I’m currently working as a senior editor for the excellent How-To Geek, a web site that you should absolutely be reading. We do all kinds of great pieces there on anything tech. I’ve even written some cool articles like:
- What Is the Microsoft .NET Framework, and Why Is It Installed on My PC?
- 34 Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for the Windows Command Prompt
- Why Are There So Many “Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables” Installed on My PC?
- The Pros and Cons of Windows 10’s “Fast Startup” Mode
- How to Reduce the Size of Microsoft Office Documents That Contain Images
Before that, I worked full-time as a community editor and writer for Lifehacker, another great site that focuses on software, productivity, and lifestyle. I also did some pieces over there that I’m really proud of, like:
- Beyond the Basics: Six Tips for Better Formatting in Microsoft Word
- The Best Tools Hidden in Windows’ Command Line
- Seven Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Still in College
- How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs
- Be a Better Patient: What Your Doctor Recommends When You Visit
And before that, I worked as a freelance writer on a whole bunch of computer-related books, articles, white papers, marketing papers, online technical resources, presentations, user documentation, and courseware. I’ve also done design and layout on a number of pieces, including the Microsoft Security Guide for Small Business and Bill Gates’ keynote speech on Compute Cluster Server 2003.