AddictiveTips focuses on helping users find free and simple solutions to their everyday problems. Since 2008 when we launched, we undertook the task to sort the good stuff from the bad, for our readers.
We aim to give both experienced and budding visitors a voice, and encourage them to create better and useful experiences online. We wouldn’t be able to do that without our great team.
OUR PEOPLE MAKE US WHO WE ARE. AWESOME.
Fatima gets an adrenaline rush from figuring out how technology works, and how to manipulate it. A well-designed app (in terms of UI/UX) or simply something that solves a common everyday problem, can really make her day.
On top of these all, Fatima is also an aspiring author and a fan of zombie flicks, good and bad.
Diego is a copywriter and editor who bounces back and forth between Amsterdam, Madrid and the US.
A self-proclaimed connoisseur of miscellany and minutiae, Diego delights in sharing his experience centered on information security (+ how to use VPNs) for a privacy-conscious audience who needs it more than ever.
Derrik is a Linux blogger and a person who appreciates the open source technologies and all they mean to society.
He loves talking about all things Linux, and has been using the platform both as a hobby and professionally for more than 10 years. As hard as it may sound, Derrik also strongly believes in making Linux fun for everyone.
David is a freelance PR consultant and writer currently based in Taiwan. He has worked with a number of high profile tech companies and has been writing about information security, privacy, and VPNs for several years.
When not delving into the tech world, David enjoys trying to learn mandarin, hiking, and family time.
Alex has spent the last 15 years building online businesses. On AddictiveTips he’s trying to build a platform that empowers consumers looking to purchase tech products and services, or to answer their specific question in the tech field.
Alex inadvertently makes life harder for himself by being a perfectionist.
A deep thinker in a modern world, Stefan has been in the publishing industry for more than a decade. In the last couple years, Stefan grew more aware of people’s disregard of privacy risks online — needless to say he’s trying to change that.
Stefan is an advocate of keeping personal details, personal.