I write about technology and how it impacts daily life.
The difference between a technologist and technician is simply a matter of the degree of understanding (some would say obsession, but I won’t quibble over words) of the underlying product. As the former, I like to take things apart in order to see their innermost secrets and then put them back together. At first, they tended to not work quite right again. These days, I’m much better at it.
I’ve realized something in recent months. I needed to find a way to make all this hobby researching useful to someone besides myself. After a few false starts, I came across the idea of writing articles that can make a difference in the lives of real people.
That’s the short version of how I swerved into freelance journalism.
You can now find me, if you know where to look, splashing around on the private beach of an island I bought in the Florida Keys backcountry. Don’t get too excited. It lacks utilities, freshwater, and structures other than a wobbly dock. The only way to get there is a 15 minute boat ride. I guess one could also parachute in as well but that seems more trouble than it’s worth. Right now the place mainly serves as a refuge to recharge my creative batteries so I can run back to civilization and bang on the keyboard some more.
If you are in need of a budding wordsmith who can make even the most seemingly complex bit of technology easily understandable to any reader, I’m your man. Drop a line and let’s talk about how I can help.
I found that social media and myself do not mix. However, I do enjoy connecting with people on LinkedIn.
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