Evan Killham has been writing all over the internet since 2009. He's just as comfortable analyzing a book or film as he is helping someone swap out a hard drive or pin down an elusive feature on their Apple Watch.
His work has appeared on a variety of tech- and pop culture-centric websites, including VentureBeat, Cult of Mac, and ScreenRant. In addition to demystifying new devices and functions, he's covered news, reviewed gadgets, and performed consulting work for Novy Unlimited, a PR firm that represents independent video game developers.
Evan has been an Apple user since the original iMac G3 came out. His was blue. When he isn't writing, he's learning new skills like audio engineering, 3D modeling, and woodworking. So he's used to looking up help online.
Evan earned a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in English and Film Studies in 2003 from the University of Nebraska.
"I love to learn new things, whether it's picking up a skill or just understanding how the gadgets and stuff in my life work. So I appreciate being able to find resources that will help me out. And if I can be someone else's resource, that's even better."
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