In early 2008, after one of our many Apple discussions, we (Dan and Aaron) decided that we wanted to document and share our thoughts, hints, tips, and secrets on using Apple products with anyone interested.
We agreed that the best way to do this would be through a website that posted new information and provided a way for people to communicate to help share other hints and tips. Since everything we hoped to talk about would be related to Macs and other Apple products we combined “Mac” with “Universe” to find Maciverse.
Maciverse.com is a site dedicated to all things Apple and those that use Apple products. Here at Maciverse, we’ll share interesting ways to get the most out of your Macs, iPhones, iPods, AppleTV, and anything else Apple decides to make. Additionally we’ll comment on current Apple news and products.
Maciverse.com also includes a Community Forum where we invite all Apple fans to come and discuss the latest happenings, or ask questions about their computers, phones, or media devices. The Maciverse Forums are the best place to post questions to receive quick help from other community members.
Meet Our Staff
Dan Hinckley – Founding editor and key contributor to Maciverse.com. Having owned a number of Apple products over the years, Dan does his best to help new users find out more about the latest and greatest applications and hardware that Apple produces. He is an experienced IT consultant and loves the web.
Aaron – With considerable Mac experience and general IT knowledge, Aaron brings new and interesting articles about how to do more with your Mac. He’s an expert at the inner workings of Apple products and his tips can help solve even the most difficult problems.
Yi – Described as a gadget fanatic and is often seen with an iPhone in one hand and a Canon 50D in the other. Spends most of her free time going through her never-ending RSS feeds. Besides the geeky tech stuff, Yi also enjoys traveling, collecting sneakers, admiring t-shirts and trying to fit in some tennis into her busy schedule. Her Apple products include a Macbook, iPhone, iPod and hopfully an iPad soon (If they ever stop selling out).
Brian Patterson – Brian is a new Apple Cult convert, having just bought the MacBook Air in November of 2010. An IT consultant by trade, he focuses on Search Engine Optimization, Reputation Management, and other cool stuff on the interwebs.
James Mowery – James Mowery is a passionate technology journalist, entrepreneur, and Apple enthusiast who has written for various top-tier publications like Mashable, Techi, and CMSWire. Follow him on Twitter: @JMowery.
Tyler Hurst – Storyteller. Inspirator. Opens bananas like a monkey. Minimalist runner. Eliticist. Have my name on my shirt. Knows all the words to Baby Got Back.