aNewDomain.net — Based in San Francisco, our senior editor Eric Searleman has worked as a newspaper reporter, a fiction editor, a comic book artist — and even a rocker. It’s true. We confirmed it. As an editor, he’s worked on children’s illustrated books for Immedium, including Animals Don’t, So I Won’t and The Treehouse Heroes: The […]
anewdomain.net launched one year ago today — 11.11.11 — here’s our team roster. Happy Birthday, team. It’s aNewDomain.net with me, John C. Dvorak, Jerry Pournelle and 70 of the most amazing IT pros, engineers and tech pros in the world.
Meet Richard Hay. He’s covering science and other edgy topics for us here at aNewDomain.net. He also has a day job as a staff engineer in networking testing at Google …
Meet Chris Poirier. He led our site redesign and launch earlier this fall, hangs on the gaming beat and is on our social team.
Based in San Francisco, Fred Lewis is a computer graphics artist whose credits include studio features and national television commercials. Fred is a senior contributor at aNewDomain. Contact Fred atFred@aNewDomain.net.
Based in Indianapolis, David McCabe is a senior editor at aNewDomain.nett. He is a Microsoft Windows MVP — but he has a soft spot for the Mac. Email him questions, tips or ideas at DavidMc@aNewDomain.net. Follow him and his show at @homeservershow. He is +David McCabe on Google+
Meet Mike Rothman. Another teamBYTE vet, he served on the original launch team of aNewDomain.net. Based in San Francisco, you’ll find him at Silicon Valley events …
Meet exec ed Joy Ma. A vet tech editor, Joy goes way back with us. Gina and Joy worked on the gaming pub E2, the 1990s media play that created E3. A runaway, accidental hit : ) Startup Junkies Unite. Email Joy at Joy@anewdomain.net.
Larry Press is a professor of information systems at California State University at Dominguez Hills and our founding senior editor covering IPTV and Windows 8 news and analysis.
Based in Vermont, Jeremy Lesniak is managing editor and VP of tech here at aNewDomain.net. In addition to writing and editing, he’s a regular on our Mat Lee’s Yet Another Tech Show (YATs) and keeps the wheels greased up around here. Interested in writing? Contact Jeremy …