Since 2005, Zatz Not Funny’s beat has been the connected home and digital lifestyle — exploring digital media (even when it’s analog) and the tools used to consume it. Beyond industry news, we also aim to provide analysis and practical tutorials. We’re consistently acknowledged as a top tech blog and remain active in the community – participating in various symposia and events such as CES, The Cable Show, and DEMO. In addition to our work here, we produce timely and relevant white papers, ebooks, and research reports, in addition to select blog content having been syndicated to various mainstream web destinations such as USA Today and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Dave is an early adopter who must get his hands on all sorts of gear. He’s particularly focused on time-shifting and place-shifting technologies, as well as newer methods of acquiring content. In addition to ZNF, you might also catch some of his thoughts at other online destinations such as The Verge, Engadget, and PC Magazine, while his Twitter soundbites have been recommended by the likes of ZDNet and the NCTA. Beyond his public musings, Dave has successfully assisted a variety of entities in the development, operation, and marketing of cutting edge technology. His opinions do not represent those of his employers.
Mari’s tech career started when she became the default “IT guy” in her first job out of college. Since leaving help-desk duties to the experts, she’s focused on trends in technology as a consultant, writer and at-home gadget tinkerer. She launched and edited Motorola’s corporate Media Experiences 2 Go blog for four years, and currently has a regular gig with Light Reading, in addition to taking on various freelance projects. She’s a sucker for anything in the digital media space, is happy to review gadgets, and covers interesting happenings in cable and telecom. Her current business card reads: Writer/Cable Geek/Gadget Freak. Find her on Twitter at @msilbey.
Adam passionately tracks down newly released technology. Despite friends mocking his obsession, he’s always willing to provide customized purchasing advice to meet their needs. Adam also enjoys confusing his wife and 3 cats with new gadgets around the house. When not writing for ZNF, you can find Adam on Twitter at adammiarka or check out his attempt at photography on Flickr. You might even find him and his wife running an urban race in your city, just look for the Hustlin Hobbits.
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