At the end of 2009 I was fortunate enough to take over for Chris as Editor of Web.AppStorm. I’ve seen the site grow a lot since then and along with it so have our writers and the whole wide world of web applications. It’s been one of the best experiences I’ve had so far and I’m happy to announce another talented individual will share in that experience — Matthew Guay.
I am handing over the reigns to Matthew, which many of you know from his past posts, and will be heading over to work with Envato’s marketplaces full-time. Matthew has been writing for the AppStorm network for quite awhile now and is a very talented individual, attending school and even running his own blog — Techinch.
So, rest assured, Web.AppStorm is in good hands. Thank you all for the great experience, I’ll still be around here and there so feel free to say hi. Now I’ll hand the show over to Matthew for a quick introduction. Let’s give Matthew a big warm welcome!
I’m Matthew Guay, the new editor of Web.AppStorm. Over the past several years, I’ve written hundreds of articles at a number of sites, including most of the AppStorm sites. I’ve enjoyed contributing to the team, and am now very excited to be directing this site as we continue covering the latest apps and find innovative uses for webapps we already know and love.
Webapps are some of the more exciting developments in tech today, since they can be used on any platform. Windows, Mac, Linux, and any of the zillions of mobile platforms today, all work great with the latest webapps. It seems like we’re using webapps more and more, and even some of the more exciting desktop and mobile apps today tie into great webapps. Webapps are the thread that ties everything together today, so stay tuned to keep up with all the webapp goodness we discover. We’ve got an exceptional team of writers at AppStorm, and I’m always excited to see what they write.
The most important part about any site is its readers. We write for you, and want to make sure you enjoy what we’re writing. If you have any tips or recommendations, feel free to let us know in the comments or send us an email from the contact form. And if you’d like to keep up with me, I’m @maguay on Twitter. Looking forward to the future of Web.AppStorm, and let’s make Web.AppStorm the best resource for webapp reviews and tutorials on the web!