Hi there, I'm the Jonny Evans who writes about technology and doesn't play football, but it's nice my young namesake's doing so well at Manchester United. Since you're here I'll tell you a little about myself, if you like. I've been writing about Apple since 1999. Now I try to bring you information which is enlightening, thought-provoking, useful and interesting. Here I'm an Appleholic, but I write about a broad range of tech-topics across numerous websites and magazines in the US and UK. I was pretty flattered to win an American Society of Business Publication Editors (Azbee) Award for this blog in 2010.
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