An unrependent technology nerd by nature and passionate gadget freak, Elizabeth has provided pieces for content writing sites in a wide-range of topics including: creating a website, rack-mounting a personal computer, how to recover lost data, etc.
Her main areas of expertise within this space are computer and internet security, areas in which she has extensive knowledge and is passionate about. Currently she devotes a section on her personal blog with posts pertaining to security with respect to providing how-tos on securing web sites against content theft and hacking. She is also working on a series of articles involving protecting mobile devices as well.
Another area of passion for Elizabeth is providing help and guidance to fellow writers and bloggers with her working knowlege of copyright law, DMCA rules and Creative Commons best practices. She is in no way a lawyer however she strongly feels that it is every writer's and artist's responisibility to have a working knowledge of the law especially if one is keeping their own blogs and websites. She is currently editing a slide set that provides an overview of US Copyright law in simple terms. She hopes to make that available soon. Image and content theft have become important issues within the last few years and interest of this area has doubled within the last year and a half. In light of this Elizabeth is working on multiple ways of getting her messages across to a wider audience: a guidebook, topic slide sets and accompanying blog post series are currently in the works and they will provide ways blog owners and webmasters can protect their investments against those who wish to steal their content and images, namely unscruplous internet marketers and others.