If you’ve never seen me before, hey! What’s up? My name is Tom Richardson, however you've most likely come across my online alias: Tom Rich. I'm mainly known for being a massive technology nerd, and I run a tech-centric YouTube channel where I share my geeky opinions with the world.
My main skill set lies in both videography and video editing. With that being said I also write regularly for Redmond Pie, a leading technology news source. In addition to video production and technology journalism, I dabble in front-end web development. Of course I'm still very much learning, but I have experience with HTML, CSS and JQuery. Advocate of Responsive Web Design (try scaling your window!).
Due to the nature of the industry, I regularly change around and develop the projects that I am working on. I'll try to keep this as up to date as possible! Below are the main focus for my online work.
My biggest project continues to be my YouTube channel, where I cover the latest and greatest in consumer electronics. I also work in conjunction many different companies, in order to share their product(s) with my growing audience. If you'd like to submit your product for coverage, feel free to contact me.
I'm also currently a regular contributor to Redmond Pie, a global technology blog covering Apple, Microsoft and the Web. I produce video reviews for the website, and share my opinions on the latest and greatest in consumer electronics with readers. If you're looking for how to accomplish something related to iOS or Android, or just curious about whether the new iPhone is up to scratch; there's a good chance we've covered it over on the RedmondPieTV channel.
Technically Not is my own website. This is where I share my honest, uncensored opinions regarding almost anything that happens in the technological space. If you're moderately interested in what I have to say, this is a good place to start reading. If you'd like to contact me regarding anything related to Technically Not, please email Tom@TechnicallyNot.com.