Dan specializes in anything related to the technology industry from explaining how to adjust settings in an office suite to explaining how a computer microprocessor caches data to more efficiently process data. From Dan's perspective, no concept is too simple or too complicated to explain.
While Dan loves computers and other technology, he is also interested in writing, the news industry, music appreciation, music theory, string instruments, film, the arts, soccer, and hockey. Often to his family's dismay, Dan's also a fan of DIY projects.
Dan graduated Cum Laude from Northern Illinois University with a major in Journalism and minors in English and Communication. During his time at NIU, he wrote as a reporter for the student newspaper.
Dan received his master's degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Journalism from Northern Illinois University in 2010. He attended on a tuition waiver and served as the graduate assistant for the broadcast Journalism program where he taught lab class. Dan also worked as a web editor and an entertainment columnist for the student newspaper during his graduate studies. Dan's graduation-required scholarly paper covered word-selection for rhetorical analysis of RIAA and EFF press releases during the music piracy explosion in the early 00s.
Dan has written hundreds of articles on electronic devices including computers, radio, speakers, and musical instruments. His long history with fixing and troubleshooting electronics is a major asset as a writer.
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