Jeremy Glass has been writing about tech for the better part of a decade, covering everything from wearables to nanotechnology in the cannabis industry.
He specializes in Microsoft Office, cloud-based apps, the Google Suite, everything Apple, wearable technology like FitBit, and so much more. Jeremy has penned hundreds of articles for publications such as Digital Trends, Thrillist, AskMen, Men's Health, Men's Journal, Inverse, Vice, Esquire, and more.
My at-home work setup is an Apple lover's dream: a 2019 MacBook Pro, an iPhone 8, and a lovely little iPad Air. Whenever I travel or go away for the weekend, an Acer Chromebook and Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II follow along with me. I also love wearables (mostly for exercise purposes) and always have my trusty FitBit Sense on hand. Literally.
Emerson College, 2009, Writing for Film & Television
"I think we too often forget about the power at our fingertips. Literally at our fingertips! We can learn anything, go anywhere, and find out who played the tall guy in some TV commercial you saw 20 years ago. The only hard part is finding a piece of technology that can support you in the specific ways you need it to thrive."
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