I’m a former personal technology columnist at the Wall Street Journal, attempting to help people make sense of the constantly changing technology landscape. Before that, I went to school at the University of Virginia, where I studied American Government. After, like, a week of studying American Government, I decided American Government was not for me. So I started writing. I worked with David Pogue at the New York Times, wrote for PCMag and the Washington Post, and was a Deputy Editor at The Verge and a senior writer at WIRED. It’s all much more fun than American Government.