I asked for a car, I got a computer. Whether or not Ferris Bueller and I were born under the same bad sign has yet to be determined. I am a 25-year-old graduate student and Editor at Large for DailyTech.com. I began writing on the internet in late 2000 after a good friend of mine introduced me to Anand Shimpi from AnandTech.com. Three years later I had worked my way up to become the senior editor for the site. In early 2005, Anand and I worked hard to determine where a new website would show the most promise. The AnandTech news section was pulling a million page hits per month or so, but as ardent fans of Slashdot and Engadget, both of us knew there was a large market for tech news. DailyTech LLC was founded January 1, 2006 with new investors and the rest is essentially history. I currently live in Chicago while I finish up my advanced degree at the University of Illinois, Chicago. As an undergraduate, I wrote several analytical price engines – one of which is still publicly available. U.S. and European merchants also use much of my software and a portion of the royalties I receive from them goes into supporting DailyTech.
When I am not writing articles or writing code, I am almost always reading. As always, I am reachable at email@example.com.