Chamberlain was found dead in his New York apartment in late July 2008.
More DetailsHide DetailsBased on the level of his body's decomposition, the coroner estimated that he had died on July 25. It took several weeks to find his relatives, who, aside from occasional phone calls or emails, had not seen him for more than 20 years. No official cause of death has been listed.
After Pseudo.com folded in 2000, he briefly became a political blogger for CNN, though at the time of his death he moved away from online media and was creating metal sculptures with an art combine named the Madagascar Institute.
A highpoint of his career came as a blogger-correspondent at the 2000 Republican and Democratic national conventions; he later donated the keyboard and webcam he used to cover those events to the Smithsonian Institution.
More DetailsHide DetailsUsing a character from Judge Dredd as an inspiration, he changed his name to Cal Chamberlain and hosted a web based television show named =JUDGECAL's= High Weirdness.
In 1994, Chamberlain began blogging with Pseudo.com.
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