A large part of tackling new viruses is figuring out how they work. To do that, you need to reverse-engineer it. The National Security Agency (NSA) obviously must do this […]
Guy McDowell has been cited in scholarly articles, nominated for a columnist award, and is read by thousands every day. A former RCAF and college instructor, Guy is driven to help everyone discover that they are masters of technology. You just don’t know it yet.
His journey through technology always starts with two questions – “Why?” and “How?”. It has served him well through decades of taking apart, and sometimes fixing, things like: radios, computers, phones, houses from three different centuries, power tools, small engines, large aircraft, satellite systems, alternative energy systems, oil and gas production systems, and his own brain.
Guy always fixed the aircraft, mostly fixed the other things, and is still working on his brain. Join Guy as he weaves together technical writing, prose, and humour on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and www.guymcdowell.com.