Technology Bloggers has two different types of writer: guest bloggers and editors.
We aim to ensure all our writers are respected professionals or academics who have good knowledge of their field. Guest bloggers write one-off or occasional posts, whereas editors play a more active role in developing and maintaining the blog.
If you’re interested in being part of our journey, send a (short) email to writers (at) technologybloggers.org
Dr Jonny Hankins
Jonny is a multi-talented globetrotter currently working towards a PhD. He also works as a Foreign Correspondent for the Bassetti Foundation, an Italian organisation founded to help educate and promote the use of responsible innovation.
Jonny is currently on the editorial board of the Journal of Responsible Innovation and has published a book.
Previously Jonny has worked as a translator and a school teacher in Italy. He is a keen musician who has performed in various productions.
Jonny joined Technology Bloggers in July 2011 and has written over 100 articles since then. He gained editor status in September 2013, and has been writing a weekly article each Thursday since December 2011.
Christopher Roberts MSc
I’m a twenty-something year old who’s passionate about science, technology and the environment.
I enjoy racing and follow Formula 1 with a keen interest! I love the technology, the strategy and the personalities of the sport.
Travelling is something else I enjoy. I’ve set foot more than once on four continents and make a conscious effort to push myself out of the comfort zone to experience new things.
Blogging has been a great way to develop my writing skills, as well as providing experience in coding and design.
My goal is to popularise critical thinking, encourage responsible innovation, and excite you about the world around us and what the future holds.
I really am trying to make a difference 🙂
Technology Bloggers used to use a different system, with contributors, authors, editors and admins. All writers appearing on this page have written for the blog since the move towards the current system. You can see the old our writers page here.