatest adventure of all, parenting.

In addition to writing, Roger has been active in building online communities since 1985, including working for the Byte Information eXchange and CompuServe Infomation Service, and being an active participant in many other forums. He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Topics of particular interest include all aspects of parenting, education, especially public schools and the use of technology in education, and civil rights, especially marriage equality.