|Born||December 22, 1960|
Mark Frauenfelder (born November 22, 1960) is a blogger, illustrator, and journalist. He is editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine and co-editor of the collaborative weblog Boing Boing. Along with his wife, Carla Sinclair, he founded the bOING bOING print zine  in 1988, where he acted as editor until the print version folded in 1997. There his work was discovered by Billy Idol, who consulted Frauenfelder for his Cyberpunk album. While designing bOING bOING and co-editing it with Sinclair, Frauenfelder became an editor at Wired from 1993–1998 and the "Living Online" columnist for Playboy magazine from 1998 to 2002. He is the co-editor of The Happy Mutant Handbook (1995, Riverhead Books), and was the author and illustrator of Mad Professor (2002, Chronicle Books). He is the author and illustrator of World's Worst (2005, Chronicle Books) and The Computer: An Illustrated History (2005, Carlton Books). He is the author of Rule the Web: How to Do Anything and Everything on the Internet—Better, Faster, Easier (2007, St. Martin's Griffin), and Made by Hand (2010, Portfolio). He has been interviewed on the Colbert Report in March 2007 and in June 2010.
On June 21, 2003, Mark Frauenfelder and Carla Sinclair, along with their two young daughters, decided to move from Los Angeles to Rarotonga, an island in the South Pacific, where they lived for five months. The Island Chronicles is a website about the adventures.
- Mark Frauenfelder's author page at St. Martin's Press
- Profile of Mark Frauenfelder, "Sharing tech's whimsical side". Pham, Alex (December 2, 2007), Los Angeles Times.
- Mark Frauenfelder at the Internet Movie Database
- Biography, from O'Reilly
- Mark Frauenfelder's homepage
- Mad Professor
- The Island Chronicles
- Interview on mbr:points
- An Interview with the creator of Boing Boing
- History of The Future - Selections from the Print Zine 1989-1994
- Audio/Video media
- Mark Frauenfelder on The Colbert Report, Season 3, Episode 30. (March 6, 2007)
- Boing Boing: The Making of a Media Empire on BNETvideo, official YouTube channel of BNET. (December 19, 2007)
- Mark Frauenfelder's "Switch" commercial for Apple
- Mark Frauenfelder interviewed on the TV show Trianglation on the TWiT.tv network