SEO article writing, product reviews, whitepapers, technical manuals technical discussions, and military fantasy, and rewriting.
Computer design, online gaming, Japanese animation, and snacks from around the world.
So many snacks.
An IT degree stuffed with as much wishful writing and art electives as possible--and then some!
Reviews and previews of games for consoles and PC. Discussions of gameplay tactics and techniques, such as in-depth class or playstyles. Expertise in healing on Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games since 2001.
Michael is an Information Systems Technician by trade, but grew up in technology and was tinkering long before he was able to receive a paycheck. He grew up building computers to play games and watch anime in the late 90's.
More importantly, he grew up trying to get rid of viruses and fix mistakes that he made before his parents found out. With 15 years in the IT industry, those days of tinkering have long since paid off.
His specific career is in system administration, with military experience that took him into Network Administration, cryptography, transmission systems technology (think antennas, military radios, and ships with big communications gear). In his civilian career, he does everything from small business system design to working as a tier 2 technician for technical support companies and ISPs.
His hobby remains gaming and keeping a system that can handle the latest games. This keeps him up to date with computer hardware, viruses, operating systems, collaboration apps to stay competitive in raiding, and blogging.
News, reviews, and upcoming events. Most of Michael's articles cover consumer electronics, cyber security, cloud services, and big data.
Gaming industry news, new game reviews, gaming industry controversies (such as lootbox legislation and everything happening with Fallout 76) are just a few options.
Blogging for multiple industries and interests. Main blogging focus includes: online gaming, computer components, cyber security, internet culture, and internet service provider discussions.
Secondary blogging interests include: Japanese animation (anime), Japanese collectible toys/dolls/displays/models, bartending, cooking, haute couture.
Blogging ventures started by clients: Personal injury law, veterans affairs claims and appeals, real estate, travel, and manufacturing.