A few words on our authors

I was the only second-grader who knew that "laser" is an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation". I was also the first in my class to be able to make the Vulcan "live long and prosper" hand-sign. By third grade, I was an expert at drawing mushroom clouds, and also highly respected in the making-lightsabers-out-of-broom-handles community.

After this auspicious start to my career, I went to school to study physics, and then I went to some more school to study journalism. Now I'm a programmer, indie game developer and all-around sci-fi fan. I spend my days working with javascript, PHP and Objective-C, and I also change lots of poopy diapers. My family and I live in Humboldt County, California where we have lots of beach bonfires, and occasionally tinker with the idea of starting a drum circle.
Day job - tech reporter. Here - PC gaming maniac, reviewer, editor. The Good Wife sometimes makes me wish I was a lawyer.
I'm an important historical figure who's been doomed to write blog articles for the rest of existence. I have a stigmatism and an inclination towards pottery.
It's a balls-up in 'ere. This blog is for legless wazzocks. Blimey, it gives me the collywobbles, all this gobby opinionating and expounding. What a bunch of utter tosh.