University at Buffalo
Windows Operating System
Computers and Computer Technology
Software and Applications
Social Media Technology
Daniel Martin is a writer and researcher with more than a decade of experience. He is a professional librarian, and an experienced tech and information literacy teacher, writer, and blogger. He has taught courses in technology and writing at the college level, developed web pages for businesses and higher educational institutions, blogged on technology topics, and written numerous how-to guides.
The owner of an internet retail business, beanesindianclothing.com, Daniel has significant hands-on knowledge in online marketing and sales. He grew up alongside the internet as a 'digital native' and is an expert in online safety and digital research based in Boolean logic.
As a professional research consultant, Daniel’s clients include market research companies, eDiscovery firms, staffing services, and digital security organizations.
I’m using a Dell Inspiron 15 5000 running Windows 10 as my main machine with a Netgear Nighthawk wireless router. My phone is an iPhone 8+ that is fully updated to iOS 13. I also have an iPad 9.7 as well as a Fitbit Flex 2, a Playstation 4 Pro, a Nintendo Switch, a Ring Video Doorbell and Samsung and Vizio Smart TVs.
After earning a Master’s of Library and Information Science from the University at Buffalo, post-graduate studies led to an advanced certificate focusing on the history of data organization and dissemination.
I truly enjoy helping people harness the power of technology to improve their lives. It is very satisfying to simplify complex concepts and help people to eliminate their frustrations when using technology. I often use the site myself when I get stumped. Lifewire is the go-to site to provide clear and clean instructions for common tech questions and I’m very proud to be part of it.
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