Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Youtube. The Internet is changing the way we communicate, work, and live. And that is not referred to big players alone. Think about blogs that are already competing head to head with mainstream media; or people that are generating thousands of dollars with personal websites. You can reach literally the whole world without leaving your bedroom.
That is what Daily Bits is about. From software to Web 2.0, from online marketing to social networks and open source. In simple words, your daily dose of Internet and technology!
Daniel Scocco, Founder: Born in Brazil, Daniel has lived and studied in several places around the world, including Italy and Chile. After receiving a degree in International Economics and working for a year within a multinational company, he decided to quit and pursue entrepreneurial projects on the Internet. When he is not blogging or involved with these projects, he likes to write in the third person about himself.
Andy Merrett, Previous Editor: A born and bred Englishman, Andy is married and lives in south-west London. Previously a manager for Shiny Media with projects like HDTV UK and iPhonic
Arnold Zafra, Previous writer: Arnold is a well known blogger in topics covering technology, social media, social networks and gadgets.
Stephen Ward, Previous Writer: Stephen has been doing web development and online marketing for six years, including extensive work with search engine optimization and LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) development. He was educated at the University of Virginia, where he received a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in computer science. Project Paradox is his personal blog.
Skellie Wag, Previous Writer: Skellie has seven years of experience creating web content and online marketing. Besides her work at Daily Bits, she writes over at Skelliewag.org — a blog about creating better content. She is currently studying Communications and Political Science in Melbourne, Australia.
Devindra Hardawar, Previous Writer: Devindra has been writing about technology for several years, starting with a column for the Amherst College student newspaper, where he also majored in Philosophy. In addition to Daily Bits, he writes about technology at The Far Side of Technology, a blog dedicated to technology of all sorts, from video games and computing, to the upcoming Singularity.