About Our Contributors
At Techcitement, we have many contributors who make the site run. These are our most frequent and profound writers (and one editor).
About Justin Davis
Justin Davis is one of the co-founders of Techcitement and acts as the editor-in-chief for the site, which is ironic because he's likely the least tech savvy/aware person here. He also wrote a monthly restaurant review column for The A.V. Club Austin from 2010 to 2011, and he regularly performs in and directs improv theater. That means he's ready for anything. Yes, even that.
About Mordechai Osdoby
One of the co-founders of Techcitement, Mordechai is a man whose obsession with tech once led his wife to refer to a laptop as "the other woman".
About Jon Clinkenbeard
In addition to being Techcitement's Gaming Editor, Jon Clinkenbeard is also an actor and comedian living in New York. He's the founder of Chew York and Dark Little Stories, and he's co-author of The Pirate Treasure of the Himalayas. Jon regularly performs improvised theater around town and you've probably seen him on that show you watch.
About Matt Algren
Matt is a self-taught tinkerer who's fallen madly in love with social media and neato Android stuff. He writes on an eight-year-old computer that constantly freezes up on him, leading him to teach the neighborhood kids many new swear words when he has his windows open. He's probably eating chocolate ice cream in his home in Southwest Ohio right now. It's delicious.
About Yoni Gross
Avid tech enthusiast and Android fanboy, Yoni is the host of the Techcitement Podcast and author of the monthly column Voice of Objectivity. He also writes the occasional companion column Voice of Subjectivity, for when he disagrees with himself.
About Tim Twelves
Originally from the dirtiest parts of London, UK. Currently resident in the sunny, breezy, foggy San Francisco Bay Area. Comic Book Artist, writer, sometime musician. Carpenter. Frequently designer.
About Daniela Weiss-Bronstein
Dani is a mom of three who dabbles in everything from tech to cake decorating. By day she writes, makes food, and cleans the house, but by night ... she has always wanted to be a superhero.
About Mordy Gilden
When not blogging about tech, Mordy Gilden is a filmmaker and an animator. A self proclaimed mobile enthusiast, Mordy considers every "Can a cell phone do that?" as a personal challenge. Also a moderator for the film making forum DVXUser.com, camera nut, and all around nice guy.
About Paul Hurwitz
Paul is product manager at a software company in Massachusetts and an all-around technology geek. He also enjoys being outdoors and on his bike, so he can't claim to be a complete geek.
About Rick Diehl
Stuck in the worst excesses of 1970’s kitsch, Rick Diehl spent 20 years working in comic book stores across America before diving into the world of high technology by going to work in Gateway’s IT department. Discovering that Gateway and technology didn't have as much in common as he hoped, a sadder but wiser Diehl now works as the primary textbook buyer at a well-known university. Diehl spends his time bouncing between, work, family, ill-defined plans to conquer the world, and writing about politics, technology, and the weirder corners of popular culture.
About Meghan Wolff
Meghan is a teacher, improviser, and reluctant Minnesotan. In the world of technology, she loves space, education, the environment, and people doing absurd things. In the world of people, she loves improv, books, alternative sports, and people doing absurd things.
About Tom Wyrick
Tom Wyrick is network manager for a steel fabrication company by day, and owner of Wyrick Consulting, an on-site PC and Mac service business. He's recently been told he "has more computer power than some 3rd. world countries" at home.