Bryan Chaffin is the cofounder The Mac Observer, which makes him a geek. He’s been writing about Apple, Macs, iPods, iPhones, iPads, and other technology topics since 1997. He has contributed to MacAddict and MacFormat, and he has contributed to, tech edited, and co-authored books with and for the awesome Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus. More recently, he completed his first novel, Accidental Intelligence, and is busily shopping it out to agents.
Bryan was a member of The Atomic Love Bombs when the band recorded its first CD, Let It Burn, which was released in 2009. Listen to it, it’s great. He is working on some solo material that may some day be released, but Mason has been sucking up all his time that would have otherwise been dedicated to recording.
Bryan is also a poker enthusiast, which is where the other half of this blog’s name comes from, but you can expect topics to include technology, poker, love, politics, religion, and anything else that crosses his mind.
I dare you to post that on macobserver. No comments on Apple’s anti-poaching efforts/lawsuit? You guys are so transparent.
I’m not sure what you’re trying to say, das. I wrote about that Vanity Fair piece on Monday (May 5th): Vanity Fair Profiles Samsung’s History as a Willful Copycat in Multiple Industries
I’m also not sure what you mean by accusing of being transparent. I don’t think we’ve ever claimed to be opaque or mysterious. :)