Anthony Clarke – Editor
Anthony holds a masters in Journalism and has been an avid creative writer since his teens. Anthony has got his work featured in a number of publications including Dig Boston, Scout Somerville, Content Standard, STACK, and Spare Change News. As a journalist he has been known for his work on homelessness, local politics, transportation, Latino and immigration issues, and music. As a blogger and press writer, he has worked on topics like religion, local business, video games, social media, and higher education. He was a prizewinner in the Eighth Annual Kingston-Mann Student Research Awards and received his MFA in Creative Non-Fiction from Pine Manor College’s Solstice Creative Writing Program. While he still enjoys researching and writing articles, he enjoys working with a team of writers even more.
Matthew has a Bachelor in Marketing Management from Utrecht (the Netherlands) and has a lot of working experience with international companies. He has worked in communications within companies and is very experienced with data analysis and reporting. Because of that experience, he enjoys reporting on the life of technology companies and the entrepreneurs who run them. His favorite stories show how an idea can become a completed product, available for widespread use. Matthew’s personal favorite pieces of technology are his Surface Pro and his GoPro (which he uses while cycling on the weekends).
Ruben has been creating and managing content for over a decade. He has extensive experience developing marketing, corporate communications and public relations materials in a variety of fields including finance, banking, human resources, tourism, education, and NGO administration. His specialty is making sense of the complexities of large companies. Ruben’s personal favorite technology is Tile, because he is always losing his phone, his wallet, and/or his keys.
Linda writes on a number of topics in technology. Because she has been a programmer during her teens and understands software and databases at its core, Linda is well-qualified to write about anything technology and particularly in software and related fields. She also has a knowledge of the gaming community, its quirks and its passions. Linda’s personal favorite piece of technology are her bone conduction headphones, which she uses every day during her morning run.