William Murphy – Founder and “Editor in Chief”
I’m your typical “gadget guy”. I’ve had a love of technology all my life. I was the guy everyone called to come over and program the VCR clock or help you set up a new TV and sound system. Right around the year 2000 a friend encouraged me to buy a barebones computer from Tiger Direct and he helped me assemble it. Ever since then I’ve been hooked. I’ve now built several computers over the years but this blog is not just about computers. It’s about whatever catches my interest. I would consider myself moderately technical in that I’m not a programmer or network admin…I work in technology sales which gives me some excuses to read and research tech. I hope anyone that reads this will enjoy my reviews and I will try to keep this interactive when possible. I’m also a striving photographer and you can see my work for that here.
Feel free to leave comments and tell me how I’m doing.
Andrew Dencklau – Contributor
Andrew is a certified A+ technician who owns a local computer repair shop in Clarion, IA. He likes technology, comics, and Star Wars. He has also built and designed several websites for local businesses in his area and has become a social media expert. If you need your computer repaired and live in the Clarion area visit his website for more information.
Josh McKee – Contributor
I was born and raised in SanDiego. I love this city so much I have never left. I’m just an ordinary guy trying to break out in the tech news media. I have been a true geek at heart for as long as I can remember, I grew up with Microsoft, but was introduced to Apple when the first iPhone came out. At that point I fell in love with the iPhone and all things apple
John Seiley - Contributor
A San Diego native, John Seiley has enjoyed writing from an early age and studied journalism and graphic design in college. He became interested in reviewing consumer products as a teenager and covered early DVD releases from Disney. Since using his first iPad, he’s been discussing online the way mobile technology is rapidly changing the world.
Tracy Schultze – Photography Advisor
Though not an active contributor Tracy is my go-to expert for all photography questions. Check out his page for some of his photography and advice: www.tmschultze.com