My name is Griffin Jones. I graduated from Ohio University with a degree in computer science, decided I’d had enough of that and turned to tech journalism. In my free time I enjoy typical tech journalist activities such as spreadsheeting, cooking with my wife, listening to smooth jazz and collecting vintage computers.
I am a writer for Cult of Mac, an online tech publication with a focus on Apple. I write SEO-optimized how-to articles, review products, produce videos, record podcasts and report news. I provided key on-site coverage for Apple’s WWDC22 event at Apple Park. You can find my writing here.
I have previously worked as Marketing Director for QuickLoadz, a trailer manufacturer. I enjoyed handling projects in graphic design, video editing, software development, website management, writing ad copy, organizing trade shows, mass emailing, lead tracking and social media.
All writing is mine.
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