Brad Moon

Writer

Education

University of Western Ontario

Expertise

E-reader technologies

Kindle

Nook

Introduction

  • Regular contributor to Forbes, primarily covering Apple gear as well as reviewing accessories, gadgets, and consumer electronics.
  • Former weekly Winnipeg Free Press technology/gadget columnist.
  • Background in business and software development.
  • Member of the Professional Writer’s Association of Canada. 

Experience

Brad Moon was a writer for Lifewire covering eReaders and eBooks. Moon is an award-winning writer, a regular contributor to Wired.com, Forbes.com, Shaw Media and InvestorPlace Media, a former weekly Winnipeg Free Press technology/gadget columnist and member of the Professional Writer’s Association of Canada (PWAC). 

Articles written by Moon have been published, linked to or referenced by ABC News, The New Yorker, MSN Money, Boing Boing, Life Hacker, Gizmodo, USA Today, The Huffington Post and numerous other media outlets and websites, including Geek DadWired.comForbes.comShaw Media, and InvestorPlace Media 

After spending six years working for a leading Canadian business school, followed by 12 years with a software development company, Moon launched his own freelance writing company in 2005.

Education

Brad Moon has a BA in Geology from the University of Western Ontario.
 

Lifewire and Dotdash

Lifewire is a Top 10 technology information website, as rated by comScore, a leading internet measurement company. We reach more than 10 million readers per month with our trusted, clear, and actionable answers to your most pressing technology questions.

Dotdash's vibrant brands help over 100 million users each month find answers, solve problems, and get inspired. Dotdash is among the largest and fastest growing publishers online, and has won over 80 awards in the last year alone, including Digiday's 2020 Publisher of the Year. Dotdash brands include Verywell, Investopedia, The Balance, The Spruce, Simply Recipes, Serious Eats, Byrdie, Brides, MyDomaine, Lifewire, TripSavvy, Liquor.com, TreeHugger and Thoughtco.

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